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WDBJ7 ReporterA professor at Radford University who teaches courses on criminal justice finds himself in trouble with the law. The back story is that on December 22, three nights before Christmas, Radford Police received a call that a side door at someone's home on...
Governor Bob McDonnell issued the following statement today after signing HB1941 which adds several new compounds to the list defined as synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic stimulants. “Illegal drugs continue to infect our communities. Drug...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana lawmakers are advancing a bill that would make it illegal to possess or deal "lookalike" synthetic drugs similar to those known as "bath salts" and other nicknames. The House Criminal Code Committee voted unanimously...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice
Glendale is partnering with a local nonprofit to fill the void left by the downsizing of youth and family services offered by City Hall due to ongoing budget constraints. The nonprofit All for Health, Health for All already operates three clinics in...
Tags: Family, Rentals, Substance Abuse, Google Inc., Salvia
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana state agencies would have more power to suspend the licenses of businesses caught selling synthetic drugs known as "bath salts" and other nicknames under proposals moving through the Legislature. State senators on...
A former Deutsche Bank executive has filed a suit against the Los Angeles Police Department, alleging that two officers dragged him to a motel last year and severely beat him when he tried to escape. Brian C. Mulligan, a resident of La Cañada Flintridge,...
An Aberdeen woman arrested after a synthetic drug bust at Skeleton Key gallery in August was sentenced Wednesday to prison. Sherri M. Bauer, 40, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of with intent to distribute synthetic cannabis and one count...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Synthetic Marijuana, Fines, Punishment, Groton
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana legislators are again trying to toughen state laws that prohibit businesses from selling synthetic drugs known as "bath salts" and other nicknames. The state Senate's Criminal Law Committee on Tuesday advanced a bill...
Tags: Sales, Crime, Law and Justice, Business
L.A. NOWA former executive at Deutsche Bank filed suit Wednesday against the Los Angeles Police Department, alleging that he was severely beaten last year by two officers, including one with a history of "threats, abductions and assaults." Brian C. Mulligan, who....
The 21-year-old college student allegedly told detectives that he hadn't just killed the man who'd lived with his family for months, but had eaten his heart and portions of his brain. The victim's severed head and hands were found in the men's Harford...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — Attorney General Pam Bondi signed an emergency rule Tuesday outlawing 22 new synthetic drugs commonly known as bath salts, K2 or spice. Bondi's office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement have brought forth legislation the...
L.A. NOWA bank executive has filed a claim with the city of Los Angeles, saying he suffered at least $50 million in damages after he was beaten up by two LAPD officers....
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