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Around 6:30 pm, DEA agents concluded a car chase right on 115th street between Broadway and Riverside Drive, right in front of Schapiro. DEA agents handcuffed two men, who—according to a doorman who witnessed the scene—had been driving a blue mustang with Florida plates. One of the agents told Bwog that the two men have […]

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Keri Blakinger, Cornell ’11 was found with six ounces (roughly $150,000) of heroin on Sunday. She was arrested in Ithaca. Yeesh!

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OK, let’s all take a deep breath. Here’s the latest news on Operation Ivy League, and a run-down of what’s happened today, who’s written about it, and what’s next. The most recent news: as of 7:20 p.m., Bwog has some important updates from the Special Narcotics Prosecutor’s Office. Kati Cornell, the Communications Representative, just told […]

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MyFoxNY is reporting that five Columbia students were arrested today for drug dealing. Undercover NYPD officers bought a variety of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, and LSD, from these students. The suppliers to these students were also arrested. This has been an ongoing drug investigation that Police Commissioner Ray Kelly dubbed “Operation Ivy League.” Since July, […]

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