A Dallas woman is suing a drug store chain for false arrest and defamation after a suspicious pharmacy worker reported her to police, leading to charges of fraudulently fulfilling a prescription, charges that police had to retract.
We've previously written about football players who fall into trouble with the law over drug issues. Now, another man, who once played for the Dallas Cowboys, faces drug distribution charges.
Seven men, including one from the Dallas-Forth Worth suburb of Saginaw, Texas, have been arrested and charged in a federal drug trafficking and murder-for-hire case. The U.S. attorney's office in Houston, which led the investigation, said the case covered multiple states.
As expected, a Texas prosecutor wants to revoke the probation of a troubled former professional football player now that police say he has been found in possession of drugs without a prescription. Police in another state said the man broke into homes to steal the prescription painkillers.