The federal trial began Tuesday of a former Deutsche Bank executive who is suing the city of Los Angeles and two police officers for $20 million.
Meg Higgins, owner of Her Miracle Network, said the ability of “bath salts” and other substances to go undetected underscores the need to adapt standard testing.
Sheriff’s deputies in San Bernardino County conducted the investigation into reports of military personnel and local teens purchasing synthetic narcotics, authorities said Friday.
Prosecutors Tuesday announced charges against three men accused of selling, possessing and distributing hallucinogenic drugs known as “bath salts” in Ventura County.
Last night, Sharon Tay introduced KCAL9 viewers to Hanna, a 21-year-old ballerina whose life was nearly destroyed by the horrific drug known as “bath salts.”
Say “bath salts” and most of us think of the stuff you sprinkle in a tub. But bath salts are the name of a dangerous and powerful new drug that turns normal people into zombies.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Saturday issued an official warning against the usage of “bath salts.”
Authorities have released an audio recording of an exchange between officers and a Deutsche Bank executive, who’s suing the LAPD for allegedly using excessive force.
If you’re a parent who wants to brush up on your knowledge of dangerous substances in order to keep your kids safe, you might want to read on.
A Deutsche Bank executive is suing the Los Angeles Police Department for allegedly using excessive force and has CBS2 obtained the bank report at the heart of Brian Mulligan’s $50 million claim.