Articles Tagged with cocaine

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A man and woman from Indiana were arrested on several charges after the police allegedly found large amounts of drugs, paraphernalia, and cash in the home where they had a two-and-a-half-year-old child.

On June 26, someone called the authorities to report that they thought there were illegal drug-related activities going on in a residence in Seymour. Officers from the Seymour Police Department went to the address to check out the claim.

When they got there, the residents were home, and they began discussing the report with them. According to reports, while they were there, they allegedly noticed the scent of marijuana and believed it was coming from the home. They also saw a youngster inside playing with toys. They believed there was cause to inspect the residence, and they were granted a search warrant.

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A Delaware man without a valid driver’s license was arrested on several charges after reportedly passing out behind the wheel and causing a single-vehicle accident while allegedly driving under the influence of narcotics.

Just after midnight on April 17, a man from Smyrna was driving locally in a 2019 Volkswagen. According to reports, he did not have a valid license to be behind the wheel. During his travels, the man was the victim of an unfortunate accident when his vehicle struck a tree on the side of the road near the Dover Scrap Yard.

Emergency medical technicians were the first on the scene, and state troopers arrived shortly after. It was believed that the man suffered an overdose, causing him to pass out and lose control of the vehicle. He was given Narcan, and the man regained consciousness before he was transported to a nearby hospital.

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A mother of four in Alabama was arrested after the authorities reportedly found her 3-year-old wearing a backpack holding kilos of cocaine, in addition to firearms and additional drugs in her home and car.

On March 30, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was informed about a woman in Mobile who was allegedly in possession of a large quantity of narcotics. They were told she was keeping them in her residence, so they started to monitor the home.

When she left the house and drove off in her car, the woman was pulled over. Her vehicle was searched, and the deputies reportedly found 1.5 kilograms of a substance believed to be cocaine, an undisclosed amount of marijuana, and a gun.

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A man in New York is facing many charges after accusations that he was responsible for an incident resulting in a 10-month-old being admitted to a pediatric intensive care unit with cocaine in their system.

On March 22, a baby was at the Salem home of a 24-year-old man whose relationship with the infant has not been made public at this time. It was reported that there was cocaine in the household while the youngster was present. At some point, the infant reportedly inhaled the substance.

A call for emergency assistance was placed to 911, and first responders transported the baby to Glens Falls Hospital. After medical staff assessed and provided care for the child, it was determined that they should be admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit at Albany Medical Center.

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A Wisconsin man was arrested for multiple drug offenses and violation of probation after several anonymous calls about his taking part in drug activity were received by the authorities.

According to reports, at the beginning of the month, someone called the Middleton Police Investigative Services Bureau and reported that they knew of a man in the area involved in drug activity. Shortly after, several other people began calling to report the same individual. An investigation into the claims was opened.

With the help of the information provided by the callers, the authorities tracked down a man that they believed was the party of interest. When checking his identity, the police found out he was currently on state-ordered probation.

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When the police tried to break up a street race and pulled over one of the involved cars, two men were arrested for allegedly driving under the influence and having drugs in the vehicle.

On the evening of January 27, a Fort Meyers car club was reportedly looking for a spot to hold a race. It was reported that they picked their spot, and a Charger matched with a pickup truck prepared to go head-to-head.

A deputy from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office was parked in a lot close by, and he noticed the activity but did not immediately intervene. When the drivers allegedly went speeding past the deputy at 75 MPH, he noted the Charger did not stay in its designated lane.

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A man and woman from North Carolina are each facing many charges after they were investigated and allegedly caught with so much narcotics that the authorities asserted that they were running a drug sales business.

Several months ago, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation began investigating a 39-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man who reside in a house in Robersonville. The authorities believed they were taking part in drug trafficking activities out of the home.

On November 14, they went to the house with a search warrant. When they went inside and looked around, they reportedly found many items, including marijuana, crack, cocaine, methamphetamine, opioids, heroin, fentanyl, and pills. The police also found an amount of money leading them to believe that it came from illegal drug sales.

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A Florida man was arrested for several drug crimes after the police allegedly discovered he had narcotics wrapped in packaging that resembled common brands of candy.

According to reports, the home of a 23-year-old man in Spring Hills had been on watch since March when the authorities became suspicious that drugs were being sold there.

On October 24, deputies from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office went to the house. When the resident came to the front door, they said the air filled with a pungent stench of what they believed was marijuana.

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A 15-year-old in southern Georgia is facing many felony charges after allegedly being caught walking around with concealed firearms and enough cocaine to make the authorities suspect he was going to sell it.

Just before 3:00 PM on October 18, detectives with the Valdosta Police Department’s Narcotics Unit were driving around the Valdosta Housing Authority community of Ora Lee West Homes. Youngsters were getting off the bus and returning home from school.

According to reports, the deputies spotted a 15-year-old walking around, and they asserted that he had a gun in his pocket. They started walking up to him, and when the boy noticed them, he allegedly acted like he was going to flee. He reportedly tried to pull a second firearm from the waistband of his pants, but the authorities were able to stop him.

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When an alleged drug dealer was robbed by someone for $10, he notified the police to report the theft, resulting in his arrest.

At approximately 4:00 PM on September 22, a man without permanent housing was allegedly walking around with 11 small baggies of marijuana and 2 baggies that were holding what was assumed to be cocaine. He was allegedly selling the substances on the street of Largo, Florida, and someone stole $10 from him.

After the incident occurred, the man notified the authorities to report the theft and reportedly added that he was selling marijuana at the time it occurred. The Largo Police Department sent officers to the location to investigate the situation.

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