An investigation by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and the federal Drug Enforcement Administration led to the arrests of seven people and seizure of about …
The San Rafael Police Department is teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration to host DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, police officials announced. …
On Tuesday morning, a letter co-led by Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, and Bobby Rush, D-Illinois, and signed by 35 members of Congress demanded that …
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Citizens in Marin County dropped off an estimated 143 pounds of unused, expired and unwanted prescription drugs Saturday in the DEA’s 12th National Prescription Take Back Day.
A criminal trial of FedEx Corp. began in federal court in San Francisco with a prosecutor accusing the company of acting as a “prolific drug courier.”
The Petaluma Police Department participated in the 10th Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day last week.
Six University of California at Santa Cruz students were arrested Friday on suspicion of running a drug ring.
Twelve tons of unwanted or expired medicine was collected in Northern California and the Central Valley on Saturday.
Two federal investigators have been charged with fraudulently obtaining hundreds of thousands of dollars in bitcoin in connection with their Silk Road investigation.
DEA agents locked up a SoCal college student in a windowless cell for four days, forcing him to drink his own urine to survive.
In direct contradiction with state law, the federal government has once again ramped up its crackdown on legal medical marijuana dispensaries.