Drug Interdiction / Narcotics

Drug Interdiction / Narcotics

The Drug Interdiction / Narcotics topic covers all aspects of drug enforcement, from highway or border interdiction to undercover infiltration into gangs or drug cartels. Drug smugglers are constantly evolving their concealment techniques and are growing in their boldness, so law enforcement must work even harder to stay one step ahead. From marijuana and crack cocaine to prescription pills and heroin, this topic covers it all.
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Off-duty Fla. LEO finds $12M worth of cocaine while fishing

An officer went fishing on his day off and ended up discovering a massive amount of drugs.
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Off-duty Fla. LEO finds $12M worth of cocaine while fishing

An officer went fishing on his day off and ended up discovering a massive amount of drugs - Full Story

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Mo. woman tries to smuggle heroin to inmate through kiss

She planned to pass heroin balloons from her mouth to an inmate at the state prison, but instead swallowed them - Full Story

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NYC sees surge in synthetic pot use, with dire consequences

The harsh side effects have authorities already grappling with how to deal with unstable suspects - Full Story

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No charges against LEOs in Md. stun gun death

Evidence shows suspect was intoxicated with synthetic drugs sold illegally as 'bath salts' - Full Story

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Ky. sheriff's office asks drug dealers to turn in their rivals

A new poster going viral tells drug dealers it will help them eliminate their competition for free - Full Story

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Manhunt intensifies for cop killer in Memphis

Manhunt intensifies for cop killer in Memphis

Suspect fatally shot an officer after he interrupted a drug deal that would have resulted in a misdemeanor - Full Story

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US court says Ill. drug-sniffing dog fails the smell test

Judges are concerned that dogs who always signal for drugs might give police 'pretext' to search anyone's car - Full Story

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FBI: No toxic substances found in suspicious letters sent to Ore. sheriff's offices

The FBI also said there is no evidence of visible powder to be found in any of the envelopes - Full Story



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