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Narcotics

CAPT. Mario Magsby

COAHOMA COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

NARCOTICS DIVISION

The Coahoma County Sheriff Department started the Narcotics Division in March of 2009.

This division marked the beginning of the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Departments first full time unit dedicated to drug enforcement in Coahoma County.

 

 

 

 

           

NARCOTIC DIVISION SEIZURES - March 2009 to Present

Crack Cocaine – 60 Grams                            Marijuana – 5 lbs

Money Seized – Over $7000                          Meth Labs – 3

Weapons Seized – 6                                       Vehicles Seized- 4

Felony Cases to date – Over 50

 

   
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Study Finds Ecstasy Especially Deadly for Young Users

Ecstasy is a stimulant like various classes of amphetamines, but the popular club drug is more likely to kill young and otherwise healthy users.

U.K. researchers who studied ecstasy and amphetamine related deaths found that ecstasy-related deaths were more common among "victims who were young, healthy, and less likely to be known as drug users."

Study author Fabrizio Schifano of the University of Hertfordshire said that ecstasy seemed to have a higher "intrinsic toxicity," particularly among users ages 16-24. Schifano speculated that the deaths could be related to the fact that adolescents' brains are still developing.

 

 
 
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