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crackhead

n. a user of crack. (Drugs.) They brought an eight-year-old crackhead in for treatment.
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A cop who was named Texas Officer of the Year for his undercover work in Tulia, the son of a widely admired Texas Ranger, says a known crackhead or an unemployed high school dropout delivered cocaine to him.
Copies of the documentary CRACKHEADS GONE WILD is available for media distribution, and interviews with the film producers and directors are available by contacting The FMG/Glenn Group at 713-320-7788/713-256-6243 or via email at mrharveyglenn@yahoo.
Drug crackheads would gatecrash the homes of elderly and vulnerable tenants to take their fix.
Last summer, some crackheads broke into their house while they were away
Well, I suspect her glittering, golden world is about to come crashing down around her ears now because, if he's got any sense, Jefferson Hack, the father of their daughter Lila, will launch a custody battle to get his little girl away from his ex and all the crackheads she chooses to hang around with.
But it is becoming a drug controlled by violent, professional drug traffickers, who routinely mix the drug with more dangerous, addictive--and, hence, profitable--substances, and who aim to convert today's Ecstasy users into tomorrow's crackheads, to turn Ecstasy into what it has not yet become: A gateway drug.
The stories are about how violent and frightening London has become, and in Jack and Tony we have two cops who are tough enough to put the gun-toting crackheads where they belong - in jail.
He writes of having "almost killed somebody" named Red over drugs; or buying a home in Brooklyn where the drug scene was so blatant that crackheads would knock on his door asking if he wanted a hit of the pipe.
Here, life was cheap and sex was cheaper - female crackheads were reputed to sell their bodies for just pounds 3 of drugs, while rapes and other assaults often went unreported.
cry that welfare recipients must "get out of the cart and help the rest of us push" found resonance at the time in a public official's claim that "you can't expect the hard-working people of suburban Chicago to go into the same health care alliance as the crackheads in Chicago.
Now 38, Jennifer grew up in a modest apartment on the Upper West Side of New York - an area she described as "pretty seedy", with crackheads on the corner nearby.
I think it's good that the city's doing something to help them out--we have a huge population of crackheads and heroin addicts.
The suggestion implicit in Parks' motion to return to a zero-tolerance policy -- that the LAPD's many tests might still allow crackheads onto the force -- is simply ludicrous.
The stories are about how violent and frightening London has become, and in Jack and Tony we have two cops tough enough to put the gun-toting crackheads where they belong - in jail.
Tina, 39, from Toxteth, Liverpool, says: "There was a time when heroin addicts and crackheads were separate.