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Florida officials say drug possession of Molly is increasing

Recently, former Disney star, Miley Cyrus has been in the news for many reasons. First she was seen proactively dancing on a television music award show. Now she is making headlines for her alleged promotion of a drug named, Molly. This drug is making it sway into Florida, a recent report notes and may lead some to face arrest for crimes such as drug possession.

4 men arrested for drug sales and trafficking in Florida

An affluent Florida community was surprised recently when an arrest happened in their quiet town. The arrests for drug sales and trafficking happened in Weston, in a neighborhood known for its quiet, suburban streets. Now, four men are working to defend themselves against the criminal accusations that have been filed.

Six in Florida face drug possession and other charges

Florida police say that they have taken six local residents into their custody after an incident occurred recently. Those in custody have been accused with crimes such as drug possession, of a firearm and child neglect. The arrests happened in the Parker area on a weekend evening.

Drug sales among charges made against Florida man

A police dog named Harley was recently involved in a case that happened in Hollywood. The dog was a part of a law enforcement group that entered a Florida home that they suspected was involved in drug activity. The dog sniffed the premises, an action that ended with accusations against three people for drug sales and possession.

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