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We saw it in the case of Matthew Shepard, who we now learn was not a victim of homophobia, but of a drug deal gone bad.
A 21-year-old man faces robbery and methamphetamine- possession charges in connection with an alleged drug deal gone bad near North Eugene High School, Lane County sheriff's officials said.
As sharp as the designer togs he wears, Mike (Patrick J Adams) is on the run from a drug deal gone bad when he accidentally lands a job with a top New York legal eagle, Harvey (Gabriel Macht).
He has pleaded not guilty to the crime and blamed it on Berry, who said he killed Byrd in a drug deal gone bad.
Raphael used his weapon because of a drug deal gone bad.
This is an action-packed, dark adventure about two small time drug dealers Hank (George Nelson) and Leroy (Russell Clay), that are double-crossed and almost killed in a drug deal gone bad.
Two men were arrested Friday after a Eugene police officer witnessed them involved in a drug deal gone bad, a police spokesman said.
They discover that Amanda's party-monster mom Helene (Amy Ryan) makes Britney Spears look like Donna Reed, that a drug deal gone bad may have had something to do with the girl's disappearance, and that there are more awful things that can happen to a little kid than you would ever want to know about.