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May 29 12:00 AM
Last Friday, an off-duty patrol officer in Montgomery County, Va., was returning from a training session at around 9:45 in the morning. Imagine his surprise when came upon a small child standing by himself in the middle of Den Hill Road. The deputy estimated that the child was only about 2 years of age.
May 08 12:00 AM
Last Saturday, Greene County emergency personnel were dispatched to a house fire in Paragould, a city located in northeastern Arkansas. The woman living in the home, identified as Alice Mildred Barron, 52, met Greene County sheriff’s deputies when they arrived on the scene and begged them to “save her babies.
April 24 12:00 AM
Cole’s room. But none of this raised any suspicions? Apparently, Ms. Cole was not arrested at the time of the search due to medical concerns, although it was reported that she was no longer a patient at that hospital. The Clark County prosecuting attorney's office has charged Ms.
May 23 12:00 AM
Sullum, Parsons and the like refer to government data to prove their point. Well, let’s take a look at how these data are collected. SAM- HSA, which stands for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, is a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
May 09 12:00 AM
A report came out online on WISTV.com out of Columbia, S.C., last Thursday regarding meth labs and the costs of cleaning up these contaminated homes, hotel rooms and apartments. Many of the problems that South Carolina must deal with are shared by Louisiana and many other states, so this appeared to be an ideal report for this week’s Meth in the News.
May 02 12:00 AM
One aspect of methamphetamine use that has consistently maintained my passion for disseminating information about this insidious drug is that it is as likely to be used by women as it is by men.
April 21 12:00 AM
The first report in Meth in the News this week is truly frightening. In Williamsburg, Va., Virginia State Police troopers noticed a 2005 Chrysler hatchback that was being driven erratically on I-64 near Lightfoot. Troopers, therefore, pulled the woman driving the car over on suspicion of driving under the influence.
April 14 12:00 AM
It’s springtime in the Ark-La- Tex, and the weather is getting warmer. That means that it is time to spend more time outside, camping and hiking, fishing and hunting, and just enjoying the outdoors in the Sportsman’s Paradise.
April 04 12:00 AM
In Oshtemo Township, Mich., the Oshtemo Fire Department responded to a fire in a mobile home in the 5500 block of Patriots Lane at the Colonial Estates mobile home park at 7:30 a.m. last Wednesday and discovered a one-pot methamphetamine lab.

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