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The consequences of a marijuana drug possession charge

Medical marijuana is now legal in Florida. However, many people who do not qualify for medical reasons still resort to using the substance recreationally. Little do they realize that marijuana possession is still a criminal offense. Individuals who are caught with small amounts of cannabis risk cutting their bright and promising futures short. 

The biggest problem with flakka is not the outrageous headlines

"Did you hear the story about the man who was found in Brevard County having sex with a tree?" While this may sound like the start to a joke, it's in fact the start to a real news story in 2014 involving a 41-year-old man who was arrested in Florida for several crimes related to use of the drug known as flakka.

Heroin a growing threat across USA, police say

WASHINGTON - Heroin and other opiate addiction is now claiming more lives in many communities than violent crime and car crashes, say America's top law enforcement officials who gathered here Wednesday to discuss the increasing devastation caused by the drug.

Homeowner returns to discover grow house remains

CAPE CORAL, FL - It's a homeowner's rental nightmare. A Cape Coral man comes back from overseas to find his locks changed and his property damaged. Police say someone used it as a grow house and that's just the beginning. The homeowner's identity had also been stolen.

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