George Jung, a notorious drug smuggler whose life story was made into the film “Blow” starring Johnny Depp, gave a wide-ranging interview to KPIX 5 reporter Cate Cauguiran at the home in a San Francisco suburb.
An Oakland woman has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and child abuse for the death in May of her 2-year-old son, who ingested cocaine while in her care.
After his June release from prison, George Jung, a notorious drug smuggler whose life story was made into the film “Blow,” starring Johnny Depp, is finishing his supervised parole in a San Francisco suburb and promoting a book chronicling his life in the cocaine trade.
A Tuesday traffic stop in Oakland led to a drug arrest and the confiscation of more than $17,000 in drugs and cash.
A man so notorious a movie was made about his life just walked out of prison. Ex-kingpin “George Jung” is now in San Francisco where he will finish serving his sentence.
A San Francisco woman was sentenced earlier this week to more than six years in prison for possession of crack cocaine with the intent to distribute, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Authorities raided a small neighborhood market in San Rafael that allegedly sold methamphetamine and cocaine alongside milk and bread. Three people have been arrested, including the store’s owner.
Authorities in the East Bay have arrested 17 people and seized $18 million in drugs in what officials describe as one of the region’s biggest drug busts.
A 17-year-old El Sobrante boy was arrested at a Wingstop restaurant in Pinole after he was spotted with a loaded gun in his waistband, police said Thursday.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a San Jose man after seizing $1.5 million worth of crystal methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin along with guns and $825,000 in cash from an East San Jose home on Friday.