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Kelvin James Dark—an Alabama rapper who goes by the names "Mr. Alabama" and "K Digga"—was arrested in Atlanta after he allegedly tossed $250K worth of meth over an apartment balcony during a police raid.
Federal agents in Philadelphia have seized a large cargo ship owned by JPMorgan Chase that was reportedly carrying 20 tons of cocaine on board with a street value of $1.3 billion.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner's toxicology report states that Precious Harris' death was caused by "cocaine toxicity which aggravated hypertensive cardiovascular disease (high blood pressure)."
Kodak Black Hides Behind a Bunch of $100 Bills As He’s Released From Jail on $20K Cash Bond After Drugs & Weapons Arrest at U.S. Border
In the words of T.I., Kodak Black was released from jail "quickly, expeditiously." Following his arrest Wednesday (Apr. 17) at the U.S.-Canada Border on drug and weapon possession charges, a judge allowed the rapper to post a $20,000 cash bond Thursday in exchange for his freedom.
Just hours after it was reported that Kodak Black had canceled a concert Wednesday night (Apr. 17) at the House of Blues in Boston, it was revealed that the Florida rapper had been arrested by U.S. Customs Agents for weapons and drugs charges at the U.S.-Canada border earlier that day.
Police in Greenville, South Carolina said that a grandmother who was believed to have gone missing with her 16-month-old grandson was arrested after they found out she took the baby with her to buy and use crack cocaine.
After deliberating for six days, a jury in Brooklyn federal court has found notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán guilty on all 10 charges. He faces life in prison.
Colin Kroll, the CEO and co-founder of the popular HQ Trivia app, was found dead early Sunday morning (Dec. 16) of a suspected drug overdose. He was 35 years old.
Ty Dolla $ign Facing Up to 15 Years in Prison for Felony Cocaine Possession, Rapper Says He’s 100% Innocent
Ty Dolla $ign has been indicted on drug charges, including two felony counts, that could see him spending up to 15 years of his life behind bars.
The feds have Philadelphia rapper AR-AB and his OBH movement in their crosshairs, and they could be headed to prison for a very long time.
Young Thug posed for a new mugshot after surrendering to Georgia police on Tuesday (Sep. 11) after an arrest warrant was put out in Dekalb County related to his indictment on 8 felony drug charges.
Mac Miller has died. He was found Friday afternoon at his San Fernando Valley home and was pronounced dead at the scene. The suspected cause of death at this time is a drug overdose. He was 26 years old.
Mac Miller has died at the age of 26 of an apparent drug overdose, TMZ reports. The rapper reportedly was Friday (Sep. 7) around noon at his home in San Fernando Valley and was pronounced dead at the scene, law enforcement sources said.
Demi Lovato is reportedly in stable condition after being rushed to a Los Angeles hospital Tuesday (Jul. 24) following an apparent drug overdose.
Mugshot Madness: Jim Jones Arrested for Drugs & Gun Possession After Leading Police on Chase Down Georgia Highway
Jim Jones was arrested in Georgia after leading police on a chase that ended with him getting popped for possession of drugs and a firearm, TMZ reports.
G-Eazy has been arrested in Sweden after allegedly getting caught with cocaine and attacking security guards, TMZ reports.
There is a new drug that has hit the streets called "gutter water," and it took the life of a Nigerian man over the weekend. The drug is a combination of codeine, Rohypnol (aka "roofies"), tramadol, cannabis and water or juice.
The shocking video—which was viewed over 1 million times and originally posted on December 1, 2017—shows Brianna Ashanti Lofton holding a cigarillo filled with weed to her 1-year-old daughter's lips as the child appears to inhale and let out a puff of smoke.
#ParentingFail: North Carolina Mom Arrested After Video Showing Baby Smoking Weed Goes Viral on Facebook
A North Carolina woman is facing serious charges after video footage of her infant baby smoking marijuana went viral on social media.
DEA Launches Investigation Into Lil Peep’s Death, Mariah Bons Accused of Giving Him Xanax Laced With Fentanyl
The focus of the DEA's investigation into Lil Peep's death is a series of text messages and Twitter DMs allegedly sent by a woman named Mariah Bons, who saw Lil Peep before he died and is believed to have provided Peep with the Fentanyl that ultimately killed him.