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Officers and officials from over 14 different federal, state, county, and local departments participated in what the Drug Enforcement Agency has termed a large scale drug bust in both Texas and New Mexico, confiscating a total of 115 pounds of marijuana.

For any of you aspiring dealers out there, advertising your goods on Craigslist is a dumb idea.

A pair of now ex-Baylor students who were arrested earlier this year have been indicted by a grand jury for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver Psilocin, the hallucinogenic compound in mushrooms.

With all of the major hauls that the border patrol seizes each week, several tons out the tens of tons which get by, a 613 pound cannabis bust typically isn’t newsworthy.

An anonymous tip on the iWatchHarrisCounty smart phone app has led to two arrests in connection with a northwest Harris County grow house, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Acting on a tip, Montgomery County Pct. 4 Deputy Constables went to 64-year-old Michael Terry’s home in Splendora to conduct a drug bust. Upon arriving they spoke with Terry who admitted to having cannabis on the property. Authorities arrested Terry for possessing two ounces of cannabis.

According to KSAT, the US border patrol has put out a curious press release in an attempt to tout their recent actions. Summarized over the course of a week, agents at various stations have collectively found two people dead, 13 more in a locked trailer, and seized over 5,000 pounds