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AMHERST, N.Y. (WKBW) – Multiple different agencies are investigating an apparent meth lab was discovered underground near the Walmart on Sheridan Drive at Bailey Avenue. Key points: Police believe the suspects were entering the underground area through an open culvert that is on the side of the Walmart. Police say there is no way to […]

A woman was arrested on felony drug-related charges after police found bags of methamphetamine in her purse. Tracy Lane Osborn was pulled over by Sahuarita police shortly before midnight July 30 after an officer noticed her car did not have a license plate and her driving was erratic, according to a report. While speaking with […]

Federal prosecutors claim a Washington state fugitive managed to run a West Coast drug ring from Mexico – via Facebook Messenger. Having fled the Seattle area for Puerto Vallarta, Jesus “Ricky” Palomera is alleged to have managed the methamphetamine operation using instant messaging services. Investigators suspect Palomera of having a hand in at least two […]

Two men have been charged with methamphetamine trafficking in Etowah County following their arrest with 43 grams of meth, authorities said. Etowah County Drug Enforcement Unit Commander Randall Johnson said Mitchell Buel, 31, of Gadsden, and Matthew Green, 27, of Piedmont, were arrested Aug. 1. The two have been charged with methamphetamine trafficking, drug possession, […]

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – A teen mom is caught smuggling methamphetamine under her baby’s clothes. The 19 year old mom from Brownsville tried smuggling more than $140,000 worth over the Gateway International Bridge in Brownsville. According to Customs and Border Protection, the mom walked across the border but CBP officers detained her and found 4 packages […]

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS – A husband and wife were arrested Thursday after the sheriff’s office said they were stopped on Interstate 35 with more than 60 pounds of methamphetamine and several thousand dollars in cash in their truck. The Williamson County Sheriff’s office said a deputy stopped Jose Cabrera, 53, and Maria Salazar Cabrera, 49, […]

The Attorney General’s Office has proclaimed a methamphetamine epidemic in South Dakota, saying the issue is the top crime-related problem our state faces. There’s no question meth use is rapidly rising and doing so very quickly. It’s easy to see that in our crime reports, as significantly more than half of the felony court cases […]

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Field Operation officers from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) stationed at an Ontario air cargo facility discovered crystal methamphetamine concealed within a false cavity of a hollowed out candle on Aug. 3. The estimated value of the seized 1.6 pounds of crystal meth is worth $23,000. CBP officers examined […]

College students who misuse stimulants more likely to have ADHD, substance-use disorder   Nonmedical Stimulant Use in College Students – Association With Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Other Disorders

Cynthia Suzanne South of Knoxville was arrested for several drug charges as the result of a traffic stop Wednesday evening. Knoxville Police Chief Dan Losada indicated that South was stopped by an officer who recognized her and knew her license was under suspension. South was arrested for driving under suspension and a subsequent search of […]

35-year-old Dustin Clay Gatton of Airport Road in Statesville, 24-year-old Jessica Evon Queen of Grier Farm Road in Statesville, 39-year-old Carma Cheryl Jurney of Vinewood Drive in Stony Point, 37-year-old Angela Michelle Harris of Rimmer Road in Statesville, and 22-year-old William Anthony Jolin of Grier Farm Road in Statesville were all arrested last Thusrsday (August […]

HUGO, Okla. — Choctaw County deputies say a defense attorney was arrested for selling drugs out of his house in Hugo. John Bounds, 67, faces multiple charges including possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Deputies say a tip led them to search Bounds’ house on 2nd Street onSaturday morning. Officers say they found drug […]

The Chemicals Found in Methamphetamine

Posted: 8th August 2016 by Doc in Uncategorized

Methamphetamine is a dangerous drug. But one of the most dangerous things about it is that it’s often made on the streets and may contain chemicals that are as bad for you as the drug itself. Some of those ingredients can be surprising and will sound familiar, according to a study by, a site […]

A Gray woman wanted in Knox County for failure to appear in court was arrested Friday night in southern Laurel County. According to Laurel County Sheriff John Root Deputy Rick Cloyd arrested 36-year-old Marta Bush at a residence on Adams Road off of Ky. 770. Cloyd took Bush into custody without incident. However, Root said […]

LEWISBURG — Police in Union County plan to charge a man and a woman with making meth after a fire broke out at an apartment in Lewisburg. Neighbors called for help after they saw smoke coming from the place on North Third Street yesterday evening. Police say the man inside suffered minor burns and was […]

WALWORTH COUNTY – The Walworth County Drug Enforcement Unit cleaned up three separate “one-pot” methamphetamine cooking sites in a 48-hour period. Patrick Gerber, 37, David Coulson, 33, and Nicole Ponsegrau, 23, were all arrested in the investigations, according to a Walworth County Drug Enforcement Unit press release. Gerber was arrested on a charge of possession […]

DD;  Borderland Beat has published some of the story of the trial of Marciano Millan “Chano” Vasquez that ended on July 19 in San Antonio.  The jury  took just 3 hours after a 2 week trial to find him guilty  on all counts.  Most of the counts carry a maximum life sentence and his sentencing […]

U.S. border authorities say two parents used their 19-month-old child to smuggle in methamphetamine into the country. At the Gateway International Bridge near Brownsville, theHouston Chronicle reports Orlando Ramirez and Cynthia Uresti were arrested Thursday by authorities. Officials discovered 7 pounds of methamphetamine on both Uresti and the child, the Chronicle cites in a document […]

Two children were sent to the hospital after SWAT officers searched a home last night and discovered around 20 grams of meth. Wichita falls police executed a search warrant on Lucile Avenue near Grace Street around 6:30 pm. Officers say they discovered two adults and two children in the home along with roughly 20 grams […]

BARBERTON, Ohio — A Barberton man is accused of selling methamphetamine from his home. Donald Eagle, 43, is charged with drug trafficking, a second-degree felony, and drug possession. His bond was set at $50,000 during his initial appearance in Barberton Municipal Court. A SWAT team raided Eagle’s home on Diamond Avenue about 7:20 a.m. Friday. […]

FORT WORTH – Hope DeHart should have hit rock bottom a year ago. It should have come that day her methamphetamine use landed her in a motel room with sketchy strangers. When she was shot in the head, then dumped like trash at the end of a dead-end road. When she was taken by helicopter to […]

PRYOR — A former Craig County interim police chief and his wife charged with drug and weapon violations told law officers they had been making methamphetamine for their own use. Brian Lee Mossier, 41, and Jamie Marie Mossier, 38, both of Chelsea, are charged in Mayes County District Court in Pryor. They are free on […]

WHITEWATER, Wis. – The Walworth County Drug Enforcement Unit has taken three people into custody in the last two days in connection to three separate methamphetamine cook sites across the county, according to a news release. Police said the three sites were located in Whitewater, the Town of Geneva and the Town of Richmond. Police have […]

Gibsonton – Federal and local law enforcement arrested a man in Gibsonton with 70 pounds of narcotics. According to arrest reports, 18-year-old Jesus Barrera Guerrero had 48 pounds of meth and 22 pounds of cocaine. The DEA isn’t talking about the investigation, but according to arrest documents, agents arrested Barrera Guerro at the Circle K […]

YANKTON SIOUX TRIBE RESERVATION — Almost three years after forming its own, independent police force, law enforcement on the Yankton Sioux Tribe has identified one issue that stands out from the rest. That’s the prevalence of methamphetamine. “There is a huge problem here,” said Yankton Sioux Tribal Police Chief Christopher Saunsoci. “Our families are close […]