One In 8 People Have Cocaine On Their Hands, Study FindsResearchers at the University of Surrey discovered that 13 percent of drug-free individuals had illegal drugs mixed in with their fingerprints.
Woman Claims Wind Blew Cocaine Into Her Purse, Police SayPolice say an officer smelled marijuana and, after searching the car, found cocaine and marijuana in separate bags inside a purse.
Fast-Food Customer Finds Extra Item In Bag: CocaineA northwest Indiana restaurateur is accused of dealing drugs -- an operation undone, police say, when some of the product was given to the wrong person.
Students Catch Teacher Doing Drugs In Classroom: Ind. AuthoritiesA teacher at Lake Central High School, in St. John, Ind. faces drug-related charges after allegedly being caught by students using drugs in her classroom.
Aurora Gang Member Pleads Guilty To Selling Drugs, Gun To InformantAn Aurora gang member pleaded guilty Friday to selling drugs and a gun to a confidential police informant.
Elgin Man Gets 15 Years For Hiding Kilogram Of Cocaine From CopsProsecutors said Carlos Garcia-Perez was prepared to sell a kilogram of cocaine to a police informant for $27,000 in March 2013.
Feds Charge 24 With Transporting Drugs To Chicago Via AmtrakTwo dozen people are facing federal drug charges after prosecutors say they used Amtrak trains to transport cocaine and heroin from California to Chicago.
Waukegan Man Sold Cocaine To Undercover OfficerDaniel Blalock is charged with four counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance and one count of unlawful possession by a felon.
Prosecutors: Driver In Fatal Indiana Crash In July Was On CocaineHancock County prosecutors said blood results from the day of the crash showed 53-year-old Charles Goodman was under the influence of cocaine. Prosecutors have added a new charge of operating while intoxicated, causing death.
South Loop Traffic Stop Nets More Than $200K In DrugsOfficers in the Chicago Police Department’s Bicycle Unit pulled a man over after they saw him talking on a cellphone while at a stoplight in the South Loop during the Thursday evening rush hour, police said.
Reputed "El Chapo" Lieutenant To Be Sentenced In Drug Cartel CaseA reputed lieutenant of captured Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman was to be sentenced Monday for his part in a $1 billion conspiracy to traffic narcotics to Chicago and other cities.
Secret Testimony Of Chicago Twins Who Took On 'El Chapo'Prosecutors have pulled back the curtain a little on the largest drug case ever made in Illinois, publicly revealing for the first time the secret testimony that the Flores brothers turned against Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and his powerful Sinaloa drug cartel.