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Two Classes Cancelled

Due to lack of interest, the classes on Covert GPS and Electronic Tracking have been cancelled.  There will be two new classes announced soon.... Read more

Ten Arrested in Meth Lab Seizure in Dearborn County

Law enforcement officers arrested nine (9) individuals in connection with a methamphetamine lab that was discovered as a result of an extensive investigation conducted by detectives assigned to the Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit. Dearborn County Sheriff Detective Carl Pieczonka and Detective Norman Rimstidt of the Rising Sun Police Department by investigators and law enforcement officers from the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department,... Read more

Senator Joe Donnelly Speaks About Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin

May 12, 2015 Dear Hoosier, Prescription drug abuse and heroin use is a serious problem around the country, including in Indiana. Addressing the growing heroin and ongoing prescription drug abuse epidemics is a top priority of mine. I recently reintroduced The Heroin and Prescription Opioid Abuse Prevention, Education, and Enforcement Act with my friend Senator Kelly Ayotte, a Republican from New Hampshire. Watch this short... Read more

Tourniquets Save Agent

On May 3rd Special Agent Scott Sieben was involved in a life threatening motorcycle accident.  Scott is assigned to the DEA Evansville Post of Duty.  A vehicle pulled out in front of him on Hwy 41.  The accident sent Scott 50 yards through the air.  Scott suffered major trauma to all extremities and was bleeding out quickly.  Fortunately Evansville police officers were... Read more

Don’t Legalize Marijuana

The Washington Examiner

Don't Legalize Marijuana http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/article/2564219 By Washington Examiner | May 9, 2015 | 5:00 am States are challenging the supremacy of federal law on drug policy, so the Drug Enforcement Agency is likely to be confronted increasingly with petitions to remove marijuana from Schedule One of the Controlled Substances Act — the drugs that have "no accepted medical use." Whatever the failures of... Read more