Category Archives: Drug Crimes

Officer Harmed By Booby Trap During Marijuana Investigation

  A Wyoming, Michigan police officer was recently harmed by a booby trap in Kent County.  While responding to a burglar alarm at a medical marijuana growing operation the office fell victim to the booby trap. He will be on crutches for weeks, authorities say. As for the man who set the booby traps – […]

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Teacher Suspended After Giving Students Meth Cooking Instructions!

  Although this surprising situation took place in Canada and not here in Michigan, it has made headlines all over the US, and so we felt it was important to share with you. According to numerous media outlets, a teacher in Ontario distributed very detailed instructions on how to cook and inject methamphetamines to his eighth grade […]

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What You Need To Know About Meth in Michigan

  Methamphetamine, also known by numerous other pseudonyms such as meth, ice, crank, glass, geeter, trash, and christina, is a concentrated, crystallized form of illegally manufactured methamphetamine. It is a highly addictive and very dangerous drug. If you live in Michigan then there are some important facts that you need to know about meth.   […]

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Michigan Voters Results Revealed: No Prescriptions For PSE Cold Meds

  Yesterday he Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) made public the results of a consumer survey conducted here in Michigan. The results are very interesting. They reveal that a majority of registered Michigan voters are opposed to legislation which would make over-the-counter cold medication containing pseudoephedrine available by prescription only. Pseudoephedrine is an important ingredient […]

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What Effect Has Criminalizing Drug Use Had on The Epidemic?

  Thanks for joining us for the wrap up on how addiction affects the brain and how we can address this subject proactively. Having looked at how addiction reshapes the brain, making it very difficult for an addict to break free from addiction, we look at the current approach to drug use and discuss whether […]

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How Addiction Affects The Brain – What You Need To Know

  If you have never been addicted to something, then chances are you will never really be able to sympathize with the struggle that addicts face. But for the almost 2 million heroin and cocaine addicts, nearly 15 million alcoholics, countless millions of cigarette smokers and tens of millions of serial coffee drinkers in the […]

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Drug Addiction: Four Key Steps To Eliminating It From Society (Part 3)

  Thanks for joining us again as we unpack the subject of drug addiction and how we are unlikely to ever overcome it without a major shift in society’s perspective. Dr Mark Calarco wrote an article on the four key elements that would need to chance in the way we view addiction and addicts, which […]

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Drug Addiction: Four Key Steps To Eliminating It From Society (Part 1)

  Thanks for joining us again as we dig into the subject of drug addiction, and how our current approach is making the problem worse. In the previous two installments we looked at a couple here in Michigan who are working to raise awareness and change legislation that would allow loved one to force addicts […]

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Legislation To Allow Forced Drug Intervention For Addicts in Michigan? (Part 2)

  Thanks for joining us again as we unravel this complex subject, and discuss what needs to change  for addiction to become a thing of the past. The reality is that drug addiction has become more and and more of a problem here in Michigan and all over the U.S. with each passing year. The […]

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Legislation To Allow Forced Drug Intervention For Addicts in Michigan? (Part 1)

  Doug Chapman, a sergeant with the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Department, and his long-time partner, Molly are the couple behind a campaign to change state law. Specifically, the part of state legislation that deals with allowing family members and loved ones to intervene when someone is struggling with addiction.   Molly’s daughter, who Chapman served […]

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