Boston police are looking into three apparent drug overdoses at the House of Blues early Wednesday morning in which one person died.
The drug’s nickname is Molly. Recording artists sing about it. But this new chemical has more and more people concerned.
A man who was working as an ambulance medic in Peterborough, New Hampshire is accused of stealing drugs from ambulances numerous times over the course of a year.
More than 700 law enforcement officers executed scores of federal and state arrest and arrest warrants in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Puerto Rico and Rhode Island, officials said.
Police say the man pulled into the Cohasset Police parking lot and began to urinate next to his car while an officer was watching him.
There is evidence Dr. Robert Christ was writing prescriptions for controlled substances to some people without a medical basis for doing so.
The pills, which have a street value of $500,000, were allegedly stolen from a Hyannis pharmacy during a major winter storm earlier this month.
Police say two men after money to buy drugs grabbed a cash box containing nearly $400 in sales proceeds from a group of Girl Scouts selling cookies at a Northampton store and drove off.
A new federal law just went into effect to crack down on these drugs, but there are concerns the drug dealers are already figuring out how to get around these new restrictions.
The jury is in place in the lawsuit pitting women with breast cancer against one of the nation’s biggest drug companies.