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  1. How do I sleep alone again?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ask MetaFilter

    I'm ending a relationship of 5 years . It's hard and sad to begin with, and then there's the fact that I have always hated sleeping alone, and I'm beside myself with anxiety over doing it again.

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  2. Mom who left toddler with drug-snorting dad charged, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | NJ.com

    Virginia Ann Shaver, 28, "was fully aware of the unsafe/unhealthy conditions she left her 2-year-old daughter ... to live in," Lower Saucon Township police say in court records. Police said they responded just before 6 p.m. July 15 to the apartment Shaver shares with Joseph Wilson, 26, and their daughter in the 1900 block of Leithsville Road.

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  3. Los Angeles homeless woman's case sharpens focus on justice system and mentally illRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Raw Story

    The list of Trishawn Cardessa Carey's prescriptions fills a page in her case file: clonazepam for seizures and panic, methocarbamol for muscle spasms and quetiapine for spells of psychosis. She suffers delusions, paranoia and "dramatic mood swings."

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  4. Homeless woman's case sharpens focus on justice system and mentally illRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Los Angeles Times

    The list of Trishawn Cardessa Carey's prescriptions fills a page in her case file: clonazepam for seizures and panic, methocarbamol for muscle spasms and quetiapine for spells of psychosis. She suffers delusions, paranoia and "dramatic mood swings."

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  5. Medical marijuana regulations discussedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | News 4 Jax

    Some local families were relieved when St. Johns County commissioners did not come to a decision concerning regulations on medical marijuana Tuesday night. Commissioners voted to wait on imposing local regulations on nurseries that may be granted a state permit to cultivate and dispense medical marijuana.

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  6. Father 'put Klonopin in his 2-year-old daughter's CEREAL before...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Daily Mail

    Father 'put Klonopin in his 2-year-old daughter's CEREAL before passing out from snorting lines of the anxiety drug' A Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he put prescription anti-anxiety medicine in his 2-year-old daughter's cereal bowl after first snorting the drug while drunk and passing out from it. Lower Saucon Township police say they were called to 26-year-old Joseph Wilson's home at 6pm Sunday afternoon after someone saw another toddler unattended in a stroller and crying.

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  7. Police: Passed out dad also put drugs in 2-year-old's cerealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | York Dispatch

    An eastern Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he put prescription anti-anxiety medicine in his 2-year-old daughter's cereal bowl after first snorting the drug and passing out from it. Lower Saucon Township police say they were called to 26-year-old Joseph Wilson's home Sunday afternoon after someone saw another toddler unattended in a stroller and crying.

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  8. Pennsylvania dad put drugs in toddler's cereal bowl, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The Times-Picayune

    An eastern Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he put prescription anti-anxiety medicine in his 2-year-old daughter's cereal bowl after first snorting the drug and passing out from it. Lower Saucon Township police say they were called to 26-year-old Joseph Wilson's home Sunday afternoon after someone saw another toddler unattended in a stroller and crying.

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  9. Police: Pa. Father Put Anti-Anxiety Drugs In Toddler's CerealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | CBS Local

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  10. Lower Saucon man accused of drugging daughter's cerealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | WFMZ-TV Allentown

    A Lower Saucon Township man has been jailed on charges that he put prescription anti-anxiety medicine in his 2-year-old daughter's cereal bowl after first snorting the drug and passing out from it. Lower Saucon Township police say they were called to 26-year-old Joseph Wilson's home Sunday afternoon after someone saw another toddler unattended in a stroller and crying.

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  11. Vancouver man gets 2 years in vehicular homicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | The Columbian

    The Columbian files Kenneth L. Jones makes a first appearance in Clark County Superior Court for vehicular homicide on Oct. 1, 2013. Jones was sentenced Monday for driving impaired in a crash that killed his friend, Daniel Alexander.

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  12. Lower Saucon man found passed out after drugging daughter, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | NJ.com

    A Lower Saucon Township man is facing several charges after police found him passed out, drunk and under the influence of a prescription medication, which he also gave to his 2-year-old daughter, court records say. Joseph Wilson, 26, of the 1900 block of Leithsville Road, is charged with one count of endandering the welfare of a child, three counts possessing a controlled dangerous substance, two counts marijuana possession, seven counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of reckless endangerment.

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  13. New York Times Discovers Bleakest McDonald's EverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Grub Street

    For the "last few months," hapless Times reporter Kim Barker has been assigned to periodically stick her head in a McDonald's just down the block from the paper's midtown offices that, it's safe to say based on her story today, is probably the saddest McDonald's anyone's ever heard about . Here's a slice of the life there: The other day, a man headed straight for the bathroom, pausing only to open his backpack and grab a bag of heroin, known as "dog food."

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  14. Involuntary intoxication should have been considered in James Holmes verdictRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Big News Network.com

    The jury got it wrong when they found that James Holmes was guilty. They would have had it wrong if they had found the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooter not guilty by reason of mental defect, as well.

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  15. Dozens gather in Center City to 'Free the Weed'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | Philly.com

    "THIS IS NOT a stoner event," N.A. Poe said yesterday while proudly sporting a tank top depicting marijuana buds, cigars and joints arranged in the shape of the American flag. Nearly 200 people assembled in LOVE Park yesterday for Smoke Down Prohibition 2.0: Free the Weed, a protest calling for the legalization of the herb by the federal government.

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  16. Man who killed Paramus high valedictorian pleads guilty to vehicular homicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

    A three-year legal saga over the death of Gabrielle Reuveni, a former Paramus High School valedictorian, unexpectedly ended Friday morning when Philip Cise pleaded guilty to killing Reuveni with his pickup truck in 2012. Cise pleaded guilty to one felony count of vehicular homicide while under the influence of drugs.

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  17. Police: Babysitter tried drugging two childrenRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 8 | Altoona Mirror

    Betty Jane Weatherwalk, 50, of 1006 Fifth Ave. was arrested just after midnight Wednesday morning and charged with felony drug charges along with misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and recklessly endangering another person after she allegedly tried to coerce two children she was baby-sitting to take clonazepam pills. Police noted in Weatherwalk's arrest papers that she was prescribed the pills, used to treat anxiety and sold under the name Klonopin, and tried giving them to the two children because, "It will help them sleep."

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  18. NYPD officer again busted on drug charges after motorcycle crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | SILive.com

    NYPD Officer Stacey Staniland, who already faces burglary and drug possession charges, was arrested again following a motorcycle crash in West Brighton Wednesday morning. A twice-arrested NYPD officer who sources say wears a motorcycle helmet marked "Little Miss Dangerous" has been locked up again -- this time on charges she was carrying drugs when she crashed an unregistered motorcycle.

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  19. 911 audio, emotional police interviews shine light on deputy's killing of mentally ill Alabama manRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Alabama Live

    You don't know how to do anything except kill people? Is that what they train you to do, is kill people? A Lawrence County sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a mentally ill man in March "didn't have no choice," according to audio of the statement he gave to a state investigator. The Decatur Daily , which sued the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office for access to investigative reports in the death of Shane Nathaniel Watkins, posted audio clips of that interview and others, along with recordings of 911 calls, to its website Wednesday morning .

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  20. 5 Abusive Things Done To Animals To Tame And 'Domesticate' ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | StarPulse.com

    Why does a caged bird sing? Is it because its happy or it longs to be free of its confined, new home? Presumably, taming it is not as simple as it seems appears, and not only is the confinement abusive for the animal; the methods used to domesticate it are cruel and unusual. As the saying goes: "You can take an animal out of the wild, but you can't take the wild out of an animal."

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