Articles Tagged with drugs

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A man who was stopped for allegedly driving a stolen car was reportedly found carrying drugs and $1200, leading the authorities to believe that he was selling the product.

Tallahassee police were patrolling when they spotted a car that they believed matched the description of an automobile that had been reported as stolen. The officers pulled over the vehicle and as they approached they noted that there was a driver and a passenger inside.

Both of the men were cuffed while the officers inspected the vehicle, and the police allegedly discovered a backpack and drug paraphernalia that they said was predominately on the passenger side.

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A man previously convicted of a felony was pulled over in Menifee and the authorities allegedly found methamphetamine and a loaded handgun inside the vehicle he was driving.

Sgt. Sam Morovich with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said that Special Enforcement Team officers saw a vehicle on the road and became suspicious that the driver might be doing something illegal.

When they performed a traffic stop on the automobile the driver was said to be Freddie Josef Castro, a 28-year-old man who is a convicted felon.

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When police responded to a call about a man who was allegedly causing problems inside of an establishment due to the belief that he was drunk they reported that he claimed to try to share knowledge of how the universe works, and upon his arrest, he was accused of possessing drugs.

The owner of Crawdaddy’s N’awlins Grill & Raw Bar had placed a call to the authorities when he felt that one of the men inside of the establishment was drunken and behaving in a disorderly manner. The proprietor said that he asked the person to exit the bar but he would not comply.

Just after 1:00 pm, a sheriff’s deputy arrived at the bar and the owner alleged that the offender was 42-year-old James Sutton.

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A man was riding a bicycle through the streets of Jensen Beach near midnight when local deputies in the area noticed that the bike was lacking lights, making him less visible to drivers on the road.

When the deputies stopped the man regarding his absence of front and rear lights, they reported that he did not want to cooperate and he would not disclose his name to them. The man then allegedly tried to continue on his way but the deputies prevented him from leaving the vicinity.

The man, identified as 22-year-old Jabari Schweitzer, was reportedly carrying a bag and during a search of the contents, a deputy discovered a baggie inside containing just under two-and-a-half ounces of what they suspected was drugs.

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A ninth grader at a North Carolina high school is being held legally accountable for an incident where she allegedly shared marijuana edibles with three of her friends resulting in them becoming ill.

A 14-year-old girl who attends Perquimans County High School as a freshman allegedly brought a Cap’n Crunch cereal treat infused with marijuana to campus with her and split it into quarters. The girl then gave a portion to three other students that she is friends with.

The teens who ate the pieces of the cereal bar reported that they felt ill and were taken to a local hospital to ensure their well-being, and law enforcement was notified of the situation.

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A woman from Odessa, Texas, was taken into custody after allegations that she stabbed her fiancé with a kitchen knife.

43-year-old Sarah Beth Blea and her fiancé, also 43, were reportedly in the CPS parking lot together late Sunday evening.

When the two became upset with one another Blea allegedly took a steak knife and tried to stick it in her beau’s chest. He moved his arm in the way to defend himself and Blea reportedly slashed him there instead.

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A man and his wife who live in a home where they provide licensed daycare have been jailed after the police reportedly found drugs and weapons inside of the residence.

Herbert Wayne Hartley and his wife Barbara own a home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and when a friend of Herbert’s became alarmed that the 62-year-old man had not been answering his telephone he alerted the authorities.

When the police went to check on the situation to ensure Herbert’s well-being, they went inside the house and allegedly came across 13 plants that they suspect are marijuana that had recently been harvested. In addition, they reportedly found two pounds of marijuana flower, over $30,000 cash, several firearms, and just over two-and-a-half ounces of kratom.

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While the authorities were responding to an emergency call regarding a possible injury, the man who asked for help is facing charges after they discovered methamphetamine inside of his residence.

On Wednesday, 911 received a call from a man stating that he needed help because he had been injured when he was hit in the head with an ax.

Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies went to the address and discovered the man who allegedly placed the call standing in the doorway talking to himself and using obscene language.

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Last weekend, detectives discovered an ice cream truck that they allege was being used to sell illegal drugs throughout the Long Beach area. Two suspects have been apprehended.

41-year-old Monti Ware and 57-year-old George Williams live in Long Beach, and while looking into narcotics activities in the area the authorities came across the men working together inside of an ice cream truck. The vehicle was adorned with signs displaying popular goodies often offered on an ice cream truck, but detectives reportedly found that the pair were using the truck as a front for an illegal drug operation.

When the inside of the ice cream truck was inspected it was reported that it contained up to $4000 worth of drugs in the form of marijuana and methamphetamine, along with a handgun and assorted items that the police believe were intended for packaging drugs that were sold.

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When a man was pulled over by an officer on Monday because one of the lights surrounding his license plate was burned out he was allegedly discovered with a package hidden in the front of his pants that reportedly contained drugs. When the officer inquired about it the man reportedly made a failed attempt at humor as he was placed under arrest.

A Vero Beach sheriff’s deputy performed a traffic stop on a car when he noticed that a light in the back of a vehicle that is meant for illuminating the license plate was burned out.

When the deputy approached the driver, 31-year-old Brandon McComas, he reported that he noticed he was trying to hide “a large bulge in his left front pocket with his arm.” When McComas got out of the car as ordered by the deputy he was patted down and the deputy reported feeling concern that the alleged suspect may have been carrying a weapon.