Police: Rookie K-9 Finds 60 Pounds Of Meth In First Drug BustA rookie K-9 officer in California has already made a big impression on his new department after finding nearly 60 pounds of meth in a suspect's car.
Woman Who Gouged Out Her Own Eyes: 'I Thought I Was Sacrificing Myself For The World'The woman who tore out her own eyes in a drug-induced frenzy has returned home and is telling reporters what led her to that horrific day.
Mother Of Woman Who Gouged Out Her Own Eyes Speaks, Sets Up GoFundMe For DaughterThe mother of a South Carolina woman who gouged out her own eyeballs says her daughter was under the influence of drugs during the horrific incident.
U.S. Marshals Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man in AltonThe Marshal's Service says the warrant was issued by the Eastern District of Missouri Court, for violating bond on a methamphetamine case.
Former TV Reporter, Ferguson Spokesman Faces Meth ChargesPolice seized a gray fanny pack holding: A plastic container, five plastic bags with drug residue, dryer sheets, metal wires and an eye glass case with two pipes.
Dad Admits to Making 8-Year-Old Daughter Eat Meth, Perform Sex ActsPendleton admitted to wrapping methamphetamine in toilet paper and giving it to the girl to eat. She says he also made her smoke cigarettes and marijuana.
Woman Calls for Boycott of Disguised Drug PipesA South County woman is calling for a boycott of stores that sell drug pipes disguised as flowers.
17-Month-Old The Latest Victim of Area's Opioid Epidemic"I would have to say that, if Narcan had to be used several times on a 17-month-old child, in my opinion, that child was in grave danger," Lakin says.
DEA Announces Major Meth Bust in STL AreaLocal police helped round up 36 suspects from the city to Jefferson and St. Francois counties.
Last of 8 Defendants Pleads Guilty in Springfield Meth RingMichael P. Ayala pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute meth, money laundering and a gun charge.
Man Sentenced For Role in Multi-State Meth Trafficking RingA Kansas man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole for participating in a four-state methamphetamine trafficking operation.
Missouri Sheriff Pulls Plug on Online Meth-Testing OfferA southwestern Missouri sheriff's department is halting its online request for people to bring in their methamphetamine for possible contamination testing, saying the joke sting operation didn't yield any arrests.