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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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A corrections officer who worked at a South Carolina prison has lost her job and is facing many charges after she was accused of attempting to bring several illicit substances into the maximum-security men’s prison.

33-year-old Ashley Nickole Williams was recently employed as a guard at the McCormick Correctional Institution for men in McCormick.

The woman, who lives about 25-miles away in Greenwood, reportedly showed up at the prison on October 30 while carrying personal items.

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When the authorities found a vehicle stalled in traffic with the driver asleep behind the wheel, they allegedly discovered over $1,000 and a vial filled with what was purported to be cocaine.

Just after 2:00 am on July 27, the Lincoln Police Department was notified about a BMW that had reportedly come to a complete stop in the middle of the road that was blocking the other travelers from continuing down the street.

When the police arrived at the reported location they noted that a man was in the driver’s seat of the vehicle, and he appeared as if he was not in a state of consciousness.

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A Florida woman was arrested and charged after she allegedly allowed a 13-month-old child to overdose while in her home and care.

33-year-old Nicole Ciufi lives in an apartment in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida.

In the evening on May 15, Ciufi reportedly had a 13-month-old child at her apartment for whom she was providing care.

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When a Florida man was pulled over by police he allegedly tried to ditch a drug pipe out his vehicle window, but the object reportedly hit one of the officers in the face as he approached.

61-year-old Derry West is an ex-convict who lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

On April 21, West was reportedly driving his Honda truck near his home when officers working in the area purported that the required amount of light to see the man’s license plate was not present.

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When the police accused a man of using the debit card of an alleged victim that was deceased, the suspect reportedly tried to consume the plastic before it could be confiscated.

On March 16, a man later identified as 37-year-old Jose Herrera was reportedly frequenting the Disney Springs complex in Orlando, Florida and shopping for items with a debit card.

When Herrera attempted to buy jewelry with the card, Disney security held him while the authorities were notified due to the suspicion that it may have been a fraud.

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After a traffic stop was performed on a vehicle reportedly exceeding the posted speed limit, the driver and passenger were arrested for alleged drug trafficking when a bag marked “Bag Full of Drugs” containing several types of narcotics was found in the vehicle.

A Florida Highway Patrol officer reportedly spotted a 2020 Kia traveling in excess of 95-MPH on Interstate 10 in Santa Rosa County and pulled the vehicle over for the alleged offense.

The driver, 33-year old Ian Simmons, was accompanied by a passenger identified as Joshua Reinhardt, also 33.

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On Sunday evening, a Florida man was driving his Honda down US Highway 19 when police reportedly saw him racing down the road and operating his vehicle recklessly.

An officer with the Tarpon Springs Police Department initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver, identified as 52-year-old Jon Earl Pickard from Palm Beach.

The highway reportedly had a posted speed limit of 55 miles-per-hour, but the officer alleged that Pickard was going approximately 35-miles over the maximum.

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A woman riding as the passenger in a car that had been pulled over reportedly gave quite a bit of assistance to the authorities by offering them the information that she had drugs in her handbag.

Around 2:00 am on September 19, 59-year-old Jacqueline Hubbard from Pete Beach, Florida, was the passenger of a traveling car, allegedly riding without her seatbelt affixed when the driver of the vehicle was pulled over by a Largo Police Department officer.

When the officer approached the car and spoke with Hubbard, who had a purse hanging from her neck, she was allegedly asked if she was carrying any drugs. The woman was reported as immediately copping to having crack cocaine stored in what she referred to as her “felony purse,” according to the affidavit.

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When a man was pulled over for allegedly driving 16 miles over the posted speed limit, the officer reportedly found crack cocaine and many other drugs stored between the suspect’s buttocks.

On Thursday morning, a Flagler County deputy reportedly saw a Ford speeding, and he thought it looked as if the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

The deputy performed a traffic stop and included in the report that the driver seemed to be acting in a sketchy way. The deputy additionally believed the man seemed overly concerned about the presence of law enforcement, though it is arguably an anxiety-inducing predicament that most experience when being pulled over.

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