Drug Enforcement Administration Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Bronx drugs raid finds huge haul of heroin and cashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Daily Mail

    ... family, to spraying contents with repellent to ward off police K-9 units,' said New York Drug Enforcement Administration Director James Hunt. Investigators are not looking as to whom might have helped the group in Texas as well as which Mexican ...

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  2. Industry Can Help Stem Tide of Opioid AddictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | The American Journal of Managed Care

    ... distributors have agreed to pay more than $200 million in settlement claims to the Drug Enforcement Administration after failing to report suspicious orders. McKesson Corp. was hit with a $150 million fine, while Cardinal Health agreed to pay $44 ...

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  3. The Argument for Decriminalizing ProstitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Denver Westword

    ... this subject to a brief time she spent working in law enforcement. After being placed on a Drug Enforcement Administration task force, she recalls, "I got to see inside the drug war, and I saw many places where I felt like it was failing across the ...

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  4. Officials: Smugglers use tricycle, fox urine to move drugs across the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    Authorities are detailing the great lengths suspected drug smugglers went to in order to conceal their operation after $4.1 million in cash and more than six pounds of heroin were seized by federal agents at a New York storage facility over the weekend. Three men were arrested for their part in what officials are calling an interstate drug operation, where they allegedly moved money and drugs throughout the country by concealing the contraband in secret compartments hidden inside pieces of furniture.

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  5. Family of CIA consultant missing 10 years sues IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | UPI

    The family of a CIA consultant missing for 10 years sued Iran in federal court, accusing Iran of using deception and lies to conceal his imprisonment. The 14-page suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Washington on behalf of the wife and seven children of Robert A. Levinson, a retired DEA and FBI agent, private investigator, and part-time CIA consultant.

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  6. El Chapo's legal team could be infiltratedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Daily Mail

    ... the most powerful people in the world every year between 2009 and 2011. According to the US Drug Enforcement Administration, El Chapo has as much influence and reach as Pablo Escobar, the notorious Colombian drug lord. His net worth is estimated to ...

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  7. Feds move to seize $2 million from Alabama doctors accused of fraud, excessive prescribingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Alabama Live

    Federal prosecutors have filed a civil action to seize more than $2 million in cash, investments and assets from two Bessemer doctors accused of running a pill mill, committing insurance fraud and laundering money. The married doctors, Dr. Patrick Ifediba and Dr. Uchenna Ifediba, own and operate Care Complete Medical Center on Bessemer Road in Birmingham.

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  8. Lockport man charged with sex, opiate traffickingRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 22 | WNED

    ... Sheriff's Office and Drug Task Force, the Erie County Sheriff's Office, Lockport Police, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security.

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  9. Feds Want To Root Out Moles on El Chapo's Legal TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | TMZ.com

    El Chapo could compromise hundreds, possibly thousands of federal drug investigations with a well-placed mole on his legal team ... that's the fear of federal officials. We've learned Chapo's legal team will become privy to thousands of sensitive DEA documents that chronicle his activities in the international drug trade.

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  10. 32 deaths in metro Phoenix attributed to counterfeit pillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | 680News

    Authorities say they have uncovered a dangerous new trend in drug trafficking in Arizona in which addicts are taking counterfeit OxyContin pills that are laced with the more powerful painkiller fentanyl. The counterfeit pills are responsible for the overdose deaths of 32 people in metro Phoenix over the last 18 months, said Doug Coleman, special agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration's operation in Arizona, noting that the addicts didn't know they were taking a more powerful drug.

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  11. OSYs to benefit from Children's Games: PSC headRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Sun-Star

    Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William "Butch" Ramirez on Monday said that the Davao Children's Games for out-of-school youths , which will be launched here in April as part of the national sports agency's Mindanao Sports for Peace program, is the real "gold mine". Ramirez, in a meeting with Philippine Sports Institute Davao coordinators at a local restaurant, said the Sports for Peace program that he started sometime in 2008 through the Mindanao Children's Games will be relaunched here and will have stops in Cotabato City, Cagayan de Oro City, Butuan City and Zamboanga Peninsula.

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  12. Cops: Raid nets 16 alleged drug ring members, guns, pills, cashRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Boston Herald

    An army of cops raiding more than a dozen Boston-area homes nabbed 16 suspected members of a Randolph-based drug ring yesterday as part of a six-month wiretap investigation into a group that authorities say was dealing heroin, fentanyl, cocaine and prescription opiates across three counties. The pre-dawn sweep uncovered more than a kilo of cocaine, two kilos of a powder containing fentanyl, heroin, 10 guns and $250,000 in suspected drug proceeds, according to Norfolk County prosecutors.

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  13. Suspected drug lord Joshua Bucog surrendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Sun-Star

    SUSPECTED drug lord Joshua Bucog, 28, surrendered to veteran broadcast journalist Bobby Nalzaro past 8 a.m., Wednesday, March 22. He was the subject of the drug bust by the operatives Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency -Central Visayas inside a pension house in Barangay Labangon, Cebu City last Sunday night. His alleged underlings Roy Estrera, 39, and Erwin Anthony Abellana, 42, were caught.

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  14. DEA: More than 30 deaths in Arizona county linked to cartel-made drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | USA Today

    ... substance laced in fake prescription drugs that entered Arizona through Mexico, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said Tuesday. The 32 confirmed overdose deaths in the county, recorded from May 2015 to February 2017, were reportedly from ...

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  15. Pandora's Brew: The New Ayahuasca Part 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Savage Minds

    Ayahuasca is most commonly defined in the literature both lay and academic as a brew made from the combination of two plants: a vine, ayahuasca ; and a leaf, usually chacruna but sometimes chaliponga, chagroponga or yA ji . Although this definition obscures the myriad historical and contemporary iterations of brews that use the ayahuasca vine as a base, the ayahuasca-chacruna dyad is the basis for the spread of ayahuasca usage in the Amazon and around the world.

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  16. China bank suspends account used to fund rebel troops across the border in MyanmarRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | NEWS.com.au

    Agricultural Bank of China account was used to funnel cash to rebel army which includes members of the Chinese-speaking, ethnic Kokang people One of China's biggest state-owned lenders has suspended an account used to fund ethnic rebels fighting government troops in Myanmar, halting an arrangement that could have stoked diplomatic tensions between Beijing and Myanmar. The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, which clashed with government forces this month, said the Agricultural Bank Of China was no longer accepting funds into an account it used to receive donations from supporters.

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  17. RPT-China's AgBank suspends account being used to crowdfund Myanmar rebelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Reuters

    One of China's biggest state-owned lenders has suspended an account used to fund ethnic rebels fighting government troops in Myanmar, halting an arrangement that could have stoked diplomatic tensions between Beijing and Myanmar. The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army , which clashed with government forces this month, said Agricultural Bank Of China was no longer accepting funds into an account it used to receive donations from supporters.

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  18. Donald Trump's Tony-worthy security theaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | New York Daily News

    ... and less reliable but can never overcome the basic incentives of supply and demand. The Drug Enforcement Administration can proudly exhibit stunningly large displays of intercepted drugs but cannot assert that such interceptions have any meaningful ...

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  19. Playing in Pain in the N.F.L.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | New Yorker

    ... to the more mundane accounts of doctors and trainers-conveyed in e-mails, task forces, Drug Enforcement Administration presentations, and conference calls. What emerges is in some ways even more eye-opening than the accounts of players getting stuck ...

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  20. Trio busted for smuggling heroin in furniture pieces to the BronxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | New York Daily News

    Cops grabbed Jorge Pizarro, 41, Nelson DeJesus, 40, and Miguel Angeles, 27, saying they tried to make an end-run around police by secreting more than 6 pounds of heroin in wooden end tables they transported from Texas and kept in a Bronx storage unit, officials said. "This investigation demonstrates how lucrative and highly organized the lethal narcotics trade has become," Brennan said.

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