The U.S. Coast Guard has made a trio of high seas drug seizures worth $100 million.
There was lots of “white powder” on Miami Beach Miami on Friday but it had nothing to do with snow or the weather.
The fight to stop drug abuse made a leap of progress in 2011.
Griselda Blanco had quite a few nicknames: the godmother, the queen of cocaine, the black widow. Regardless of what she went by she left a lasting impression on South Florida’s history.
Nearly 3-thousand pounds of cocaine, worth an estimated $35 million, has been interdicted at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Drug kingpins are common, but a “queenpin” in Miami is awaiting trial on cocaine-trafficking charges.
A Miami police sergeant indicted on charges alleging he planted cocaine on a suspect, stole drugs and money from dealers, and lied to federal investigators appeared before a federal judge Friday.
A Miami Police sergeant is on the other side of the law after being indicted on nine federal charges stemming from allegations of misconduct while on the job.
A tough law concerning illegal drugs in the state of Florida will remain just as tough as always. Friday, the Florida Supreme Court upheld a law that requires anyone caught with illegal drugs in their possession to prove their innocence.
A 14-year-old boy who was found emaciated and high on drugs has been put into the custody of the Department of Children and Family Services after a shelter hearing Friday.