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Ohio to Spend Hundreds of Millions to Fight Opioid Epidemic

The opioid crisis has quietly gripped the country for years and only now have we started coming to terms with it and trying to fix the problem. Overdose deaths due to synthetic opioids, such as OxyContin and Fentanyl,  have doubled in the past couple of years with 30,000 deaths annually, which is about the same…
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What To Do If Your Teen Is Arrested for Pot Possession

Did you know that 54% of Americans have said that they smoke pot and that they’re parents? If you fit in this statistic, you may not be surprised that your teen smoked pot, but are probably a bit disappointed that they didn’t tell you, and are also stressed out over the arrest. An arrest is…
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Marijuana Charges in Columbus Ohio

The use of marijuana is not a new concept. Humans have consumed it in some form or another for over five millennia, and nearly half of the population of the United States has tried it. While other states have legalized or decriminalized marijuana, it remains illegal under Ohio state law. Possession, manufacturing, cultivation, distribution, and…
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Ohio Fighting Synthetic Drugs Problem

WBNS-TV reported on March 2 that Reynoldsburg police said they believe an international substance known as betel nut was illegally imported to Columbus from Nepal or India. Police said several high school students who immigrated from Nepal were caught with betel nut after they were seen acting dazed and disoriented. “We believe there’s a euphoric…
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Marshall Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking

Dylan J. Marshall pleaded guilty in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court to a fourth-degree felony of drug trafficking, a fifth-degree felony of four counts of possession of drugs, a third-degree felony for three counts of having weapon under disability, and a first-degree misdemeanor for obstructing justice. Read More about this article at Zanesville Times Recorder.

Drugs Big Business for Ohio Dealers

“People would be walking around shopping, and they wouldn’t know what was happening,” recalled Botbyl, of Norwalk, who has been clean for three years and is studying to be a pastor.  “You’d never meet the guy you talked to on the phone.” The heroin was from Mexico, and all the runners generally spoke Spanish with…
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Fighting Federal Drug Charges in Ohio

The United States government has been adamant about cracking down on drug-related crimes since the Controlled Substance Act passed in 1970, and agencies like the Drug Enforcement Administration continue to make arrests for offenses throughout the country. In Ohio, the DEA and other agencies often conduct “drug sweeps,” which allow the law enforcement agencies to make several…
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Annual Permits for Hotels and Motels Proposed to Deter Prostitution and Solicitation Crimes in Columbus

Columbus officials are working to implement a new plan that would create stronger regulations on hotels and motels in the city in an attempt to curb solicitation and prostitution crimes occurring at the businesses, according to a recent article in the Columbus Dispatch. The Columbus City Council plans to hold a hearing on the proposed…
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Pro-Marijuana Committee Collecting Signatures to Change Expungement Law

A pro-marijuana organization in Ohio plans to begin collecting signatures for a proposed law that would allow certain cannabis crimes to be expunged once the controlled substance becomes legal in The Buckeye State. ResponsibleOhio, a political action committee trying to legalize medical and recreational marijuana in Ohio, has drafted what is referred to as the…
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