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The Medical Board of California has launched an investigation into a string of 16 fatal overdoses tied to powerful narcotics prescribed by a prominent Orange County physician. Dr. Van Vu, a pain management specialist in Huntington Beach, was featured in...
Tags: Trials, Litigation, Pain, Substance Abuse, Chemical Industry
An Aberdeen woman arrested after a synthetic drug bust at Skeleton Key gallery in August was sentenced Wednesday to prison. Sherri M. Bauer, 40, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of with intent to distribute synthetic cannabis and one count...
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the...
Email firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A woman from Polk County is suing two drug companies in federal court after the death of her husband. Ronda Ritchie claims in the lawsuit that the pain-killing patch was defective and wound up killing her husband, Randall. Randall...
Crying as she testified, a former scheduler for Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold told a judge Friday that she emptied her boss' urinary catheter bag several times during the workday and went along with planting signs for his 2010 re-...
Tags: Trials, Back Pain, Sex Crimes, Witnesses, Judges
email@example.comA Columbia man who faced more than 70 counts of failing to properly check muskrat traps has admitted to six misdemeanor violations. State law requires trappers to check their traps at least every two days to ensure that trapped animals aren't suffering...
Tags: Trials, Misdemeanors, Fines, Theft, Punishment
Description: Johns Hopkins researchers may have narrowed in on nerve cells in mice that signal when something feels itchy, but not when it causes pain. Even if a stimulus that would normally be perceived as painful is introduced to the nerve cells, the...
Kill Hannah has spent much of its career coming to its fans around the country and in Europe, but once a year during the holiday season the Chicago alt-rock band has its fans come to it for “A New Heart For Christmas.” And considering the...
DETROIT (AP) — Francisco Garces stopped at a grocery store in western Michigan but left with injuries after falling in the icy parking lot. When he sued, he didn't get sympathy from the state appeals court: The judges said he could have shopped...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Judges, Litigation, Clarence Thomas
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn Aberdeen man authorities said intended to distribute significant amounts of synthetic drugs pleaded not guilty to a host of charges Tuesday. Brandon J. Messmer, 36, requested a jury trial. He faces 11 charges in all, including: • Two counts...
La Cañada Flintridge Dec. 24 Drunk in public: Foothill Boulevard at Oakwood Avenue, 4:10 p.m. Man who smelled of alcohol and exhibited slurred speech while sitting on a bus bench was arrested. Dec. 27 Domestic violence: 2100 block of La Cañada...
Tags: Domestic Violence, Heroin, Sports, Table Tennis
FloriDUHGary Hill, 41, and his wife Paula, 39 suspected pillbillies from Maryville, Tennessee, had a financial plan to build their dream home. Although the couple had already reportedly pulled permits for the home's construction, they were reportedly still $4,...
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