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Drug Charges Archives

Feds arrest 29 in drug, counterfeit ring

Nearly 30 people have been arrested because of their alleged involvement in a smuggling ring, and they face a variety of felony charges, including drug charges. Their arrests reportedly led to the recovery of more than $300 million in goods, which federal officials said is one of the largest hauls ever.

Task force works to quash crime in Northern Virginia

In its first two years, the Northern Virginia Violent Crimes Task Force, comprised of officers from local police and federal agencies, has tallied more than 200 state and federal convictions of offenders dealing in drug trafficking, drug sales, robbery, burglary and other criminal acts in the area.

Elderly doctor charged with prescription distribution

A 73-year-old doctor recently was placed under arrest and jailed without bail on charges of drug possession with intent to distribute. The elderly physician was taken into custody at his Old Mount Vernon Road home by police from Prince William and Fairfax counties in Virginia for allegedly selling narcotics without a prescription.

Fairfax County police claim largest prescription drug raid ever

Fairfax County, Virginia, police descended on more than one dozen local businesses in a recent morning drug trafficking sting. Officials believe they scored the county's largest haul of illegal prescription drugs when they raided 13 stores in Alexandria, Springfield and Falls Church.

12 indicted in alleged Virginia cocaine smuggling ring

One dozen people have been indicted in an ongoing federal drug trafficking investigation in northern Virginia known as "Operation Springfield Snow." The 12 alleged traffickers are believed to be part of a larger cocaine smuggling operation headquartered in Mexico.

Salem nurse in drug recovery gets reduced jail term

A Salem nurse who admitted she had become addicted to narcotics following an ankle injury will serve a 30-day jail term for stealing prescription drugs for personal use from a veterans hospital. The health care professional, who is banned from nursing by the courts, has been sober and in recovery for the last two years.

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