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Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacMethamphetamine misconceptions were dispelled at a meth awareness event at Meyersdale Area High School Wednesday. The school hosted the event in response to resident requests because of recent drug activity. About 100 people attended the event where...
Regarding Michael Mayo's May 28 column, not only should medical marijuana be made available to patients in need, but adult recreational use should be regulated. Drug policies modeled after alcohol prohibition have given rise to a youth-oriented black...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A proposed city ordinance could make it harder to buy certain cold medicines. Supporters say it would help curb the meth epidemic. However, opponents say it strips citizens of their person liberties. Springfield Police Chief Paul...
An Aberdeen man who was arrested after an August drug bust at a Main Street art gallery admitted Thursday to two synthetic drug charges. Brandon J. Messmer, 37, pleaded guilty to possession of synthetic cannabis and possession of bath salts. He...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Arts, Court Preliminary
As a veteran police officer, I have witnessed firsthand the terrible effect that methamphetamine can have on an individual, a family and a community. My colleagues and I are often on the front lines in the battle against this drug -- using every tool we...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The educational program Don't Meth with Missouri is getting national attention and could soon get $10,000 in funding to further its mission. Sponsors of Don't Meth with Missouri are teaching students the dangers of methamphetamine...
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Letters to the editor from Orland Park, Palos Park, Tinley Park, Frankfort and New Lenox residents. Not sending a message This is in response to "New crackdown on attacks fueled by social media; Organizers will face tougher penalties" (News, May 19)....
Law officers dismantled a methamphetamine lab in Winter Springs Thursday, they said. Chemicals from the lab on Gumtree Court will be sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for testing, Winter Springs police Chief Kevin Brunelle said. No one...
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Nixa, MO - During a routine traffic stop on May 23, Nixa Police K-9 Jannie alerted officers to the scent of drugs. A search found approximately 140 grams (roughly 4.9 ounces) of a substance, which tests positive for methamphetamine (also called 4mec or 4-...
Tags: Drug Trafficking
Josh Sale, the Tampa Bay Rays first-round draft pick from 2010, has been suspended indefinitely by the team. Sale got into hot water earlier in the week when he posted on his Twitter account about his visit to a local strip club. He posted: “Threw...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- City Councilman Craig Fishel will host a public meeting from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Dan Kinney Family Center, 2701 S. Blackman Road. Fishel received a large number of questions and comments from constituents in his zone...
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Lawmakers have approved a proposal that would significantly expand the list of felony convictions that people seeking to escape their criminal pasts could ask to have sealed. The measure, which aims to give ex-offenders a better shot at jobs, housing...
Tags: Justice System, Executive Branch, Politics, Criminals, Theft
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