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Columbia, SCabccolumbia.com

Two Columbia men sentenced for roles in selling crack cocaine to an undercover officer

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– According to Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of South Carolina M. Rhett DeHart, two Columbia men were sentenced for their roles in selling cocaine base to an undercover law enforcement officer. Authorities say 26-year-old Jamil Shamond Brennan was sentenced to more than nine years in federal prison and 27-year-old Brosia more than 11 years.
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Hoboken man arrested on heroin, crack cocaine charges: police

A Hoboken man wanted on a warrant for missing a municipal court date will now be dealing the state judicial system. Albert Stone, 35, of Hoboken, was charged with numerous drug offenses, including possession with intent to distribute heroin and crack cocaine, when he was spotted and picked up on the existing warrant, Hoboken police Lt. Danilo Cabrera said.
Columbia, SCPosted by
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Two Columbia Men Sentenced to Multi-Year Prison Terms for Role in Sale of Cocaine Base to Undercover Law Enforcement Officer

Columbia, South Carolina — Acting United States Attorney M. Rhett DeHart announced today that two Columbia men were sentenced to federal prison after pleading guilty to aiding and abetting the possession with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine base. Jamil Shamond Brennan, 26, of Columbia, was sentenced to more than 9 years in prison. Tevin Brosia, 27, of Columbia, was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison.
Myrtle Beach, SCPosted by
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Six Additional Defendants Arrested in Joint State/Federal Investigation into 35-Member Interstate Cocaine Trafficking Conspiracy

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina — Acting United States Attorney M. Rhett Dehart announced today that a joint team of dozens of federal, state, and local law enforcement officers, led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), arrested six individuals who have been charged in federal court for their roles in an interstate drug trafficking organization that operated out of Myrtle Beach, Conway, Florence, and New York City.
Buffalo, NYBuffalo News

Jail inmate who set up drug shipments gets 20-year sentence

A man who arranged for shipments of illegal drugs to Buffalo while he was in Niagara County Jail has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy Jr. announced. Nathaniel “Stretch” Myers, 29, identified by Kennedy as a member of the Bloods, a local gang with...
Naples, FLdavidlawrencecenter.org

DLC Peer Recovery Coach Jake Ponsky Earns Recovery Peer Specialist Certification

Naples, Fl – David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health (DLC), Collier County’s only comprehensive, not-for-profit behavioral health provider serving children, adults and families, announced that Jake Ponsky, a Peer Recovery Coach working in DLC’s new Hospital Bridge program, has earned his Recovery Peer Specialist Adult-Family Certification from the Florida Certification Board.
Forrest County, MSWDAM-TV

6pm Headlines 7/26

Crack cocaine, more than $11K seized during drug bust in Rawls Springs. Class is back in session for Forrest County School District. Class is back in session for Forrest County School District. Crime. Man accused of sexually abusing toddler arrested in Jones Co. Updated: 15 hours ago. |. Man accused...
Wildlifenews-oceanacidification-icc.org

Sub-lethal combined effects of illicit drug and decreased pH on marine mussels: A short-time exposure to crack cocaine in CO2 enrichment scenarios

Ocean acidification scenarios were assessed with mussel in presence of crack-cocaine. Lysosomal membrane stability, lipid peroxidation, and DNA strand breaks in Perna perna revealed toxicity increase. Adverse effects of acidification were detected for pH below 6.5. At pH 7.5–6.5 adverse effects are related to combined stressors (CO2 and cocaine). Abstract.
Reading, PAWFMZ-TV Online

Alleged cocaine trafficker busted in Reading, says Berks County DA

READING, Pa. | The Berks County DA's Office announced on Friday the arrest of a man on charges related to allegedly selling and using cocaine in Reading. In late June of 2021, the Berks County DA’s Drug Task Force says it initiated a drug trafficking investigation in the 600 block of Gordon Street, in Reading, Pa.
Berks County, PAReading Eagle

Reading man arrested after raid of house yields cocaine and guns

Berks County detectives raided a house Friday morning in the 600 block of Gordon Street and arrested the resident on charges of trafficking in cocaine. Edwin Ortiz, 35, was apprehended without incident at the residence around 6:30 a.m. The suspect was transported to the Central Processing Center in the Berks County Courthouse to await arraignment.
Timmonsville, SCwbtw.com

Two charged after guns, heroin, meth seized from Timmonsville home

FLORENCE CO, S.C. (WBTW) — A man and a woman have been charged after narcotics investigators with the Florence County Sheriff’s Office and the SWAT team searched a home in Timmonsville. Investigators seized illegal narcotics, including methamphetamine, heroin, and crack cocaine from a home on Hall Road. They also found...
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