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Shot in part at the Chelsea Hotel, its intimate look at his friends cutting their hair, lounging and chatting, and shooting amphetamines shocked and engaged viewers.
The war drove her to war reportage and, eventually, Chadwick reports, to alcoholism and amphetamines.
Inside the car, troopers found 14g of marijuana, 4 amphetamine pills, and 3g of psilocybin mushrooms, reported E!
After searching the vehicle, police allegedly found 14 grams of marijuana, four amphetamine pills and three grams of hallucinogenic mushrooms.
Around 10 million amphetamine pills were seized during the same operation.
Vaden has been charged with hit-and-run, obstructing an officer, bail jumping, driving with a revoked license, misdemeanor retail theft and possession of amphetamine, as officers found one blue ecstasy pill in his pocket.
Police said at a Tuesday news conference that there has been a recent surge in drug cases, with amphetamine pills, marijuana, ketamine and ice seized in 11 unconnected cases since March 25.
Since testing for steroids began in 2003 and amphetamines were banned three years later, the productivity and durability of players over 30 have sharply declined.
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AMPHETAMINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of amphetamine for English Language Learners
: a drug that causes the nervous system to become more active so that a person feels more energy and mental excitement
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