There are some big advantages to hiding your meth lab inside a vehicle. Just ask Walter White. His Breaking Bad crew spent five seasons evading the DEA and local cops in part by cooking crank in a dilapidated mobile home in the New Mexican wilderness. John Day wasn't quite that creative, but police ... More >>
Is Walter White overtaking Tony Montana as Florida's iconic drug dealing anti-hero of choice? Earlier this month police in Florida found a stuffed White doll in a car parked outside a meth house, and now another Florida man who won a fan contest to watch the series finale of Breaking Bad with the ... More >>
Life in Florida imitates art -- especially the kind of art that deals with drug dealing. Last week we noted a Miami cocaine shipping case that eerily mirrored the second season of The Wire. This week we bring you something of a real-life Breaking Bad. Well, at least it involves tons of meth and Walt ... More >>
Forget Breaking Bad, Ray Callin Jr. was found parking bad. Deputies in Okaloosa County received calls that a man had fallen in sleep inside a truck in a parking lot. They they discovered that the 40-year-old Callin had been sitting in the truck all day cooking meth. Which apparently just tuckered ... More >>
Who knew Fidel Castro and the Kardashians had anything in common?Turns out few things are actually less popular than the United State Congress right now. According to a poll by Public Policy Polling, Americans find head lice, Brussels sprouts, traffic jams and cockroaches more preferable than Congre ... More >>
For Joleen Crisp and her 65-year-old associate Renter Pete Atwood, it's all meth all the time. Police found the duo cooking meth in a Daytona Beach Shores motel just hours before Crisp, 32, was scheduled to appear in court for previous charges on making meth.
Sorry Tony, but your habit is so 2006.Americans seem to be getting high as hell, with more Americans saying they've used drugs in the past year than any other year since the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration began taking a survey in 2002. About nine percent said they've us ... More >>
A teenager plummets from a luxury high-rise, leaving behind a mystery.
A local drug-testing company is desperately seeking tweekers.
"Tweak!" (Rude Photo)
A parade of crazies keeps this Sea afloat
If it gets you high, chances are that James Hall knows more about it than anyone anywhere