Federal, state and local officers confiscated more than 80 pounds of heroin and arrested 10 people in Washington, DC this week who were involved in a large-scale heroin ring.
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A veteran DEA agent was charged recently with an array of federal charges, including perjury and stealing thousands of dollars in drug money, according to the Department of Justice.
Two former Drug Enforcement Administration employees were convicted of lying to the government about owning a New Jersey strip club during their top secret clearance application process.
The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) of Maine seized 4.4 pounds of heroin and four pounds of fentanyl as part of a drug bust in Massachusetts last week.
An ex-agent at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was sentenced to one year of probation and community service after being convicted of lying about his New Jersey strip club last year.
Kmart Corporation to Pay U.S. $32.3 Million for Overbilling Federal Health Programs for Generic Prescription Drugs
Kmart Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corporation (SHC), has agreed to pay $32.3 million to the United States.
A former high-ranking commander of an intelligence-sharing unit in the Mexican Federal Police faces charges for sharing information with the Beltran Leyva drug cartel in exchange for millions of dollars.
A federal judge in Mexico approved extradition to the U.S. for drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman on Monday.
Communities and law enforcement alike come together each year during National Police Week to honor officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
The co-owner of a popular Miami gym was arrested Wednesday morning when federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents and U.S. Marshals raided the gym.
In his remarks, delivered at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey to a gathering of health officials and representatives of the president’s administration, President Trump stated that, “Strong law enforcement is absolutely vital to having a drug-free society.”
Last week, the Sixth Circuit found that a warrant to search an individual’s home could not be based on criminal activity linked to a car registered at that address.
Officers violated a § 1983 plaintiff’s Fourth Amendment rights when they relied on his Colorado state residency as justification for continuing a traffic stop and searching his vehicle for drugs, the Tenth Circuit held this week.
This week, the Seventh Circuit determined that the third party doctrine, set forth in United States v. Miller, 425 U.S. 435 (1976), and Smith v. Maryland, 442 U.S. 735 (1979), applies to a computer user’s I.P. address.