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  1. Rats blamed for missing marijuana in Nagpur

    Rats could have damaged packets of marijuana, says GRP. Rats are not known to consume marijuana, or quaff liquor, but in Nagpur they apparently do. At least, that’s what the Nagpur Government Railway Police would have you believe. According to sources, some 25 kg of seized marijuana and a large quantity of liquor from around 25 bottles have been found missing from the godown in which they were stored. When Mirror spoke to Abhay Panhekar, senior inspector, Nagpur GRP, he said that the drugs...
  2. Woman spikes boss' coffee so he could forget about unpaid loan.

    WAUSAU, Wis. -- A Wisconsin woman was arrested for allegedly spiking her boss' coffee to make him forget about the money she owed him. Karen Zenner, 56, was charged on Thursday with one felony count of putting foreign objects in food. Zenner placed caffeine pills, water pills, anti-anxiety medication and eye drop solution in her boss’s coffee for about three weeks, according to court documents. She told police she hoped the mixture would make him sick, so he could forget about the $2,000...
  3. Substitute teacher threw up in class, had box of wine in her purse.

    LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC (WIS) - A substitute teacher at a Lexington 2 high school was so intoxicated that she threw up on the floor of the classroom and had to be taken to Lexington Medical Center, according to an incident report. The Lexington County Sheriff's Department incident report claims the teacher, identified as Judith Elizabeth Richards-Gartee, 52, could not even stand up when a school administrator arrived. "She had a box of wine in her bag that was opened, and students said she...
  4. Ever Dream of a Weird, 'Cold Hard' Alcoholic-Coffee Morning? Well, Wait No Longer

    Need an extra kick in the morning? A brand of canned cold brew coffee called Bad Larry's has decided to amp up its offerings this spring with an alcoholic version. You read that right: the morning's caffeine boost is about to get that much weirder, so consider rethinking your early meeting schedule. Following in the wake of news about alcohol-infused coffee out of California, the Midwest is throwing in "cold hard coffee" into the mix. It's a locally-sourced cold brew that will get steeped...
  5. Naked brothers high on mushrooms terrorized apartment complex, police say.

    INDIANAPOLIS - Two brothers took magic mushrooms, got naked and then caused havoc around an Indianapolis apartment complex Sunday, according to court documents. Noah Batz, 24, and Timothy Batz, 21, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a combined 17 charges including public nudity, battery and resisting arrest, according to WXIN. “We knew it was something beyond just being drunk or high ... it was something heavy duty. Not a good batch of whatever he got," said witness Aimee Payton, who also...
  6. Political fact-check: Drugs are not cheaper than candy bars

    Philip Bump examines President Trump's claim that "drugs are becoming cheaper than candy bars" as he deconstructs Trump's alarmist anti-drug remarks. As Bump explains, "The reason he said this is clear. Trump has been hammering on the threat posed by crime and the dangers of drug abuse for some time, in part because it helps make the political case for his policies, like building a wall on the Mexican border. But it isn’t really true."
  7. 'Weedicures' are Trending, Believe it or Not

    Cannabis enthusiasts getting pictures of pot leaves painted on their nails is nothing new. But that’s not why #weednails is trending. Photos bearing the hashtag keep popping up on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media channels. And the manicures they’re showing off don’t just promote weed. They incorporate real bits of the plant. The trend has actually come and gone in waves over the past few years. Forbes wrote about a Twitter user named Kat coining the term “weedicure”...
  8. Heroin Dealer Tries to Arrange a Marriage

    Image: Dream WorksALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Miguel Bustamante-Conchas was selling heroin in Albuquerque and wanted to cement his status with the Sinaloa Cartel. According to federal prosecutors, Bustamante, 40, decided he would marry off his stepdaughter, Chantilly, to the son of the cartel’s man in charge of packaging heroin. According to the wiretaps on Bustamante’s phone, Felix Sicairos would pay $10,000 for Chantilly’s hand in marriage – which would also help him gain legal status in the...
  9. Cop Who Mistook Donut Glaze for Drugs Receives Disciplinary Action

    Florida is famous for its wackiness, and here’s more proof that the Sunshine State is the best when it comes to weird crime tales. A police officer from Orlando is being disciplined for thinking a man’s doughnut glaze was crack cocaine and arresting him. The report, which was finalized this week, states that Cpl. Shelby Riggs-Hopkins was not acting with bad intentions, she just didn’t know how to use the department-issued drug-test kits. (But, according to the Orlando Sentinel‘s report,...
  10. Marijuana growing operation found on UK Legoland property

    A small cannabis farm was discovered inside an uninhabited cottage on property owned by the Legoland theme park in Windsor, U.K. on Monday. According to The Sun, 50 marijuana plants measuring 3-feet high were found during “routine checks” by park employees. “The bungalow was set up with lights and watering gear. It’s not a few plants, it’s a professional farm,” a source added. Though the building in which the drugs were found is on land owned by Legoland, it lies outside the main resort...
  11. North Koreans hooked on state supply of opium, defector claims

    PYONGYANG, North Korea - One of the top North Korean defectors has revealed that the country is depended on the drugs industry - claiming that residents of the elusive nation are hooked on a state supply of opium. According to Kim Hyeong-soo, who escaped Kim Jong Un’s dictatorship in 2009, North Korea is trading opium. Hyeong-soo, who worked for the Longevity Institute, which is the North Korean government’s top secret research body has said that locals are getting hooked to the drug....
  12. Belly Fat Buffer Aids New Year's Partyer in Hiding Stash. For a While

    AUSTIN, Texas-- Authorities say a Texas man tried to destroy cocaine hidden under his belly fat while being taken to jail after failing a field sobriety test early on New Year's Eve. An Austin police officer pulled over Florentino Herrera early on the morning of Dec. 31 after he says he saw the 48-year-old run a stop sign and cross a solid white traffic line. Herrera was arrested after failing field sobriety tests and refusing to take a blood alcohol test. In an affidavit, police...
  13. Pot and Cocaine Shaped into Fruit Snagged by UK Drug Authorities

    A drugs gang have been jailed for almost 40 years after they were caught importing cocaine and cannabis into the country – hidden inside fake yams. The four dealers were caught smuggling Class A and B drugs inside fake consignments of fruits and vegetables, including stuffing cannabis inside fake yams and other tuberous roots. Four of the five men were sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court this week, having all previously pleaded guilty to various counts of drugs importation and supply...
  14. After 16 Months and a Huge Row, California Reneges on Caffeine DUI Charge

    Thanks in part to public exposure brought about by alternative media sites such as The Free Thought Project and others, Joseph Schwab of Fairfield, CA, will not face felony driving under the influence (DUI) charges for operating his vehicle while under the effects of caffeine. Yes. That’s right. Caffeine. However, police note that they are still charging him with reckless driving. TFTP brought attention to Schwab’s case on Monday in our first story. And on Wednesday, the Solano County,...
  15. Cannabis Christmas Tree Almost Goes by Unnoticed, but Not Quite

    When police swooped on a house in Cheltenham, they discovered what appeared to be a festively decorated Christmas tree, complete with tinsel, baubles and a golden angel on top. However, on closer inspection, the officers from Gloucestershire Constabulary realised it was in fact heavily disguised cannabis plant. The raid led to police seizing a small cannabis farm complete with equipment. Gloucestershire police posted a photograph of the plant on their Twitter account: "Not...
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