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.
Baltimore County police and the federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) have arrested two suspects after a raid and charged them with conspiracy to distribute narcotics.
What do you do with expired or unneeded prescription drugs? That’s the question millions of Americans answered Saturday by showing up at more than 5,000 sites across the country.
They’re legal, but police say there’s widespread abuse of prescription drugs nationwide. But this weekend, DEA agents are offering a easy way to turn in unused medication.
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