Group Organizing Effort to Expel Drug Dealers

A group of individuals in DuBois, Pennsylvania, is gathering numbers in order to chase drug dealers out of their city. While the organization does not yet have a name, it already has 40 members and a goal to organize into a large structure and increase social pressure until it is impossible for drug dealers to operate. Plans include… Read More

New Zealand Woman Pleads Guilty To Being Driver of Drug Sellers

Even abroad, methamphetamine addiction and the people who supply it are still a menace to society. In New Zealand, the Wellington High Court heard a guilty plea from Jonelle Rachel Phillips, 35, for the role she played in transporting meth from Auckland to a million-dollar Wellington drug ring. Her guilty plea was followed by her lawyer arguing that… Read More

Four of Five Accused Drug Sellers Plead “Not Guilty” in Hancock County

Court proceedings are underway for five people accused in an attempt to sell a large amount of drugs out of state. Johnny Honorato, 23, Salomon Lopez, 28, Isidoro Martinez, 19, Stacy McDonald, 29, and Manuel Rivera Sanchez, 36, all residents of Apopka, Florida, are accused of trying to sell more than $100,000 worth of meth in Hancock County,… Read More

Identical Triplets Arrested For Running Drug Ring

North Carolina can breathe a sigh of relief now that a drug ring selling things like Xanax bars laced with fentanyl, and other such drugs to local addicts and teenagers. The Dossou triplet brothers, Atsou, Atsouste and Etse, 21, were each arrested May 31 in Raleigh with a large rap sheet, including possession, manufacturing, intent and actual sale… Read More

Florida Man Feeds Child Xanax To Make Him “Chill” After Sugar High

Although nearly any story we share that has to do with Xanax withdrawal symptoms or Xanax detox is already almost guaranteed to not be an exciting or happy story, an incident out of Orange City that involves a man forcing a 10-year-old kid to take the addictive substance. What’s even more telling about this person is that he… Read More

Florida Woman Pretends to Have Cancer to Get Money For Opioids

Sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman running from the law for a whole year, but the real story is what she did while she was on the run. Heather Grey, 32, stole from C.J. Cannon’s restaurant in Vero Beach where she was formerly employed, and was arrested for that crime. She broke her probation and fled, escaping three arrest… Read More

Health Care Fraud Takedown Expands to 601 People,.124 In South Florida

As reported before, the government has been cracking down on fake drug and opioid rehab in Florida and other key states, but the stakes just got bigger. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the “largest health-care fraud takedown in history,” involving over 1,000 police and other law enforcement officers charging 601 people with over $2 billion in fraud… Read More

Florida Home Raided For Meth After Month of Sheriff’s Planning

Nearly every news story about a drug dealer being taken off the streets is a good story in our books, and as far as drug addiction and Florida are concerned, we could certainly use fewer dealers in the state. St. Johns County Sheriff’s deputies arrested six people after the neighbors complained that they thought there was illegal drug… Read More

Police End Year-long Drug Investigation With Six Arrests, Four Floridians On Same Day

The problem of meth addiction in Florida may have gotten a little easier in the past few weeks. Multiple police agencies capped off a drug investigation lasting over a year with a series of arrests in South Florida and California June 22. Collier County Sheriff’s Office and other national police agencies arrested six people accused of trafficking meth… Read More