Wes Welker is in a bad way right now. In the midst of recovering from his third concussion in 10 months, the veteran wide receiver was reportedly suspended four games by the NFL on Tuesday for violating the league’s drug policy.
Organizers of this year’s Electric Zoo Festival on Randall’s Island are unveiling new safety measures for partygoers.
An upstate New York man was arrested Wednesday morning on narcotics charges in connection to the overdose death of another man at a New York City music festival, authorities said.
“Glow parties” are popular among teenagers. But police said music and dancing is not all that is going on, and they have issued a warning to parents.
Police on Long Island have arrested four people in connection with an attempted grand larceny that took place in New Cassel on Thursday night.
According to authorities, Darius Ghahary was selling heroin, oxycodone, marijuana and MDMA – better known as Molly or ecstasy – out of his rented Upper Saddle River home.
Authorities on Long Island are warning about the hazards of so-called “Skittles” drug parties, which seem to be gaining in popularity.
Wednesday morning, there was little evidence of Monday night’s shooting when authorities said 20-year-old Richard Shoop walked into the mall with a rifle, fired at random objects and then killed himself.
The causes of death have not been officially determined, but the city said it appeared both involved the drug MDMA, known as ecstasy, or as molly in its powder or crystal form.
Ross’ song “U.O.E.N.O. (You Ain’t Even Know It)” features the following lyrics: “Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it. I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.”
Parents may have reason for concern if they hear their children talking about “Molly.” It isn’t the name of a friend, but a common alias for a potentially dangerous drug.
Andrew Schreier was behind the wheel when he pulled alongside another car, pulled out a gold badge, and said “I’m a cop, and I’ll give you tickets,” according to Nassau County police.
What if a club drug, known for giving users a feeling of euphoria and trust, could do more than give users an illegal high?