A major operation is underway in Miami and across Florida to arrest rogue doctors and pill mill operators. It’s called “Operation Pill Street Blues” and CBS4’s Carey Codd is the only local reporter allowed to cover the bust in South Florida.
It’s a first of its’ kind bust in Florida — Drug Enforcement Agents taking down a South Florida man suspected of distributing fake pot.
A third-rate romance and a low-rent rendezvous appears to be more than just some lyrics in a song; it may be the reason a brutal murder at quirky Gilbert’s Marina in the Keys has taken 5-years to solve.
The Drug Enforcement Agency revealed the numbers from National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day last Saturday and the haul was staggering.
Remember that Vicodin your doctor prescribed but you never finished? How about the oxycodone your aunt was taking when she came to visit but left behind. What do you do with it now? Cops and the DEA say they have a solution; turn it in, no questions asked.
Six Walgreens stores and a distribution center in Central and South Florida have come under Drug Enforcement Administration scrutiny over their sales of prescription pain killers.
A battle between two powerhouse federal agencies has caused a shortage of medicine for people with ADD and ADHD.
After being known as the nation’s “Pill Mill Capital,” Florida’s top drug enforcement agents say that is no longer the case.
Eight South Floridians, including a legal assistant for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami, were arrested Friday for their alleged roles in a cocaine and oxycodone trafficking conspiracy.
Thirteen people have been charged with conspiring to commit an elaborate scheme by importing heroin and cocaine into the United States through Port Everglades.