Nearly 50 pounds of pot, estimated to be worth $100,000, was delivered to the wrong address in Hazlet, NJ
A New Jersey pharmacist operating out of Dunellen has been stripped of his license by the State Board of Pharmacy, after he was convicted of an Internet prescription drugs scheme.
Yet another arrest at a McDonalds for Heroin, this time in Lakehurst, New Jersey.
Last Update: October 28th, 2015 at 5:57 pm
Like something out of an episode of Miami Vice, Officer Ralph “the Milk Man” Mata has been booked on drug crime charges in New Jersey.
Last Update: March 19th, 2014 at 12:48 pm
A recovering addict in New Jersey has created a documentary to raise awareness about the state’s heroin epidemic, after four of his friends died of overdose in a 10 day period.
Last Update: November 9th, 2015 at 1:47 pm
Police arrested a delivery man for delivering a 375 of Rum to an underage girl on the streets of Saddle Brook, New Jersey. This is the second time Nice Food Restaurant on Palisades Avenue in Garfield has been associated with alleged deliveries of alcohol to minors.
Officials are warning consumers about what appears to be tainted heroin killing New Jersey residents. The doses are sold in wax paper folds stamped with “Bud Light” in red ink.
Snooki the Mom changes her tune, and drops a bomb shell about drinking while breastfeeding.
Last Update: October 1st, 2013 at 3:09 pm
New Jersey has a prescription drug addiction epidemic, and it’s supporting a thriving heroin trade. Over half of drug-related deaths in New Jersey were associated with prescription drugs.
Marijuana dipped in formaldehyde or other chemicals is not a new idea, but with the increased in use of pot comes increased reports of pot laced with…
Last Update: October 1st, 2013 at 3:13 pm
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie proposed mandatory drug treatment for prisoners in NJ, where 25% of the prison inmates are there for non-violent drug-related offenses. Drug detox and addiction counselors in New Jersey like the idea, with some caveats.
Last Update: March 14th, 2014 at 4:25 pm
It took New Jersey 5 years to spend just $244,000 on a prescription drug monitoring program. The database is intended to prevent “doctor shopping” and reduce abuse of prescription drugs. Why did it take so long? Maybe because 15 of the worlds 25 largest pharmaceutical companies are based in New Jersey.