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  • narcotics
  • All some of the hardest narcotics to hit our streets in the history of detrimental drugs. (hubpages.com)
  • BALTIMORE (Reuters) - Two dozen people alleged to be part of a drug-trafficking gang have been arrested on Maryland's Eastern Shore, with narcotics worth $13 million seized, police said on Friday. (townhall.com)
  • In 2009 alone, Robin has been responsible for getting about half a million dollars worth of dangerous narcotics off the streets. (landofpuregold.com)
  • Yet the presidential elections on both sides of the border offer a unique opportunity to re-examine the central flaws of the two countries' strategy against illegal narcotics. (nytimes.com)
  • As part of its narcotics operation, the gang extorted payments from street-level drug dealers in exchange for authorization to conduct business in Azusa 13 territory. (dea.gov)
  • The RICO charge in the indictment outlines the organizational structure of the gang, which has associates who obtain narcotics and weapons, street-level operatives, a top gang leader known as a "Keyholder," and a member of the Mexican Mafia who has the power to issue orders and approve who fills the Keyholder position. (dea.gov)
  • Task Force
  • Eight-year-old Golden Retriever Robin (Am-Can Ch. Nitro's Boy Wonder SDHF BISS TDI CGC, Police K-9/Search and Rescue Dog) and Mary MacQueen work for the Salamanca Police Department, the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office, and assist with searches for the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force in Western New York State. (landofpuregold.com)
  • OxyContin
  • Cyclobenzaprine is less widely abused than other drugs such as certain painkillers like OxyContin , but it is still illegally obtained and abused to get a relaxing "high. (dictionary.com)
  • medications
  • While there are not currently believed to be any such clinics - where unethical physicians prescribe pain medications to drug-seeking clients without a thorough exam - in Bryan County, there are plenty of people in the area that buy from them. (savannahnow.com)
  • Drugs like citalopram ( Celexa ), escitalopram ( Lexapro ), paroxetine ( Paxil ), fluoxetine ( Prozac ) and sertraline ( Zoloft ), or related medications such as duloxetine ( Cymbalta ) and venlafaxine ( Effexor ) fight depression in part by changing levels of the brain chemical serotonin. (peoplespharmacy.com)
  • dangers
  • And, when his busy schedule allows, he also leads local parades, visits hospitals and nursing homes, and makes trips to schools to educate students about the dangers of drug abuse. (landofpuregold.com)
  • Corey Dickstein/Bryan County Now Bryan County's Drug Free Coalition Coordinator William Collins speaks Tuesday about the dangers of perscription drug abuse. (savannahnow.com)
  • That's why it's especially important to reach young people early and educate them about the dangers of abusing such drugs, Bohlke said. (savannahnow.com)
  • cancer
  • Penny, a K-9 with the Special Operations Units of the Columbus Police Department, was responsible for taking thousands of dollars worth of illegal drugs off the streets before she died of cancer on Nov. 13. (ledger-enquirer.com)
  • St. Joseph's - which sees about 1,000 new cancer patients a year - applied to participate in the pilot program and asked the other two Georgia cancer research facilities to come on board as affiliates to provide more comprehensive state data. (ledger-enquirer.com)
  • prescribe
  • Because Xanax is now being abused and sold on the black market, new restrictions are being placed on how doctors can prescribe this drug. (rehabnet.com)
  • Doctors are required to check statewide databases for each patient for drug abuse histories and are not allowed to prescribe more than a 30-day supply at one time. (rehabnet.com)
  • herbal
  • Other drugs that may interact badly with these antidepressants include prescription pain relievers such as meperidine ( Demerol ) or tramadol ( Ultram ), the nonprescription cough medicine dextromethorphan ( Robitussin DM , among others) and some herbal products containing St. John's wort. (peoplespharmacy.com)
  • medicines
  • The incorrect use of such medicines has been a growing problem across the nation, said William Collins, Bryan County Drug Free Coalition's coordinator, and Bryan County is not immune to the issue. (savannahnow.com)
  • Combining them with other medicines that affect serotonin, including the triptan migraine drugs above, could be dangerous. (peoplespharmacy.com)
  • As the FDA cautions, people taking two prescribed medicines that may interact should talk with their doctors before discontinuing either drug. (peoplespharmacy.com)
  • victim
  • Salud told The Post he was on his way to score some pot when victim Anthony Christopher Smith walked toward him near Third Avenue and East Sixth Street on Jan. 16. (evgrieve.com)
  • Indiana
  • Current statistics show that almost 21 percent of the population 12 and older in Indiana will, during their lifetime, abuse mood altering drugs. (chestertontribune.com)
  • deadly
  • Toomey hopes China's promise, along with the potential sanctions of this legislation, might help loosen the deadly grip of the drug on the U.S. (wwlp.com)
  • dealers
  • Under the business plan, members of Azusa 13 sought to "monopolize the entire drug market in the city of Azusa" through several means, including maintaining "top of the line artillery" and being prepared to kidnap relatives of wayward drug dealers. (dea.gov)
  • Campaign
  • Along with the Medical Association of Georgia, the Drug Free Coalition is launching a campaign to educate people in the county of the correct way to store and discard prescription medication. (savannahnow.com)
  • tobacco
  • A community action team addressed two issues -- teen tobacco use and traffic concerns on surface streets. (cunews.info)
  • Keep
  • The council urges parents to keep prescription drugs secure and out of reach. (chestertontribune.com)
  • Parents who suspects their teens of using drugs should keep track of the mileage on their car, pay attention to how the teen s cash is being spent, watch for missing spoons or valuable items or small pieces of foil or baggies. (chestertontribune.com)
  • years
  • She was one of the 50% who did not use drugs, but her brother, who was seven years older, used drugs regularly when he was in the suburban high school. (drug-addiction-support.org)
  • A COVENTRY man, who was a key player in a multi-million pound drug smuggling network and was involved in one of the largest ever seizures of cannabis in the city, has been jailed for 15 years. (coventrytelegraph.net)
  • If you ask Americans how concerned they are about drugs, they will give you roughly the same answer they have given for years: not so much. (nytimes.com)
  • dealer
  • Hey Francis, you called a black guy you don't even know 'Jamaica' and assumed he was a drug dealer, and your problem is that he supposedly called you a gook? (evgrieve.com)
  • So it's OK to slash someone across the face because they called you a bad name after you called them a name, and assumed they sold drugs because they fit your sterpotype of a drug dealer? (evgrieve.com)
  • Users
  • On the street, users can buy Xanax for $5 for a 2mg tablet. (rehabnet.com)
  • One of the first symptoms of Xanax dependence is tolerance - such that users need more and more of the drug to feel the intended effects or to satisfy their cravings. (rehabnet.com)
  • community
  • The latest local news, sports and community events from Fort St. John and the communities of the North Peace. (energeticcity.ca)
  • value
  • Of particular value is DRUGDEX Evaluations, one of the most comprehensive drug sources available. (stanford.edu)
  • city
  • Lang has reportedly been involved in other bizarre calls to the emergency dispatchers, placing multiple calls to 9-1-1 one morning in late June and either he or Keene reported a toxic chemical odor at 244 Liberty St. in June that city fire later declared unfounded. (thebatavian.com)
  • According
  • The use of hard drugs, meanwhile, has remained roughly stable over the last two decades, rising by a few percentage points in the 1990s and declining by a few percentage points over the last decade, with consumption patterns moving from one drug to another according to fashion and ease of purchase. (nytimes.com)