drug dealer

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Noun1.drug dealer - an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs
criminal, crook, felon, malefactor, outlaw - someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
dealer - a seller of illicit goods; "a dealer in stolen goods"
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Out of the 289 barangay officials on the government's list of 'narcopoliticians,' 207 remain active in illegal drug trade, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) said on Wednesday.
Eleazar that they had been receiving information that Samsodin was involved in the illegal drug trade but only received confirmation after he was tagged by arrested drug suspects as their supplier.
Don't let me down because you are my last hope to stop the proliferation of illegal drug trade inside the Bilibid," he said.
Mayor Lopez denied involvement in illegal drug trade; however, PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino said he has been involved in the illegal drug trade since 2012.
This is the one and only glaring fact that should be evident after Secretary Aguirre revealed that DOJ prosecutors are thinking of changing their story as to my alleged involvement in the illegal drug trade.
Illegal drug trade is typical for certain regions of Kazakhstan, located near the transit routes, according to Merkel.
He had last year pegged the illegal drug trade in the state at `60,000 crore per annum.
Summary: Security forces are stepping up efforts to crack down on a growing illegal drug trade in Sidon, according to a security source, following the arrest last week of members of a prostitution ring in nearby Hlalieh.
This gives the police an interest in maintaining the status quo as it pertains to the illegal drug trade for the purpose of maximising their budgets.
But the report by the Midlands Regional Drugs Taskforce indicates that the illegal drug trade is growing in the country's rural heartland.
Hart tells the tale of art theft initiated in Ireland and how it became entangled in international crime and the illegal drug trade.
If anything, those numbers tell the sort of story that you used to expect from Rolling Stone, the one about how drug warriors co-opt the media and blame the mayhem surrounding the illegal drug trade on a substance's mythically evil attributes rather than its black-market status.