Sarah McKinnon, a second grade teacher at Aiken Elementary School, was detained after a series of traffic violations led officers to search her vehicle.
Lloyd Lasker Jr, who runs the House of Refuge and Deliverance Ministries church in the town of Mayflower, allegedly told police he tried to perform the act on a 21-month-old boy.
Canadian police Constable Nicholas Doering will serve 12 months in jail after he failed to help Debralee Chrisjohn.
Two people arrested for allegedly building a crystal meth lab in a hotel that was used to house the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Dr. Keith Curtis, 52, was detained by officers from the Riverside Police Department after a narcotics unit obtained information he used illegal substances during his job at a local family practice.
The 19-year-old, a U.S. citizen from San Juan in Texas, was driving a Ford Mustang when he was stopped by CBP officers on the Anzalduas-Reynosa International Bridge on his way home.
The Bullhead Police Department said officers with the department's narcotics team made the discovery after they pulled over a tractor-trailer on Interstate 40 near Kingman, Arizona.
Nicholas James Imhoff, 29, was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
Stephanie Alvarado and her two cousins have been charged after Alvarado's daughter Sophia Larson died from drinking water from a bottle contaminated with drugs.
The 40-year-old actor was booked by Marysville Police Department officers on Sunday.
Daniel Christopher Booth, 36, had warrants for his arrest from Baker County for selling methamphetamine, authorities said.
Police in Denton, Texas arrested a man Thursday after allegedly discovering almost 600 pounds of liquidized methamphetamine during a broken brake light traffic stop.
Placencia told authorities he knew nothing about the drugs and was planning on eating the goat's intestines which he had allegedly purchased from a California rancher for $140.
Two Arkansas chemistry professors were arrested Friday on accusations that they were allegedly making methamphetamine. One of them was even known as the school's "Heisenberg."
People largely do not become addicted to opioids after visits to the emergency room for car crashes, falls and other types of acute injuries that might warrant prescription painkillers, a new study shows.
Cartels have "presses" that give the pills the name and likeness of their prescription counterparts after they are laced with fentanyl in "dirty barrels," according to WFXT Boston.
Figuring out the best response has been a challenge for authorities, amid a resurgence in meth throughout the nation.
Manuel Paz Sanchez Jr., 32, was found with 30,000 doses of the drug in the spare tire of his rental car.
Agents also uncovered more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and 12 firearms.
Jennifer Salfen-Tracy said her eldest son Cody Bishop is homeless in Las Vegas after becoming addicted to meth and heroin.
Michael Reimers is currently assigned to the 99th Communications Squadron at Nellis Air Force in southern Nevada.
Authorities have charged Ed Buck, a prominent Democratic donor, in the 2017 overdose death of Gemmel Moore, who he is alleged to have injected with methamphetamine. Buck, who is a 65 year old white man, is alleged to have repeatedly preyed on gay black men.
New South Wales police in Australia made possibly the easiest drugs bust in history.
Three overdoses in the state have been linked to the practice.
Arrest follows a series of large meth haul seizures in recent days.
With consequences setting in for Francisco Felix, he allegedly told investigators he "f---ed up."
"He still has capability and resources while his kids run his business for him," Derek Maltz, former Special Operations head of the Drug Enforcement Agency, told Newsweek.