Articles Posted in Drug Crimes

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A woman in Volusia County allegedly purchased a bag of drugs with her toddler grandson in the car during the transaction.

On Tuesday, a deputy with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office was on duty in a part of town that was reported as being a regular area for people to make drug deals.

The deputy became suspicious when he reportedly watched a driver pull a vehicle over and stop on the side of the road. Someone was seen coming up to the passenger’s side of the automobile and quickly departing just before it pulled away causing the deputy to believe a drug transaction had taken place.

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A mother from South Carolina is facing charges after she allegedly took drugs and decided to take her child’s toy truck for an excursion down a main road.

Walhalla police received a report concerning a woman that was seen riding atop a motorized Power Wheels children’s toy truck on a main street.

When officers searched the area reported, they came across 25-year-old Megan Holman who is a single mother with two children.

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A man accused of breaking into homes was allegedly found carting a 4-year-old girl along with him during his purported heists.

Around 8:00 am last Thursday, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Department was alerted by a concerned person who saw an adult and a small child that they didn’t recognize walking around their neighbor’s backyard while carrying bags.

When the deputies dispatched to the Edgewater location reported, they spoke with the homeowner, who said that they found some wires on their boat that looked as if someone had tried to manipulate them in an effort to start the engine.

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The driver of a commercial truck traveling through Moorpark was pulled over for suspicion of having manufactured license plates leading to his arrest for several infractions.

On May 28, a motorcycle officer reportedly saw a semi-truck displaying a license plate that appeared to be bogus.

The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and spoke with the driver about the plate with the counterfeit characteristics, which had the word “Califas” in the spot designated for the state name. The photo provided by the Sheriff’s Office shows an unevenly shaped black rectangle with raised yellow lettering that was lined up in an irregular fashion.

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While a man was being questioned about white powder purported to be cocaine he allegedly had on the nasal region of his face he was reported as telling the deputies the substance wasn’t his.

On June 9, Hillsboro County Sheriff’s Office deputies performed a traffic stop on a vehicle carrying a driver and passenger.

Upon surveying the inside of the car one of the deputies became fixated on the passenger, identified as 20-year-old Fabricio Jimenez, when she “immediately noticed” a white substance with a powder-like appearance clinging to portions of the outer rim of his nostrils.

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While visiting the public library, a woman allegedly caught a man red-handed as he was in the midst of sexually pleasuring himself.

Around 2:30 pm on Friday, a woman was in the Sioux Falls Public Library and walking through the aisles when she allegedly saw a man sitting in a chair who appeared to be masturbating.

The woman reportedly appeared bewildered when the alleged offender made eye contact with her, and he casually said hi to her in response before he placed a sweatshirt over his lap.

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While interacting with the authorities, a woman allegedly had a bag of ecstasy and a feminine hygiene product drop from between her legs.

34-year-old Kristen Szatmary and her mother reportedly got into an explosive argument around 2:30 pm on Sunday, which resulted in a call to the police.

When a deputy from the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office went to the Vero Beach residence with the reported ruckus, he saw Szatmary sitting inside of an idle cab in front of the house.

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When the authorities tried to stop a driver that was allegedly seen running a red light, the man hesitated to pull over so that his female passenger would reportedly be able to conclude their in-motion sexual encounter.

Last Tuesday night, 55-year-old Rhonda Koppenhoefer was accompanying David Herring on a drive as a passenger in his Ford truck.

While engaged with the company of the woman, Herring failed to stop at a red traffic signal and caught the eye of law enforcement officers. When they threw on their lights to pull over Herring he reportedly hesitated and drove for an estimated 150 feet before complying with their summoning.

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After allegedly breaking into a Rossmoor home and startling the inhabitants, a suspect shed his clothing and climbed atop a nearby elementary school’s roof to try to escape the police.

While a 14-year-old boy was asleep in his bed an unknown man reportedly came into his room and woke him up. The teen said that the man talked to him for a minute and then proceeded to take off all of his clothing.

While the alleged intruder was busy disrobing, the boy went out of his bedroom to find his parents and alert them about the man. His father was outside of the house for a moment, and the teen located a meat cleaver for protection.

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A man who allegedly made an attempt to trick his former friend into opening up a toolbox filled with dog feces is facing felony charges after the police discovered drugs and a shotgun in his residence.

48-year-old Robb Alexander Stout reportedly shared a friendship with a man that had borrowed one of his possessions and did not return it.

Stout, who stated that he and his friend used to enjoy watching online videos of people pranking each other when they were hanging out, allegedly decided to devise a gag of his own in an effort to show his displeasure regarding the borrowed belonging.