Authorities say drugs came from Mexico to Salt Lake City, then St. Louis.
Calling it a “waste of time and resources,” a St. Louis police officer signs up to lobby state lawmakers to reduce penalties for marijuana possession.
Investigators say John Faupel left his boy in the car with heroin and paraphernalia while he went into the Arch Budget Hotel to sell $80 worth to a police informant.
The governor’s budget plan for next year would provide $3 million for drug task forces, a move he says is necessary.
Democratic Representative Jeff Roorda sponsored the measure and says it would help crack down on drug trafficking.
“We have seen an increase in the last several years in frequency of young women, specifically,” abuse counselor Dan Duncan said.
Poplar Bluff Police officers and Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers chasing a rape suspect quickly got more than they bargained for Thursday.
The Reverend Mike Kinman gives an “A-plus” to prosecutors and police but is frustrated with the criminal justice process.
Police say the drugs had an estimated street value of more than $853,000 and were to be distributed to gangs on Chicago’s southeast side.
Michael Barolak, coordinator for student discipline, says those police dogs will be brought in to sniff around lockers, as well as cars parked in the student lots.