Latest news: 6-29-2009
South Texas sees influx of Mexican meth and heroin
TX - Mexican drug violence and recent law enforcement crackdowns elsewhere on the border may be shifting the drug smuggling landscape in the Rio Grande Valley, a recent law enforcement report suggests.
Seizures of Mexican-produced methamphetamine and heroin - once rare in southernmost Texas - have increased dramatically over the past year, according to statistics gathered by the National Drug Intelligence Center in a study released earlier this month.
Teens in possession of stolen property, meth lab
Cooper Township, MI - Police are holding two teens who broke into a home on Tanda Avenue in Cooper Township about 2:30 Sunday morning.
The homeowner heard footsteps and dialed 9-1-1, then confronted the pair, who made the mistake of running upstairs to try to escape. They ended up diving out of a second story window.
Child removed from home with meth lab
Whitley County, KY - The Corbin Police Department found everything needed for a fully-functional methamphetamine lab Friday at a Corbin woman’s home.
Cathy Faith Wilson, 34, of Corbin, was arrested without incident for unlawful possession of meth precursors, possession of controlled substances, wanton endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The meth lab at the time was not in production, but officers did find a substance inside the home that tested positive for methamphetamine.
A male child inside the 17th Street home was taken to Baptist Regional Medical Center to be treated.
Wilson was taken to the Whitley County jail. The investigation is being continued by Sgt. Glenn Taylor.