North Texas FBI Crime Blotter For July 20-26Here's the latest weekly roundup of criminals caught, charged and sentenced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the country's principal federal law enforcement agency.
Tiger Among Wild Animals Found During Drug Search Of Texas HomeAuthorities seized animals including a white Bengal tiger, bobcat, llamas and emus after finding them at a South Texas residence while executing a search warrant last week.
DEA Launching Effort To Crack Down On Major Meth 'Transportation Hubs' Such As Dallas AreaThe Drug Enforcement Administration has announced a new effort to crack down on major methamphetamine "transportation hubs" around the U.S., including the Dallas area.
2nd Deadly Drug Overdose Likely Connected To North Texas Drug Trafficking RingA lead detective on the case revealed in federal court Wednesday, a new fentanyl overdose this week in the DFW area will be tied to this organization and likely lead to more charges.
North Texas Drug Trafficking Suspects Including Former Plano Detective, Mother Of 10 Appear At Federal Detention HearingFederal prosecutors call Gary Collin Bussell, 50, the head of a drug trafficking organization out of this home on Gilbert Avenue in North Dallas.
Plano Police Detective Frank Dockery Resigns After Being Arrested In Drug Trafficking InvestigationThe Drug Enforcement Administration said a group of ten men and women were trafficking illegal drugs including fentanyl.
Park Cities Mother Of 10, Gina Bishop-Corwin, Arrested For Drug TraffickingAuthorities said a group of ten men and women were trafficking illegal drugs including fentanyl.
DEA To Accept Vaping Devices, Cartridges During 18th National Drug Take BackFor the first time, the Drug Enforcement Administration will now accept vaping devices and cartridges at any drop off locations during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Angels PR Employee Supplied Tyler Skaggs With Opioids, ESPN ReportsThe Los Angeles Angels say they don't know whether a longtime public relations official had been providing drugs to late pitcher Tyler Skaggs, as detailed in a report on ESPN's "Outside the Lines."
Report: DEA Investigating Where Angels Pitcher Tyler Skaggs Got Drugs That Were In His System When He Died In TexasThe death of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs in North Texas on July 1, has led to the U.S. Drug and Enforcement Administration getting involved.
DOJ Moves To Add More Marijuana Growers For ResearchFor years, the University of Mississippi has been the only entity federally licensed to produce marijuana for research.
Drug Smugglers On High Seas Prosecuted In North TexasA video from the U.S. Coast Guard recently showed crew members jumping onto a moving homemade submarine, operated by drug smugglers in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Fishermen Find 30 Bricks Of CocaineOfficials say the drugs have a street value of $1 million.
Armed DEA Imposters On The Run After Botched BurglaryTwo DEA imposters are on the run outside of Houston after a botched burglary attempt.
Dallas Doctor Carlos Luis Venegas Sentenced To 13 Years For Prescribing Narcotics To Homeless For No Medical ReasonCarlos Luis Venegas, 62, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance following a five-day trial in early February.