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Below are the latest news articles mentioning drug from all the local Cape Cod news sources. Most of these stories should be related to recent drug raids, drug busts, other drugs related crimes or social issues like drug addiction on Cape Cod.

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Meet YPD’s new PAC pup… »

Monday March 13, 2017 - 2:23:43 pm | via Hyannis News »

The following is the actual YPD press statement: PRO-ACTIVE CRIME UNIT ADDS VERY SPECIAL NEW PARTNER Today, the Yarmouth Police Department welcomed Gauge—a 2-year-old fully trained and certified drug detection dog—to our Pro-Active Anti-Crime Unit. Gauge is a beautiful male black Labrador retriever…

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Falmouth Police Blotter - 03/07/17 to 03/10/17 »

Monday March 13, 2017 - 10:27:46 am | via CapeCodToday Police Blotter »

Deck: Busy days for Falmouth's finestTowns: FalmouthTopic: Police BlotterHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Busy days for Falmouth's finest…Main Image: Thumbnail Image: Body:  Falmouth Police Blotter 03/07/17 to 03/10/17…

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3rd Annual Community Substance Abuse Prevention Forum to Take Place at 4Cs »

Sunday March 12, 2017 - 4:30:06 am | via NewsCenter »

BARNSTABLE – An event aimed at keeping young people from making devastating choices with drugs and alcohol will encourage community participation this week. The 3rd Annual Community Substance Abuse Prevention Forum will be held on Thursday, March 16th at 5:30 inside Cape Cod Community College’s (4Cs)…

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Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department seeking correction officer candidates »

Sunday March 12, 2017 - 4:00:38 am | via Cape Wide News »

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for their 2017 Correction Officer Academy. Applicants must be at least 19 years old and have a valid driver’s license. Hiring will be on a competitive basis. Applicants must also pass a general knowledge test, background…

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Judge hears argument in Cape right-to-die case »

Wednesday March 08, 2017 - 2:23:25 pm | via Cape Cod Times Headlines »

The fight over whether a doctor should be charged when he or she helps a terminally ill patient die is playing out in a Suffolk Superior Court today.Suffolk Superior Court Judge Mary Ames is hearing arguments from the state Attorney General’s office and the Cape and Island District Attorney’s…

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Brewster Police Blotter - 02/16/17 to 03/08/17 »

Wednesday March 08, 2017 - 10:28:06 am | via CapeCodToday Police Blotter »

Deck: Four arrests in this period…Towns: BrewsterTopic: Police BlotterHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Four arrests in this period…Main Image: Thumbnail Image: Body:  Brewster Police Department Page: 1 Dispatch Log…

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Wellfleet police man for OUI drugs, other charges »

Wednesday March 08, 2017 - 4:03:14 am | via CapeCodToday Police Blotter »

Deck: 29 year old Truro man nabbed during traffic stopTowns: WellfleetTopic: Police BlotterHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: 29 year old Truro man busted during traffic stopMain Image: Thumbnail Image: Body:  Arrest Log: Wellfleet…

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Medical costs crushing today’s golden agers »

Wednesday March 08, 2017 - 1:01:00 am | via Cape Cod Times Opinion »

Slowly, our golden years are being tarnished by the rising costs of co-pays and prescription drugs.My husband’s prescription recently was $125. Come on! Pharmaceutical companies are deriving benefits from seniors who are trying to live within their means.I don’t want to have to choose between…

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Cape Cod man linked to East Wareham drug seizure sentenced »

Tuesday March 07, 2017 - 11:02:43 am | via Wareham News Headlines »

A Cape Cod man connected to the seizure of more than two pounds of the illegal drug methylone in East Wareham was sentenced on Monday in U.S. District Court in connection with running a large-scale marijuana operation. David Landry, 29, of Mashpee, was sentenced by Judge Indira Talwani to 78 months in…

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Stop avoiding the uncomfortable conversation »

Tuesday March 07, 2017 - 1:01:00 am | via Cape Cod Times Opinion »

There is so very much yet to learn about addiction. Why do people end up addicted? Can’t they just say “no”? Isn’t experimentation with drugs and alcohol just a phase that one will grow out of? Do we treat with medication? Rehabilitation? Meetings? Tough love? How do I know…

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