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Robert L. Corso

Special Agent In Charge of the Detroit Field Division

The DEA

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January 12, 2011 e-news

www.asipp.org [cached]

Joining in the announcement were Robert L. Corso, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Detroit Field Division, and Andrew Arena, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Detroit Division.


2009, KNOA Conference, Louisville | kynarc.org

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KNOA Conference Louisville, KY December 7, 2009; DEA Special Agent in Charge for the Detroit Region, Robert Corso addresses the Annual Conference.


News 10

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Robert L. Corso, DEA Special Agent in Charge said, "This indictment is another example of DEA's determination to combat the troubling prescription drug abuse problem in this country.


www.wilsonbank.com

The DEA had reasons to believe that Harvard's oxycodone and hydrocodone sold from March 2008 to March 2010 ended up in the hands of drug traffickers or illegal businesses, according to Robert Corso, special agent in charge of the DEA office in Detroit.
Oxycodone and hydrocodone are controlled substances under federal narcotics law. The suspension of the license was deemed necessary because the firm's actions poses danger to public health and safety, Corso said.


Fentanyl Detox for Fentanyl addiction - Florida Detox

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"We don't know the extent of the problem," said Robert Corso, DEA special agent in charge in Detroit.


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