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FOX 5 New York, April 27, 2016
NEW YORK (FOX5NY) - You don't see them dying on the streets, and in most places you don't find them dealing out in the open. But our investigation reveals we're in the worst drug crisis New York City has ever seen no matter how you cut it.
NY Daily News – April 15, 2016
Investigators have shattered an Inwood drug ring that was dealing heroin branded “$Incometax,” officials said Friday.
NY Times – April 13, 2016
The Municipal Building in Lower Manhattan, a stately blend of Roman, Italian Renaissance and Classical architecture, would seem an unlikely place for a drug dealer to set up shop. Nearly as unlikely, then, is the man accused of the crime: a New York City employee who worked in the building.
NY Post – April, 11, 2016
A city Uber driver used his car to moonlight as a heroin courier, ferrying kilos around town, authorities say.
The Wall Street Journal -- March 23, 2016
Officials confronting New York City’s surge in heroin trafficking said the past year has brought a troubling trend—a large influx of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 30 to 50 times more powerful than heroin.
New York Times – January 28, 2016
To the Editor:
Your compelling article “Drug Overdoses Propel Rise in Mortality Rates of Whites” (front page, Jan. 17) ends with this quote: “There are people whose lives are so hard they break.” But we know that lives don’t break overnight. Most people with substance use disorders started using alcohol or other drugs before the age of 18, when the brain is still developing and teenagers are vulnerable.