A frightening new drug that first appeared in Russia is beginning to make its way around the United States. The drug, named “krokodil” is a knockoff of heron and comes with some deadly side effects.
We follow up Michele Gillen’s CBS4 investigation into a drug that parents might have heard their kids talking about, but not realize what it was. And with kids hearing music stars rave about it, the drug, “Molly,” has become tragically alluring.
Its name sounds so innocent, and with some music stars seemingly raving about, teenagers, college students, and even young professionals, are finding the drug Molly even more alluring. CBS 4’s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen hit the streets to find out why Molly is the talk of our town, and the growing concern of Law Enforcement.
Many would agree that $35 million is a lot of money—and that amount is the Coast Guard’s estimate of cocaine, in wholesale value, that crew members offloaded a boat in Miami Saturday morning.
There is a new epidemic of people who have been addicted to opium pills switching over to another dangerous drug which has gotten easier and cheaper to acquire.
Parents may have reason for concern if they hear their children talking about “Molly.” It isn’t the name of a friend, but a common alias for a potentially dangerous drug.
On the heels of an eye-opening report from the Miami New Times that alleged Alex Rodriguez and other baseball stars were still using performance-enhancing drugs; ESPN now claims the operator of the clinic the New Times highlighted personally injected A-Rod with PEDs.
A Broward Sheriff’s detective lands a big drug bust, but this time he is the one that ends up in the slammer.
A former City of Miami police sergeant has been convicted of drug conspiracy and civil rights violations among other charges by a federal jury.
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.