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Drug Abuse in the News

7/19/2018
71 Bacolod police undergo drug test

BACOLOD. A total of 71 personnel of the Bacolod City Police Office underwent a random drug test led by Senior Superintendent Francisco Ebreo, acting BCPO director, held at the headquarters Wednesday, July 18. A TOTAL of 71 personnel of the Bacolod City Police Office underwent a random drug test at the headquarters Wednesday, July 18. Senior Superintendent Francisco Ebreo, acting BCPO director, said policemen from 10 police stations and members of the City Drug Enforcement Unit submitted their urine samples for the test yesterday morning. [...]

7/18/2018
Florence woman arrested after test comes back positive for narcotics when pregnant

A 31-year-old woman was arrested on July 17 after she failed a mandatory drug screen while pregnant, according to a Florence Police Department official. Regina A. Brown, of 816 Kinnard Street, was charged on Tuesday with Chemical Endangerment of a Child. [...]

7/18/2018
W.Va. mother charged after 10-month-old son tests positive for meth 19 hours ago

His mother, Miranda Gale Taylor, 24, of Elkview, was arrested Tuesday on a child neglect resulting injury charge. The baby was still in Charleston Area Medical Center Women and Children's Hospital Tuesday night after methamphetamine was found in his system Monday. [...]

7/18/2018
Okeechobee schools opt into guardian program

Areal Flood Advisory issued July 17 at 4:57PM EDT expiring July 17 at 8:00PM EDT in effect for: Broward Time is running out for school districts to meet state mandates and place a police officer at every school. A new national poll found that parents lack confidence that schools can protect children against school shootings. [...]

7/18/2018
Norman Public Schools To Adopt New Drug Testing Policy

According to Norman Public Schools, it is one of the last 6A districts in Oklahoma to adopt a drug policy like this. At a meeting Monday night, the board unanimously passed a policy for random drug testing of students who are involved with OSSAA programs. [...]

7/18/2018
Norman school board approves random drug testing for students in extra-curricular activities

In a unanimous vote Monday night, the Norman Public School Board of Education approved random drug testing for students involved in extra-curricular activities. Edmond Public Schools have had a drug testing policy for six years, while Yukon Public Schools has done it for at least the past five years. [...]

7/18/2018
St. Paul man who assaulted girlfrienda s 9-month old son sentenced to probation

A St. Paul man who badly hurt his girlfriend's 9-month-old son was ordered to undergo anger management training and placed on probation for five years, court records say. Ramsey County District Judge Stephen Smith also sentenced Eric Mercado Magana to serve 131 days in jail at a hearing Tuesday, but gave him credit for the 131 days he already served. [...]

7/17/2018
LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton's lawyer 'optimistic' suspension reduction could be near

LSU defensive back Kristian Fulton during spring practice for LSU football at the team's practice facility on Thursday, March 30, 2017. from the date of the tampering." [...]

7/17/2018
California Bill to Add Medical Marijuana Use as Protected Classification Fails

States that have legalized medical or recreational marijuana use continue to struggle with reconciling those laws with employers' ability to regulate employees' marijuana use. Recently, the California legislature failed to pass a bill that would have added medical marijuana use as a protected classification under that state's employment discrimination law. [...]

7/17/2018
A1+: Four years of disqualification for Sona Poghosyan

The International Federation of Weightlifting has confirmed the rumors that some banned drugs were discovered in the blood of Armenian weightlifter Sona Poghosyan, which was demonstrated by the additional doping test. According to the source, a minimum of four years of disqualification is possible for Sona Poghosyan. [...]

7/17/2018
City eyes new employee drug testing policy

Williamson City Council members are exploring a new drug testing policy that would see random testing not only for employees, but themselves and the city's volunteer boards. [...]

7/17/2018
Police Investigate 2 Reported Druggings at Lord Fletcher's

Two people have reported being drugged at one of Lake Minnetonka's most popular restaurants over the past month, according to the Orono Police Department. The woman said she blacked out and did not remember part of the evening. [...]

7/16/2018
Reasonable Suspicion Justifies Drug Testing Of Teacher

Metz v. Bethlehem Area School District , 630 C.D. 2017 . Timothy Metz was a tenured middle school physical education teacher at the Bethlehem Area School District . [...]

7/16/2018
Court: Indefinite drug tests are not a condition for welfare

The Minnesota Court of Appeals has found that people with prior drug convictions can't be required to undergo random drug testing indefinitely as a condition of receiving state welfare benefits. Monday's ruling comes in the case of 62-year-old Kim Verhein, who lost her Minnesota Supplemental Aid benefits when she refused to take a drug test in 2015. [...]

7/16/2018
Drug users on probation can be required to remain drug-free, court rules

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday that it was not cruel and unusual punishment to put a person who is on probation in jail after one positive test for drugs. Experts have been watching the case closely, as thousands of people who struggle with substance use disorder find themselves caught up in the nation's judicial system amid the country's opioid epidemic. [...]