Articles Tagged with controlled substance

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When the authorities located a mother and her two missing children after they believed the family was being held captive by her father-in-law, the woman was charged for drug possession and for putting her children in harm’s way.

On November 11, the Pennsylvania Police Department received word that a woman and her one-and-two-year-old children may be in serious danger when they learned that the mother had tried to call 911 for help before her phone went dead.

The mother, identified as 31-year-old Alicia Brumbaugh, reportedly caused her family an extreme amount of worry for the safety of their loved ones when they found out about the situation.

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A pair from Clearwater, Florida, were arrested after they were pulled over for a traffic violation and allegedly found in possession of a kilo of meth inside a box of laundry detergent.

Around 2:30 pm on October 24, a Florida man and his female passenger were in a vehicle traveling down Interstate 10 when they were pulled over by Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office deputies for a possible violation of traffic laws.

When they approached the vehicle and made contact with the people inside, the deputies identified the driver as 35-year-old Ryan Davis from Clearwater.

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A woman who works in a grocery store delicatessen has been arrested for allegedly using methamphetamine as an added ingredient to the bean dip she prepared while on duty.

In July, 38-year-old Cassandra Medina-Hernandez began working at the Jefferson, Oregon, Thriftway grocery store. When asked about her performance on the job, her managers said that Medina-Hernandez had proven herself to be an efficient member of their team.

On September 9, Medina-Hernandez was working in the deli and preparing bean dip when one of her coworkers entered seeking food to eat on her break. The woman asked Medina-Hernandez if she could have a sample of the dip and she enjoyed it so much that she inquired about taking a portion home with her.

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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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While a woman was in the back of a police car en route to jail and in handcuffs, she allegedly removed a bag of white powder from her vagina and snorted some of the contents off the seat next to her.

On Friday night, 28-year-old Kathryn Ahlers, her 17-month-old son, and her boyfriend were reportedly taking an approximately 80-mile trip.

The Winchester Police Department received a call from someone that said they saw a motorist they believed was about to operate a vehicle, but they thought the driver might be intoxicated.

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When a Tampa woman went to the police station to turn herself in for an active warrant, she was allegedly found with many pills stuffed in the lining of her hairpiece before she was taken into the jail.

31-year-old Arayia Hudson learned that she had a warrant out for her arrest due to an alleged violation of the terms of her probation.

On July 31, Hudson went to the Pasco County jail outside of Tampa to turn herself in. When the woman arrived she was taken into the area of the facility where body searches are performed before an inmate is incarcerated.

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A man has been charged for several infractions after he reportedly went inside of a home without permission and tossed a lit string of firecrackers under the bed of a slumbering 9-year-old.

44-year-old Matthew Morrison has been sleeping on the premises of the residents of a home who allowed him to stay there after a mutual friend requested their assistance. The house, located in Crestview, Florida, which is just under an hour from Pensacola, has a yard in which the dwellers gave Morrison permission to pitch a tent and camp on their property.

On July 6, Morrison, who bears no relation to the actor with the same name from the former hit television show “Glee,” allegedly decided to go inside the house without asking the tenants if it was okay with them.

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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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While arresting three suspects for drug-related crimes, two Long Island police officers were in need of medical attention after being exposed to one of the substances.

Early Saturday morning, around 12:40 am, patrolling officers saw a Toyota sitting in the parking lot of a movie theater and they went up to the vehicle to find out what was going on.

When they approached the vehicle they reportedly found 31-year-old David Lyons sitting in the driver’s seat with his assumed partner, 31-year-old Grace Lyons in the passenger seat next to him. A man identified as 36-year-old Deron Barnes was allegedly an additional passenger.

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After the police were notified by a property owner about an abandoned vehicle on their land they discovered that the people allegedly responsible for leaving it there were suspected as being the same people who had escaped the authorities during a vehicle pursuit a few days prior.

When the owner of a piece of property saw an unfamiliar car hidden in an obscure place on the land late in the afternoon on July 13, they called the authorities to report the vehicle.

When officers arrived they saw that the vehicle appeared to be intentionally concealed, and upon identifying it they believed that it was the same car that had been pursued by law enforcement two days earlier in Adams County.