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Drug Abuse in the News

10/19/2017
Unnamed Iditarod musher insisted he or she didn't give sled dogs a prohibited drug, statement says

The Iditarod Officials Finishers Club president sent a statement to mushers Wednesday on behalf of the unnamed competitor whose dogs, race officials said, tested positive for tramadol, a prohibited pain reliever, in the 2017 race. Wade Marrs, president of the Iditarod Officials Finishers Club, said the musher wrote the seven-paragraph statement. [...]

10/19/2017
Judge: Michael Douglas' son can go to Los Angeles to act

A judge who sentenced Michael Douglas' son to nearly a decade in prison several years ago told him on Wednesday that he can go to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman cleared a path to Hollywood for Cameron Douglas after attorney Ben Brafman said his client planned to initially live with his grandfather, 100-year-old screen legend Kirk Douglas, as he looks for his own place. [...]

10/18/2017
Crime down in Maine, but drugs still a 'driving force'

A small pile of a substance believed to be heroin sits on a scale at the state drug testing lab in Augusta. Crime in Maine decreased for the fifth straight year in 2016, but drug use continues to fuel much of the state's criminal behavior, according to the Maine Department of Public Safety. [...]

10/18/2017
These poppy seeds won't make you look like a drug addict

Some geniuses over at a global ingredient supply company in London created a proprietary mix of Eastern European poppy seeds recognized for having low levels of morphine - which often creates a false-positive for heroin in drug tests - and cheaper poppy seeds from the UK that have a higher amount of the opioid. While there is a drug test that factors in poppy seeds, produced by the opium poppy plant, eating too many can still inaccurately peg you as a heroin addict. [...]

10/18/2017
Bermane Stiverne Signs Contract For Deontay Wilder Rematch

Josh Dubin and James Prince, who manage former heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne, have confirmed to BoxingScene.com that their fighter has officially signed a contract for his mandatory rematch with WBC beltholder Deontay Wilder. According to Dubin and Prince, a deal was reached between King and the handlers of Wilder - but King never discussed the agreed-upon financial terms with Stiverne's managers or the fighter. [...]

10/18/2017
Drug Field Kit False Positive Sends Man to Jail for Possession of Donut Glaze

Summary : An Orlando man was arrested after police used a field test kit on crystals they found in his car that indicated methamphetamine but was just the glaze of a Krispy Kreme doughnut. You might think that cops know donut crumbs when they see them. [...]

10/17/2017
Drink and drugs sink job hopefuls

Boozed and drugged-up job candidates have been cited as a reason for the Goldfields' underground mining labour shortage, an employment forum has heard. At the Department of Training and Workforce Development Annual Labour Market Review, held in Kalgoorlie-Boulder yesterday, Central Regional TAFE director of training services Ty Theodore said a local recruitment company had recently knocked back potential plant operators because they failed the drug screening process. [...]

10/17/2017
Builder disqualified after being caught 40 times over drug-drive limuit

A BUILDER who was more than 40 times the drug-drive limit has been banned from driving for four years. Christopher Laver, of Dellfield Close in Portsmouth, was pulled over by officers in Lancing at about 2am on June 17 because of his erratic driving. [...]

10/17/2017
Drug tests at festivals find dangerous new varieties posing as well-known pills

Ecstasy pills seized by Customs. Experts say many Kiwis buying what they think is ectasy are actually being given much more harmful drugs instead. [...]

10/16/2017
Man arrested for doughnut glaze mistaken for meth gets $37,500

A man arrested in Florida after police mistook doughnut glaze in his car for meth has received a $37,500 settlement. Rushing was arrested in December 2015 when Cpl. [...]

10/15/2017
Sweet: Man Arrested For Doughnut Glaze Gets $37,500

A man arrested in Florida after police mistook doughnut glaze in his car for meth has received a $37,500 settlement. Rushing was arrested in December 2015 when Cpl. [...]

10/15/2017
Luis Ortiz: Wilder Fears Me, I Was Going To Explode His Face

Luis Ortiz never thought that a visit to the doctor two years ago would have such dire repercussions in the present. The Cuban heavyweight was diagnosed with hypertension and eight months ago began to take a prescription medication that was given to him by his doctor, and the medication contained two diuretics which are prohibited by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association . [...]

10/14/2017
Nadal sues ex-French minister for 100,000 euros

Rafael Nadal is seeking 100,000 euros in damages from former French sports minister Roselyne Bachelot after she accused the Spanish tennis legend of a dope test cover-up. Nadal is suing Bachelot, who served as sports minister between 2007 and 2010, over remarks in March 2016 on French television. [...]

10/14/2017
The Pros and Cons of a Heroin Shortage

The former head of the CDC wants to drive up the price of heroin. Here's what we might see if that happens. [...]

10/14/2017
Employment of public works director Johnny Payne still questioned by Brighton residents

The employment status of public works director Johnny Payne continues to be the hot topic during Brighton Board of Mayor and Alderman meetings. Payne has been under scrutiny since his December 2016 arrest and April 2017 failed drug test following an on-the-job accident. [...]