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First up,another aspect to recent unrest in Baltimore,Maryland.
There's enough narcotics on the streets of Baltimore to keep it intoxicated for a year.
Criminals are selling those stolen drugs.
There are-there are turf wars happening,which are leading to violence and shootings in our city.
Police say at least 175,000 dosage of prescription drugs were stolen during Baltimore's riots in April.
It could be a factor in the surge of violent crime that the city's seen since then.
The unrest followed the death of Freddie Gray.Six police officers were charged in connection with it.
Gray was fatally injured while in police custody after he was arrested in April.
Peaceful protests,violent protests and looting followed.That's when so many drugs were stolen from 27 pharmacies and two clinics.
Prescription drug abuse is not limited to Baltimore.
It's a problem seen in every part of the country.
Experts say doctors,patients and pharmacists can all play a part in identifying and preventing prescription drug abuse.
Two new announcements to tell you about as more competitors enter the 2016 race for the White House.
Lincoln Chafee made it official on Wednesday.
He served Rhode Island as a Republican U.S. senator.
Then,he was an independent governor of his state,and now,he's running for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
Rick Perry announced his candidacy on Thursday. He served as a governor of Texas for 14 years.
He ran in the 2012 presidential race and he says he's looking for a second chance for the Republican Party's nomination in 2016.
That makes a total of 14 people,10 Republicans and four Democrats,who officially entered the race. More candidates are expected to join them.