This matter stems from a joint investigation headed by the DEA New Haven Task Force, FBI and New Haven Police Department that included the use of court-authorized wiretaps, controlled purchases of heroin and cocaine, and seizures of bulk heroin and cocaine. The investigation revealed that Duane Filyaw, of New Haven, operated a heroin and cocaine trafficking ring in which he conspired with others to purchase narcotics from suppliers and then distribute the drugs to other suppliers of street-level dealers in and around New Haven. Escalera-Romero, who was residing in Bridgeport, worked with his associate, Neftali Fernandez, to supply Filyaw and others with bulk quantities of cocaine. … [Read more...] about Honduran National Involved In New Haven Drug Ring Sentenced
April fools for 2018
This 14-day trip from March 25th to April 7th, 2018 will highlight historic archeological marvels of the Inca, vibrant expressions of indigenous cultures, and unique flora and fauna of cherished gardens and forests. Discover ancient mysteries of the Inca while visiting the legendary citadel of Machu Picchu, breathtaking ruins of the Sacred Valley, and Cusco's cobblestone streets. See colorful and exotic flora during curated garden walks, journey through parks of tranquil beauty in Lima, and observe unique fauna in the depths of the Amazon rainforest. Dive into bustling marketplaces and connect with local peoples in welcoming communities. Explore the unparalleled treasures of Peru's past and present with Knowmad Adventures and the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Call Knowmad Adventures at 612.315.2894 (ext. 101 for Jordan) for more information and to register. This trip will likely sell out and space is limited. … [Read more...] about Lost Lands of the Inca Trip with Pete Moe, Executive Director of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Announced!
For the New York study, the researchers used an antibody test designed by the Wadsworth Center, a laboratory at the state health department. Like any test, it's not perfect: It gets false negatives about 12% of the time and false positives less than 1% of the time, according to the study. Researchers adjusted their findings to reflect those inaccuracies. … [Read more...] about Study shows 10 times more New Yorkers had Covid-19 by April than previously counted
Kevin Saunders, a mayoral candidate in Marina, Monterey County, submitted the measure. Psilocybin, Saunders told the LA Times, helped him quit heroin over a decade ago. He sees the initiative as a "natural progression" from the legalization of recreational marijuana use in November with the passage of Proposition 64. … [Read more...] about With new measure, ‘magic mushrooms’ could be decriminalized in California as early as 2018
In April, however, consumer spending faced another headwind: many businesses were closed. That could depress outlays not because people wanted to save more but because they lost opportunities to spend. Movie theaters, bars, and restauraants were closed across the country. People worked from home, depressing demand for fuel, auto repairs and parts, and mass transportation. Even things like buying bait for fishing or getting the family leisure boat cleaned became impossible. … [Read more...] about U.S. Incomes Soared 10.5% in April and Saving Rate Hit Highest Level Ever