New York City Cops to Put GPS Devices on Oxycontin 'Bait Bottles' to Track Criminals

Cops in New York City will soon begin outfitting dummy bottles of the powerful painkiller Oxycontin with GPS tracking devices in an effort to crack down on violent drugstore robberies and a growing illicit trade. So-called "bait bottles" that look like the addictive prescription drug but are really filled with a harmless placebo and will be outfitted with a tiny tracking device, which police hope will lead them to black market dealers. "In the event of a robbery or theft, we'll be able to...Full Story
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