Articles Tagged with methamphetamine

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A Florida woman who was reportedly unhappy with the quality of her drug purchase was arrested and charged after allegedly giving the substance to a deputy.

Beth Ann Franchak is a 52-year-old woman who lives in a condominium in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida.

On October 1, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department reported that Franchak notified them and asked if they would send had one of their deputies to her dwelling.

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Two people accused of child endangerment were indicted on enhanced charges handed down by a Kentucky grand jury after further consideration of the initial allegations.

On the evening of August 26, 31-year-old Stephanie Michelle Lynch reportedly left her children, ages 5 and 6, in her Pikeville residence under the care of 21-year-old Harley D. Tubbs.

The mother of the children reportedly stepped out for about 60-minutes while her youngsters remained with Tubbs.

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A Perris resident has been taken into custody for allegations that he was carrying an illegal gun, in addition to a large amount of drugs and paraphernalia.

42-year-old Jamall Walters lives in Perris, California; a city about 70-miles outside Los Angeles.

Just before 9:00 pm on September 12, a man later identified as Walters was reportedly parked in a vehicle behind a row of businesses, and the car caught the eye of a passing police car.

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A man accused of trying to sell a 4-year-old boy at a gas station in Corbin was sentenced last week after pleading guilty to accusations.

Last Sunday, 29-year-old Harry Day was at the Speedy Mart gas station in Corbin, and a 4-year-old child was accompanying him.

Two of the patrons at the establishment encountered Day, and they were each offered the child if they agreed to pay the man $2,500.

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When the authorities performed a traffic stop on a vehicle in Oklahoma City, they arrested the three occupants of the car when one pound of methamphetamine was allegedly discovered hidden inside the dashboard.

Last Wednesday, the Oklahoma City Sheriff’s Office Warrant Team reportedly spotted a vehicle driving in South Oklahoma City with three occupants, and the car allegedly had a problem with a tail light in addition to what appeared to be a falsified tag.

When the authorities pulled over the Ford, Taurus to discuss the situation, they identified the occupants of the vehicle as 44-year-old Juan Valtierra, 34-year-old Patrick Chance, and 27-year-old Brena Saunders.

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An Iowa woman walked into a police station and allegedly requested they check a substance identified as methamphetamine for her so she could see if it had been contaminated with the novel coronavirus.

Around 1:00 pm on April 5, officers at the Sioux City Police Department reported that a woman covered in sweat with the appearance and demeanor of someone under the influence of an illicit substance entered the building and walked up to them.

When they began to interact with the woman, identified as 53-year-old Sioux City resident Shawn Salmen, she allegedly asked the police if they would consider testing her drugs to be sure they were not tainted with COVID-19.

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A man who allegedly said he had been taking methamphetamine for days reportedly followed what he called a “demon dog” and entered a neighbor’s home before choking the woman and her child.

Last Sunday afternoon in Luzerne Township, Pennsylvania a woman and her 14-year-old son and young daughters were home together while her husband was out.

In a reportedly startling event, one of the neighbors from a nearby home allegedly ran into their residence without an invitation.

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A man who was supposed to be wearing an ankle monitor, in addition to pants, was arrested when he allegedly took off the device and tried to get into the home of a couple by using their doggy door.

An 83-year-old man and his wife have shared their Fairfield, California home for over two decades.

On January 8, the homeowner went into his garage while his wife was inside the house. While looking out the window the woman reportedly saw a man in the yard, and he allegedly pulled down his pants and showed her his behind.

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After his neighbors hailed the authorities purporting that he was using methamphetamine, a Florida man allegedly assaulted the responding deputies and bit a K9 officer on the ear.

Last weekend in High Springs, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office began to receive reports from neighbors of a man who claimed that he was acting as if he had taken methamphetamine.

When deputies arrived at the man’s residence they reportedly discovered him holding a flashlight in his backyard making sounds that were assumed to be bird noises. He was allegedly completely nude other than a layer of mud covering his body, which was purported to have come from the creek where he was standing.

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A Riverside County woman is facing several charges after she was subjected to a pedestrian check which allegedly produced 14-grams of methamphetamine that the authorities believed she planned to distribute to others.

Just before 5:00 on December 4, La Quinta Special Enforcement Team deputies believed they had reason to perform a “pedestrian check” on a woman walking down a street in La Quinta, California.

After approaching her, and while interacting with the woman, identified as 29-year-old Naicia Welch from La Quinta, the law enforcement agents allegedly discovered that she was holding a substance that they believed was methamphetamine.

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