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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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Man who wanted to 'kill cops' slams into NY cruiser

Matthew Christian Cash was high on PCP when he slammed his vehicle into a cruiser and two other parked vehicles - Full Story

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DA: Mass. student run over by cop car was 'impaired'

College student who died after being run over by a police cruiser on Cape Cod was high on alcohol and drugs - Full Story

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Coroner: Rampage suspect in 6 killings committed suicide

A man believed to have killed his ex-wife and five of her relatives killed himself with a combination of drugs after the slayings - Full Story

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Mexican drug cartel member sentenced to 9 years in NH

Prosecutors say Soto's role was to monitor the delivery of 346 kilograms of cocaine hidden in a shipping container - Full Story

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Lawsuit shows resistance to legalization of pot

A lawsuit filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma shows that at least two segments of American society are prepared to fight - Full Story

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Details emerge in shooting of Md. cop during traffic stop

27-year-old police officer recovering from surgery at Sinai Hospital with family and fellow officers at his side - Full Story

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Court: Traffic stop OK despite mistake of law

Supreme Court says police are justified in making a traffic stop even if it turns out the officers are mistaken in thinking the driver broke the law - Full Story

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Tribes wary of selling pot, even if feds allow it

Tribes wary of selling pot, even if feds allow it

DOJ announced Thursday that Indian tribes, which are considered sovereign nations, can grow and sell pot on tribal lands - Full Story



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