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Drug Testing News

1/23/2018
Why police don't roadside test for cocaine

Increased drug testing by Victoria police may help detect drivers under the influence of cocaine. The current test kits only detect substances including ice, speed, MDMA, ecstasy and cannabis. [...]

1/23/2018
Police Association president backs driver saliva drug testing

New South Wales Police vow to increase the number of drivers undergoing Mobile Drug Testing at checkpoints in a TV advertising campaign. That's the question Police Association president Chris Cahill is asking about the proposed introduction of saliva testing to catch drugged drivers. [...]

1/23/2018
Patient says drug rehab over billed insurance

Point of care drug tests that identify marijuana, cocaine, opiates and methamphetamine are available for less than $20, with a 99 percent accuracy rate. But one Tampa Bay area drug rehab billed patients' insurance plans $1,200 for initial tests, then $3,400 to confirm results. [...]

1/23/2018
Bill could require drug testing of recipients of unemployment benefits

Drug testing for certain individuals attempting to qualify for unemployment benefits would be required under a bill heard Monday by the Legislature's Business and Labor Committee. [...]

1/22/2018
Combination chemotherapy may significantly improve treatment for deadly brain tumor

A diagnosis of the brain cancer glioblastoma carries a dismal prognosis, with most patients dying within five years. Now a team led by Massachusetts General Hospital investigators has found that adding the chemotherapy drug hydroxyurea to the current chemotherapy protocol for glioblastoma significantly increased survival in animal models. [...]

1/22/2018
Opioid addiction crisis prompts Cumberland County to form 'intensive' new court to save addicts

The deadly opioid addiction crisis has prompted Cumberland County officials to launch a new court to try to save addicts. In response to a crisis that is killing people, Cumberland County officials Monday announced the launch of a special court for those who fall afoul of the law because of opioid addictions. [...]

1/22/2018
20 enter San Luis town's Bahay Pagbabago

WITH the goal to help former drug users reform themselves, the Philippine National Police and the local government of San Luis recently opened the fourth batch of reformists at Bahay Pagbabago. San Luis Chief of Police Charlmar Gundaya said 20 former drug personalities were enrolled in the newest batch of the reformation program facilitated by the local police and government, with the support of different sectors of society. [...]

1/22/2018
Bill aims to introduce driver drug testing for MDMA, cannabis and methamphetamine

NZTA is running a video advertising campaign aimed at raising awareness of the dangers of driving while under the influence of drugs. It's been more than a decade since Malcolm Barnett's stepdaughter was killed in a road crash by a meth-fuelled driver. [...]

1/21/2018
Courts

Travis B. Walker, 37, of Elmore received a stay of imposition pursuant to Minnesota statutes on a felony charge of possession of child pornography; sentenced to jail 30 days, serve jail on weekends if eligible, five years supervised probation, no alcohol/controlled substance use with the exception of prescribed medications, random testing, psychological-sexual evaluation, follow recommendations of evaluation, no contact with persons under the age of 18 except for own children, submit to polygraph examinations as directed, predatory offender registration required, don't possess or use any pornographic/sexually explicit material, don't enter any establishment that has sexual entertainment as its primary business as determined by agent, no access or use of internet without approval, don't access sex/chat/social dating websites with approval of agent, obtain permission from agent before ... (more) [...]

1/21/2018
Crime Log

He was jailed on $2,000 bond pending a court hearing Jan. 24. a Darneicia P. Harris, 36, of 4015 Destiny Drive, Oxford, was charged via warrant Jan. 6 with obtaining property by false pretense. She was released on $20,000 bond pending a court hearing Jan. 22. a Lagrande Cooper, 29, of 1117 Calliber Road, Middletown, was charged via warrant Jan. 6 with fugitive warrant. [...]

1/20/2018
in Re: the Adoption of M.a.S. In the Matter of the Adoption of: M.a.S.

IN RE: THE ADOPTION OF M.A.S. In the Matter of the Adoption of: M.A.S., a minor child. Michael Cruce, Appellant, v. [...]

1/20/2018
Four-Year Ban for Two Members of Iceland's National Hockey Team

Two members of Iceland's men's national hockey team have been banned from competing for four years, RUV reports. The players in question, Bjorn Robert Sigur sson and Steindor Ingason, both failed a drug test after taking steroids banned by The National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland. [...]

1/20/2018
Police conduct Blair County drug sweep

Mirror photo by Greg Bock / Altoona Police Cpl. Tom Venios escorts drug suspect Felicia Simpson after her arrest in a Blair County drug sweep Friday. [...]

1/20/2018
Just say no to drug tests

The Horry County School Board is considering random drug testing for high school students who drive to school or participate in athletics and other extracurricular activities. It's well-intentioned, but without clear evidence that the controversial approach works, it's not a good solution for students or taxpayers. [...]

1/20/2018
UFC bantamweight Francisco Rivera suspended four years by USADA

Rivera, a veteran UFC bantamweight, has been issued a four-year suspension by an independent arbitrator stemming from his July 2016 positive drug test for the banned substance clenbuterol, USADA has announced. That suspension is retroactive to Aug. 2016, the date on which Rivera was first provisionally suspended by USADA. [...]