Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post joined Steve and Mickey to talk about her article on the NFL and the DEA.
Federal drug enforcement agents showed up unannounced Sunday to check at least three visiting NFL teams’ medical staffs as part of an investigation into former players’ claims that teams mishandled prescription drugs. Tampa Bay was stopped at BWI.
The growing heroin epidemic leads several of Maryland’s key police leaders on a fact-finding mission to Colombia, South America.
A former vendor on the Silk Road website has been sentenced by a U.S. district judge on Friday.
In Maryland, it’s a killer more deadly than guns. Heroin deaths have reached epidemic levels in the state. Now the Drug Enforcement Agency has started a task force to go after heroin dealers.
A massive nationwide federal raid cracks down on the makers and distributors of so-called synthetic drugs. Those busts spanned some 29 states, including Maryland.
A Pasadena man pleaded guilty Tuesday to unlawfully providing notice of electronic surveillance to suspected drug dealers in the county.
Federal authorities bust an international drug ring with ties to Maryland. They are especially concerned about one drug called “molly,” a very popular drug in clubs.
A new scam is using DEA impersonators to target people who buy prescription meds online.
A Lutherville clinic is accused of selling powerful painkillers and narcotics without legal prescriptions. Now, a third suspect has turned herself in to Baltimore County police.
Murders, multiple shootings and now mass arrests. It’s one of the largest roundups of suspects in recent Baltimore history.
Authorities say powerful painkillers and narcotics were being sold without legal prescriptions at the so-called “pill mill” being operated in Baltimore County. Now, a judge sets bail for two of the men involved.