What was originally just a stop for a seat belt violation led to a high speed chase when police found that the woman had a warrant out for her arrest.
Two people arrested for allegedly building a crystal meth lab in a hotel that was used to house the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic.
Buck was arrested in 2019 under allegations that he had killed multiple men by overdosing them on intravenous methamphetamines.
While the woman's request might seem odd, police stations around the U.S. have actually been telling meth users that their stashes might be infected with the deadly virus.
"Wastewater analysis has demonstrated its utility over the last decade as an important new drug monitoring tool," said Alexis Goosdeel from the European Union's drugs agency.
Authorities started investigating after the marble slabs started to arrive in the port of Valencia. Five people have been arrested.
Mickey Paulk allegedly fed a squirrel methamphetamine in order to create an "attack squirrel."
The suspect told the deputies that he was "just trying to dodge" the patrol car that he nearly hit.
Donald Watts, 38, was arrested in High Springs after police apprehended him rolling naked in a muddy ditch and making bird noises.
A West Monroe, Louisiana woman was arrested by police after they found her methamphetamine stash in a plastic box labeled "dope."
Police in Denton, Texas arrested a man Thursday after allegedly discovering almost 600 pounds of liquidized methamphetamine during a broken brake light traffic stop.
Michael Ford II, 45, of Wauchula, became the focus of an investigation on June 27 after Polk County deputies responded to a report about a dead body.
Lois Gleeson, 22, of New Port Richey, was detained by the Pasco Sheriff's Office after deputies found a "ripped plastic baggie with a crystal substance all over the driver's seat and floor board."
Fidel Manual Valle, 34, was apprehended by deputies from the Pasco County Sheriff's Office and remains in custody on multiple charges, including aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
A Florida man arrested for meth possession was allegedly found with a small bag of methamphetamine lodged in his "belly button cavity" when police searched him Saturday.
South Dakota governor Kristi Noem unveiled her state's new anti-drug campaign on Monday, but many are criticizing the program's name.
Tessa B. Lilly was caught in possession of the substance shortly after 10 a.m. on November 7 when she entered the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center.
Jeffery Falls of Louisiana was picked up by police while naked in a stranger's chicken coop, telling them he had been hallucinating under the influence of meth.
While authorities warn the public of the dangers of drug-laced candy this Halloween, some people say drugs are too expensive to be handing out to children.
Prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck has been indicted by U.S. attorneys for allegedly causing the death of Timothy Dean, 55, earlier this year. Buck had been indicted for allegedly being at fault in another man's death only weeks ago, along with related drug charges.
Cassandra Medina-Hernandez of Albany was arrested on Wednesday and faces several charges over the allegedly spiked bean dip.
Michael Reimers is currently assigned to the 99th Communications Squadron at Nellis Air Force in southern Nevada.
"I could say 'I'm sorry' but it wouldn't mean anything because tomorrow I'm just going to get out and get my drugs."
"When methamphetamine is created in this method it creates a chemical reaction that can become explosive," said Delafield police Lieutenant Landon Nyren.
Nathaniel Gene Robertson, 46, was detained by Kern County Sheriff's Office deputies on July 12. The suspect's 57-year-old wife, Lidia Robertson, was found the day prior with blunt force traumatic injuries.
Three overdoses in the state have been linked to the practice.
Kelvin James Dark allegedly tossed 11 pounds of the drug, which was safely recovered on the street below.
Although "meth-gators" is somewhat extreme, scientists do believe some drugs in the sewer system are affecting wildlife populations.
The sheriff's office said the seized goods were "literally enough to kill every single resident" in the county.