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$1M of meth in genitalia-shaped candles

By FOXNews

Alleged members of a Mexican drug cartel were busted Tuesday trying to smuggle $1 million worth of methamphetamine into New York and New Jersey -- by concealing it in genitalia-shaped candles.
Five suspects were arrested when undercover Drug Enforcement Agency agents allegedly tricked drug traffickers into delivering 1,300 pounds of candles full of drugs to a warehouse in Paterson, N.J. Some of the candles were phallic-shaped while others had religious themes, officials said.
“DEA has seen drugs smuggled in numerous ways: concealed in puppies, lollipops, furniture, and produce,” DEA Special Agent-in-Charge James Hunt said. "But secreting a million dollars worth of methamphetamine in wax candles of various shapes is shocking. This seizure signifies that drug trafficking organizations are determined to create a stronghold of meth users in the Northeast.”

Authorities first got word of a large shipment of meth coming in when an undercover DEA agent held a mee…

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Local group honors lost loved ones for International Overdose Awareness Day

By Jessi Schultz, WSBT 22

Heroin and opioids, they're drugs that are tearing apart every Michiana community. The issue has been deemed a public health crisis. Saturday, people gathered in Elkhart to bring attention to that epidemic.

It's part of International Overdose Awareness Day. People from all walks of life gathered at the Elkhart Civic Plaza to honor those who have died from overdoses.

At the corner of the event in the plaza, was a wall of names. It represents a loved one lost too soon to a drug overdose.

Alisia Hails struggles with addiction herself, and lost her sister to a heroin overdose in 2015.

"It makes you realize a lot, especially after you lose someone," she said. " What time you wish you utilized better and the things you wish you would’ve done and said, so now, it’s more important to be out here together as a family and to celebrate, even though it’s overdose awareness, to celebrate their lives."

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Authorities seize $50K in meth

By Nick Watson

A traffic stop and second search in Cleveland led to $51,985 in methamphetamine, marijuana and pills, according to law enforcement.

Bobby Mullinax Jr., 39, and Patrick Keith Talley, 52, both of Cleveland, were charged with trafficking methamphetamine.

According to information from the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office, Cleveland Police officers conducted a traffic stop Thursday and arrested Mullinax, in addition to seizing 1 pound of meth and $1,700 in cash.

This led investigators to Patrick and Bradley Austin Talley’s residence in Cleveland, where a search warrant was executed.

“This investigation yielded the total seizure of 460 grams of methamphetamine, 1 ounce of marijuana, 30 methyline pills, 73 amphetamine and dextramphetamine pills and three acetaminophen and hydrocodone pills,” according to the drug enforcement office.

Patrick and Bradley Talley, 26, were charged with possession of marijuana, methamphetamine and a schedule II drug with inten…

Record seizure of fentanyl

By LATimes

Mexican authorities seized their largest haul ever of fentanyl — some 140 pounds of powder and nearly 30,000 pills — that officials say was headed to Tijuana and most likely across the border to the United States.

“All I can say is that this not a surprise, Tijuana is the main corridor for Mexican drug traffickers to smuggle fentanyl into the United States,” said Mark Conover, deputy U.S. attorney in San Diego and head of an inter-agency fentanyl working group. “All the indicators are that this load of fentanyl was destined for the city streets of the United States.”

Mexican drug cartels have in recent years added fentanyl, a powerful painkiller, to their portfolio of illicit drugs, fueling the U.S. opioid crisis, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. The drug is manufactured illicitly in Mexico with precursors obtained from China and then smuggled into the United States, said Amy Roderick, the DEA’s spokeswoman in San Diego.

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The implications of the opioid lawsuits

By Bob Herman

Cities, counties and states continue to sue opioid manufacturers, drug distributors and pharmacy chains, alleging those companies fueled the nation's opioid crisis through deceptive marketing and negligence. The metro area of Louisville, Kentucky was the latest to file a lawsuit this week, targeting the big three distributors: AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson.

Why it matters: It's not at all clear municipalities will win, but the lawsuits represent something larger — policymakers want more scrutiny and oversight for companies that make and deliver painkillers instead of heaping blame on people who suffer from addiction.

Background: More Americans are struggling with, and dying from, opioids. The common prescription opioid pills are hydrocodone, oxycodone and fentanyl (with brand names like OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet and Subsys). People often graduate to heroin.

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Middletown, Ohio, a city under siege: ‘Everyone I know is on heroin’

By Yahoo News

The opioid epidemic is a national crisis. But what does that mean? To answer that, Yahoo News traveled to Middletown, Ohio — a city once considered as ordinary as its name, more recently known for an explosion in opioid use — and explored quantitative research about drugs, health care, and national public opinion. This is a problem so serious that it requires big data, so human that it needs a face. Here is what we found:

For 16 of his 36 years, Jack Barrett has been a heroin addict. Today, he sits casually in a white plastic chair at Groups, the treatment center that he credits with saving his life. That was after he finally sought help for the first time — after overdosing, and being revived with Narcan, eight times in seven days. He says that the problem was fentanyl, a synthetic opioid some 40 times more potent than heroin: “It’s not just heroin anymore.” How did he start using? “How does anyone start? I don’t know.” It’s his first time getting help that…

Brother of Sinaloa drug cartel leader arrested at Mexico-Arizona border

By David Hernandez, the Los Angeles Times

The brother of a leader of the powerful Sinaloa cartel was indicted on drug smuggling charges Friday, a day after he was arrested at the border in Nogales, Ariz., the U.S. Attorney’s Office in San Diego said.

A grand jury indictment filed in San Diego federal court charges Alvaro Lopez Nuñez, 38, and five close associates with doling out drugs to smugglers and smuggling the narcotics into the U.S. themselves from May 2005 to August 2016.

Drug Enforcement Administration agents arrested Lopez Nuñez at a port of entry in Nogales on Thursday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. He was indicted in a federal court in Tucson on Friday and is expected to be extradited to San Diego to face the charges.

His arrest comes on the heels of the July 27 arrest of his nephew, Damaso Lopez Serrano, also known as “Mini Lic” and said to be the godson of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Lopez Serrano, 29, turned himself in to U.S. Customs an…

German Police Seize Donald Trump Shaped Drugs Worth $46,000

By Newsweek

German police may just have found the weirdest Donald Trump–related merchandise to date. Though it features the recognizable orange glow of the 45th president, it seems unlikely that Trump would find them as tremendous as most things that bear his name.  The item branded with the Trump name and face? A humongous drug stash seized by German authorities on Saturday. Five thousand ecstasy pills, to be exact.  The selling point of the illegal drug, listed on the high-risk end of the U.N.'s classification of addictive substances, is an unusual one: Every pill is shaped like Trump's head, complete with significant overcomb and pouty face stamped on the front, and his name emblazoned on the back in all caps.

Ecstasy is widely sold illegally across Europe and often taken by young partygoers for the feeling of euphoria it can provide. Police in Osnabrück, Germany, found thousands of the pills in the back of a van while completing a road check Saturday night.
The vehicl…