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Category Archives: Drug Crimes

HUGE Marijuana Bust in Preble County — Largest in Ohio State Highway Patrol History?

On June 14, Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers seized a ton of marijuana in Preble County. Actually, the exact amount police confiscated was 2,330 pounds. And while this is indeed a staggering amount of marijuana, it is only the second largest cannabis bust in Ohio State Highway Patrol history. The largest occurred in 2005 and… Read More »

Largest Drug Bust in Geauga County in More Than 30 Years

Geauga County, home to the country’s second largest Amish population, is located only 30 miles outside of Cleveland. However, its culture and suburban setting do not protect it from the crime and corruption of the big city. On Friday, June 13, the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office announced that it had conducted perhaps the largest drug… Read More »

Legalization of Marijuana in Ohio: Coming Soon?

Currently, 21 states allow marijuana for medical use. Additionally, two states, Colorado and Washington, have made recreational cannabis use for adults legal. In Ohio, the legalization of marijuana in the state has garnered a lot of attention. Recently, Quinnipiac University conducted a poll on marijuana legalization and obtained the following data: 87 percent of Ohio… Read More »

Heroin Deaths in Ohio on the Rise

More than a century ago, heroin was first created and used as a cough medicine. It wasn’t long after its creation, however, that heroin found a place among poets, artists and musicians. During the 1920s, many addicts collected scrap metal from junkyards to support their habit and the term junkie was born. Today, heroin is… Read More »

Two Synthetic Drugs Recently Banned in Ohio

With the exception of Washington and Colorado, marijuana remains illegal across the United States. The illegality of cannabis has given rise to many new and dangerous synthetic drugs that claim to mimic the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary compound in marijuana. Sold as herbal incense in head shops in Ohio and other states, these… Read More »

Police Arrest 26 in Ohio Drug Trafficking Ring

In mid-March of this year, 26 individuals were arrested in relation to a drug trafficking case in Southeast Ohio. In addition, warrants were issued for 17 other people. The charges range from the manufacturing of methamphetamine to the possession of pharmaceuticals such as Oxycodone. The suspects range in age from 20 to 56 years old…. Read More »

The Consequences of a Drug Dealing Conviction

A few days ago, U.S. District Court Judge Frederick P. Stamp Jr. sentenced Ohio man Michael T. McGee, 43, to 262 months in prison. After a three-day jury trial, the Steubenville defendant was found guilty of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine. McGee also has prior convictions for armed robbery… Read More »

Ex-Ohio State Football Player Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking

Drug trafficking is a serious crime. It endangers the public, puts youth at risk and often leads to gang violence. As a result, state and federal governments punish those found guilty swiftly and severely. From 2006-2009, Ray Small, now 27, was a wide receiver for Ohio State. On April 3, 2014, Small was sentenced to… Read More »

Marijuana: Still a Crime in Ohio

Recently, some states have legalized recreational marijuana use. Ohio, isn’t one of them. In fact, while some parts of the country have adopted a lax policy regarding cannabis consumption, marijuana is still illegal under federal law and throughout the state of Ohio. If you or your loved one is arrested for any type of marijuana… Read More »

Pain Doctors Walk Tightrope Between Healer and Criminal Suspect

Pain management clinics perform a vital service for patients with chronic illnesses and acute injuries. Without pain medications, some patients would be unable to work or even handle everyday tasks. In some cases, untreated pain would be excruciating and unbearable. However, not everybody who relies on the services of a pain clinic is a legitimate… Read More »

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