Following an investigation involving several agencies, Deborah Wilson was caught with 21 Percocet tablets. Investigators say she stole the pills from residents at the Withington West Apartment complex.
A Michigan lawyer will lose his ability to practice law for three years due to a 2013 cocaine conviction, his fourth such offense.
The Michigan Legislature has given final approval to bills designed to give police more tools to arrest drivers under the influence of drugs.
Police said that there have been three incidents within the past day of students falling ill from the synthetic drug that can cause hallucinations, delusions and suicidal thoughts.
Ronald Ilitch was driving with a female passenger near a hotel on Detroit’s northwest side on Aug. 27 when police conducted a traffic stop and found cocaine in his possession.
Police said Ilitch was found in a motel on the city’s west side with crack cocaine and a prostitute.
“People gravitate to social media because it’s a way to seem like you’re contacting people while you take no risk,” Dr. Gerald Schiener said.
Having seen a dramatic increase in the number of cases involving heroin, the Oakland County Sheriff’s office will be teaming up in the coming week with other law enforcement agencies to host a seminar aimed at educating the public on the dangers to teens.
Almost all health insurance policies are now required to cover substance abuse treatment under the Affordable Care Act.
A 30-year-old Port Huron Township woman has learned her fate after being convicted of killing two men in a crash while driving under the influence of prescription pills.