KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration today announced that Knoxville will be the 13th pilot city to be part of a comprehensive law enforcement and prevention “360 Strategy,” designed to help cities dealing with the heroin and prescription drug abuse epidemic, and the violent crime that accompanies it. DEA Louisville Special Agent In Charge D. Christopher Evans made the announcement, along with members from other local and federal agencies and organizations in law enforcement, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and community outreach.
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CELINA, Tenn. -- DEA investigators this week conducted inspections at several pharmacy locations in the Clay County, Tennessee town of Celina, following an inquiry into irregular patterns of pill purchases from drug distribution companies. DEA is now investigating possible criminal activity involving the illicit diversion of controlled prescription pharmaceuticals at each of the pharmacies in question. According to sales data, these pharmacies purchased nearly 1.5 million pills in 2017, a number not typically reflective of a rural area such as Clay County.
Stuart Encourages West Virginians To Participate In DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 15th National Prescription Drug Collection Event Scheduled For Saturday, April 28th From 10:00am To 2:00pm
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - United States Attorney Mike Stuart is encouraging everyone to participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday, April 28, 2018. The event, held from 10:00am to 2:00pm, provides an opportunity for people to safely dispose of unwanted, unused or expired prescription medications. The service is free and anonymous.
Major Takedown Dismantles Multi-state Heroin And Fentanyl Network Project Huntington: Operation Saigon Sunset Takes At Least 450 Grams Of Fentanyl – Enough To Kill More Than 250,000 People -- Off Streets
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - United States Attorney Mike Stuart and the Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge, D.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - A Huntington woman pleaded guilty to a federal drug crime, announced Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge D. Christopher Evans. Lorie A. Mayhon, 43, entered her guilty plea for conspiracy to distribute oxycodone. Special Agent in Charge Evans commends the investigative efforts of the West Virginia State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration.