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  • Top Drugs Detected in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana

    first_imgUsing state of the art technology, Forensic Fluids Laboratories collected extensive data of drug usage in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Analysis of the data demonstrates the most frequently used drug in each county they serve in.According to the report, the top drugs are Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Amphetamine and Methamphetamine. Other drugs detected in the analyses include opiates, cocaine, and methadoneClick here for the full results.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Top Drugs Detected in Ohio, Michigan, and IndianaAPRIL 1ST, 2019 TYRONE MORRIS INDIANA0 last_img read more

  • Housing project locked down; resident positive for COVID-19

    first_imgClose contacts of Patient No. 585 would be tested. As of yesterday, 40 residents have submitted specimens for testing. Mayor Elvira Alarcon said the lockdown covered 64 houses. The lockdown started on Monday, July 13, hours after the resident’s test result was released by the Department of Health (DOH) Region 6. Alarcon ordered policemen to guard the entrance and exit points of the housing project. ILOILO – The municipality of Batad locked down for five days a housing project after a resident tested positive for coronavirus disease  2019 (COVID-19). The patient was a farm worker. She had fever and cough on June 28. The local government unit (LGU) of Batad would provide the needs of the locked down families such as food and water, among others. The COVID-19-positive resident was a 56-year-old female (Patient No. 585) now confined at the Western Visayas Medical Center (WVMC) in Mandurriao, Iloilo City. The patient had herself checked by a doctor on June 30 at the Jesus Colmenares District Hospital in Balasan, Iloilo. She was diagnosed with community-acquire pneumonia (moderate risk). During the lockdown, said Alarcon, there would be contact tracing. On July 8 she insisted on going home despite having fever. The next day she consulted a private doctor. She had difficulty breathing and had allergy. She was eventually taken to WVMC where she was tested. “Wala man sia sang may ginkadtoan, sa uma man kag tapos sa baybay,” said Alarcon./PNlast_img read more

  • Florida Woman Calls 911 After Fridge Breaks; Officers Bring New One

    first_imgOne Martin County woman recently called 911 for a different kind of “emergency.”When her refrigerator broke and she did not have the money needed to repair it, she decided to call the police and see if they could help. Why not, right?It turns out, that was a smart move on her part.Officers responding to the Jensen Beach home of Cheryl Nanartonis informed her that 911 is meant for emergencies only.Fortunately for her though, they also decided to figure out a way to help her. The Martin County Sheriff’s Office posted about the situation on Facebook, writing, “Cheryl Nanartonis believed she was in crisis, her refrigerator broke down and her food was going to spoil. She said her resources were limited and she didn’t have the funds to buy a replacement.”“So Cheryl called 911. Although 911 is reserved for emergencies only, deputies were dispatched to Cheryl’s Jensen Beach home. They explained to Cheryl the importance of reserving 911 for emergencies only. But that’s not all,” it adds.The post continues, “Realizing how upset Cheryl was, they knew they couldn’t clear the call without taking action. So Deputy Marcum, Deputy Elliot and Sgt. Flynn made arrangements with the Jensen Beach Goodwill to donate a gently used refrigerator to Cheryl. The deputies even had it delivered, and Cheryl was back on track.”The Sheriff’s Office ended the post by thanking Sam Fincher and Peggy Brewer at the local Goodwill for helping solve Nanartonis’ problem.If you don’t try, you’ll never know! Courtesy: Martin County Sheriff’s Office/Facebooklast_img read more