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Editorial
December 11 12:00 AM
Kayla (although she provided her full name in the story, I am only using her first name here) never really had a chance. I have heard similar stories from so many women. You see, Kayla learned all about using drugs from her own mother – as many others did when they were young girls.
Editorial
November 27 12:00 AM
In Palm Springs, Calif., last Friday, Nov. 20, just after 3 p.m., the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a fire at the Ramon Road Bridge, located between Landau Boulevard and Crossley Road. Palm Springs Police Lt.
Editorial
November 20 12:00 AM
Often when someone is arrested for methamphetamine possession and goes before a judge, the defendant is given a suspended sentence and put on probation. There is not sufficient prison space to lock up everyone using meth anyway, and everyone deserves a second chance to turn their lives around.
Editorial
November 06 12:00 AM
For the past few years, various government agencies, including the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), have reported that upwards of 90 percent of the methamphetamine sold in the U.S. today is made in “superlabs” located in Mexico and shipped throughout the country by the notorious Mexican drug cartels.
Editorial
October 16 12:00 AM
On a television crime drama series last week, there was an episode about a young girl who was kept inside a small cage in her mother’s apartment. Her mother was off on a “drug binge” and had completely neglected her.
Editorial
October 09 12:00 AM
If you have ever read one of my columns before, you may have seen that at the end of each week’s column I write that I want to help people struggling with meth. Yet practically all of my columns have focused on crimes and bizarre behaviors committed by people under the influence of meth.
Editorial
October 02 12:00 AM
The use of methamphetamine often results in the development of paranoia, and this paranoia can sometimes be accompanied by hallucinations, delusions and other symptoms of psychoses. The combination of hallucinations and paranoia can lead to some extremely bizarre and inexplicable behaviors.
Editorial
September 25 12:00 AM
The first case is from Salt Lake City in Utah, where late Friday, Sept. 18, a Salt Lake County jury found Mr. Komasquin Lopez, 45, guilty of murdering his wife, Shannon Lopez, 32, as he drove his “large” pickup truck down the highway. Mr. Lopez will be sentenced on Nov.
Editorial
September 11 12:00 AM
Despite the fact that federal regulations limit the amount of cold and hay fever medications containing pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in the manufacture of meth, that you can purchase each month, the authorities continue to discover people “cooking” their own meth.
Editorial
September 04 12:00 AM
The first case comes from Springfield, Mo. On Aug. 2, Ashley Miller was walking outside at her local Wal-Mart store when an old acquaintance drove by. When the driver saw Ms. Miller, she waved at him and asked if he would give her a ride. He agreed; after all, they knew each other.

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