November 19, 2017  Last Update: December 21, 2016, 11:10 pm

Man Arrested Trying to Smuggle Heroin Lollipops Through Orlando International Airport

Rafael Jimenez was arrested after trying to smuggle nearly 7 pounds (over 3.2 kilos) of heroin through Orlando International airport. The heroin was hidden inside of lollipops. Although Jimenez was caught sweaty, nervous, and in possession of the narcotics, the DEA press release reminds us that the suspect is innocent until proven guilty.

Hey NBC.. Fentanyl Sticks are not “lollipops”

Despite repeated requests to not refer to Actiq Fentanyl sticks as lollipops, NBC hypes up the lollipop reference.

PotHeads the Latest Candy Controversy

A new line of candy shaped like marijuana leaves has caused an uproar in Buffalo, New York. It’s just a regular candy, and it won’t get you high, but angry consumers say it promotes legalization and encourages kids to use drugs. Are the candies an expression of free speech?

Age 13 – 29 : the “Deformative Years”

According to SAMHSA reports, your son is likely to try drugs at age 13, but if he develops a substance abuse problem, he won’t seek first treatment until he’s 29. Welcome to the “deformative years”