DEA Warns Of New Drug 100 Times More Potent Than FentanylAs drug users are rushed to emergency rooms in record numbers for fentanyl overdoses, the DEA has issued an alert after the drug caused three deaths in San Diego.
DEA: Meth Pills Stamped With Minions, Trump, Kool-Aid LogoThe Drug Enforcement Administration said Friday that undercover agents traced the pills to Henry Benson and Roselle Cipriano, who run a home for the elderly in Vallejo.
Call Kurtis: The Government Seized $29K Of Mine When I Did Nothing Wrong Yuba City resident Josh Gingerich buys and flips trucks. A recent buying trip to do that cost him a bag of cash which was seized by a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) drug interdiction task force at O’Hare Airport.
US Government Won't Reclassify Marijuana, But Will Allow More ResearchThe Obama administration will keep marijuana on the list of the most dangerous drugs, despite growing popular support for legalization, but will allow more research into its possible medical benefits, the Drug Enforcement Administration announced Thursday.
Another Death Reported In Sacramento Area Possibly Related To Laced PillsHealth officials say there have now been 10 suspected opioid-related deaths in the Sacramento area.
Health Officials: 9 Suspected Fentanyl Overdose Deaths In Sacramento AreaAuthorities have released new numbers on the series of overdoses related to fentanyl-laced illicit pills.
DEA Searching For Source Of Fentanyl Blamed For 7 Deaths In Sacramento AreaThe Drug Enforcement Administration says it’s cracking down on fentanyl-laced pills that may be responsible for seven deaths in Sacramento County.
After 7th Death, DEA Takes Over Search For Fentanyl Pills In SacramentoThe family of Jerome Butler says he was taken off life support on Wednesday afternoon, just three days after his mother said he took a pill for chronic stomach pain he didn’t know had been laced with Fentanyl.
DEA: NFL Painkiller Probe Is 'A Long Way From Complete'Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Rusty Payne said that teams were chosen for inspection simply because they were playing away from home. They were the San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Bucs, Cincinnati Bengals, Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions. No arrests were made and the DEA declined to comment whether any potential violations of the federal controlled substances act - the stated reason for the inspections - were discovered.
Judge Rules DEA Needs Warrant For Oregon Pharmaceutical DatabaseThe state created the Oregon Prescription Drug Monitoring Program to track prescriptions and help health-care providers identify abuse.
On The Money: Medical Marijuana ControversyThe Drug Enforcement Administration decree states that “marijuana has no currently accepted medical use.”
More Than 188 Tons Of Unwanted Prescription Drugs CollectedThe Drug Enforcement Administration says that Americans turned in more than 188 tons of old or unwanted medicines in a second daylong, nationwide effort aimed at reducing prescription drug abuse and keeping the drugs out of the water supply.