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Police allegedly recovered three handguns; ammunition; drugs, including cocaine, marijuana and steroids; drug paraphernalia and scales; and about $1,500 in cash from the residence.
Some overdoses happen because a non-opioid, such as cocaine, is laced with much stronger substances such as fentanyl.
While the accord says the government should co-operate with farmers to replace coca, the raw material for cocaine, with legal crops, Mr Duque wants to return to the practice, ended by Mr Santos, of fumigating coca from the air.
Crops of coca plants, the raw material of cocaine, set records last year, earning the displeasure of President Trump.
Recovered during the investigation were 1,393 grams of heroin, 193 grams of cocaine, four handguns and $18,810 cash.
Conde is charged with felony possession of cocaine, aggravated assault for injuries to the officers, and one count each of escape and resisting arrest, according to court documents and Royle.
Betsaida Valentin, 44, of Lawrence was charged with two counts of trafficking oxycodone, and one count each of distributing oxycodone and trafficking cocaine.
Court documents say the cocaine was found in a wallet that McGowan left behind on a plane.
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COCAINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cocaine for English Language Learners
: a powerful drug that is used in medicine to stop pain or is taken illegally for pleasure
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