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After his car door was destroyed in a single-car accident with a tree, the allegedly altered vocalist from Savatage was hospitalized and then arrested.

Jon Oliva, 62, is a musician with the band Savatage. Over the years, he has also combined his musical talents with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Just after midnight last Tuesday, the Florida Highway Patrol responded to a report of a single-vehicle crash on the highway in Pascoe County.

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Two Ohio officers are facing charges with heavy penalties after being accused of attempting to distribute several kilos of fentanyl and cocaine.

33-year-old John Kotchkoski and 44-year-old Marco Merino were both narcotics officers in Columbus, Ohio.

The federal authorities suspected that the pair were working together to make money off of large drug sales, and they decided to open an investigation.

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When a Florida man was being booked into the county jail for an unrelated offense, he was allegedly found with methamphetamine hidden in his foreskin.

30-year-old Shaft Bang Adams resides in Orlando, Florida.

According to reports, the man has an extensive list of priors with more than 20 convictions for drug-related and other offenses.

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A confidential informant working with the police department allegedly caught a woman employed at a local movie theater selling drugs by concealing them inside of a popcorn bag.

39-year-old Jamie Lynn Hiniker lives in Mankato. She is employed as the manager at Spotlight Theatres in the Mankato Place Mall.

Last summer, the Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force was investigating claims that drug sales had been taking place at the Spotlight Theater. The authorities believed that Hiniker was involved in the alleged illegal activities.

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The authorities allegedly found drugs in a man’s prosthetic leg as he was being processed into the jail for narcotics possession.

33-year-old Keith Adams resides in Largo, Florida.

Around 5:00 am on April 24, Adams was reportedly the passenger in a vehicle traveling around the local area.

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A man accused of making murderous threats towards a family member was arrested with powder purported to be cocaine on his nose.

30-year-old Jamichael Walton lives in North Carolina. His brother has a child with a woman to whom he is not married.

On April 13. Walton reportedly contacted the woman in what she implied was a threatening and frightening interaction. Walton allegedly told her he planned to come to her house and reportedly warned that he would kill her. He allegedly added if he did not perform the violent act, his cousin would follow through.

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The mother of a young boy was arrested after police allegedly found cocaine and paraphernalia laid out on her child’s copy of The Cat in the Hat.

24-year-old Casey Quoka has a toddler and lives in Largo, Florida. She is reported as being employed as a bartender at a local Applebee’s Grill and Bar.

Quoka’s youngster reportedly owns a copy of the book “The Cat in the Hat.”

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A Utah mother with two young daughters is facing many charges after the police allegedly caught her driving during a video call while her children were without seatbelts.

19-year-old Gabriella Ann McKenzie is from Eagle Mountain. She has two daughters, ages 2 and 8 months.

In the evening on March 2, McKenzie was reportedly driving with her children in the back seat.

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The owner of an addiction treatment center in Kansas is facing charges after he was allegedly found with a large stash of drugs, in addition to other items causing the authorities to assert that he is involved in trafficking.

44-year-old Trevor J. Robinson lives and works in Olathe. He is the owner and operator of the Nuvista LLC, which provides services as an opioid addiction treatment clinic that uses Suboxone to help the patients.

At the end of October, Robinson, who had an active warrant out for his arrest, was in his Maserati when the authorities caught up with him.

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The Mayor and co-founder of the Boys and Girls Club of Massena is facing charges after allegedly being caught with crack cocaine after purportedly trying to escape the police.

55-year-old Tim Currier serves as the current mayor of Massena in northern New York. He also assisted in the founding of the Boys and Girls Club of Massena, now known as the Police Activities League of Massena.

The St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, working with the district attorney’s office and Homeland Security agents, were performing an undercover investigation of a situation that they believed involved Currier selling drugs.

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