Articles Tagged with methamphetamine

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When a woman allegedly began barking in the direction of a police dog that was on duty, and after her identity was discovered she was taken into custody by the officers working at the scene.

A woman who resides in Lafayette, Indiana, had reportedly stepped out of her house on Tuesday and witnessed a traffic stop in progress. A K9 was at the scene and in the process of checking the vehicle that had been pulled over when the woman began to bark at the police dog.

The officers turned to see where the noise was coming from and they believed that the woman resembled a suspect that had more than one active warrant for her arrest.

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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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A man and woman reportedly entered a stranger’s home without permission, and in addition to taking the resident’s belongings they also allegedly helped themselves to the household amenities.

When a woman arrived at her home and noticed a truck that she didn’t recognize parked in her driveway she became concerned and notified the authorities. While awaiting their arrival she dialed a family member and he came to her home.

The alleged victim’s relative went into the house with a firearm which he used to keep the suspects from leaving the scene before the police arrived.

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While churchgoers were present for a Tuesday morning mass, a man allegedly entered the house of worship and masturbated in front of them after taking a dip in the receptacle that holds the holy water.

On October 9, 75 people went to the morning service at the Spirit of Life Roman Catholic Church in Mandan, North Dakota.

One of the women who works at the church allegedly saw a man without his clothing on inside of the fountain of holy water used for baptisms. She reported that she then saw him begin to stroke his penis in the direction of the altar before he walked toward it and continued to masturbate despite the many people inside. The woman alerted the authorities and told them of the incident.

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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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When the police went to a residence the day after a domestic violence event was reported they had their attention turned to an alleged stash of illegal items inside of the home.

Kennett County Police Department officers arrived at the residence of 23-year-old Taja Rena Welton on Thursday afternoon regarding a domestic dispute claim reported on Wednesday. Welton answered the door to speak with them, and the police reported detecting a strong smell resembling marijuana.

The officers asked Welton if they could come inside and look around and she allegedly consented and escorted them through her home, where a 4-year-old child was also residing. While walking through as the police performed their inspected Welton was allegedly caught trying to hide a sizeable bag containing what they purported was synthetic marijuana. They also allegedly found a tray covered with what they believed was the same substance inside of the bag.

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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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A married couple and their three adult children have been accused of inflicting several types of abuse upon one of their legally disabled relatives, a woman with autism and other diagnoses, who has lived with them for the past three years.

When the mother of a 22-year-old autistic woman passed away in August 2015, she moved into a trailer on the property of her family members who have a home that they share with their children. The woman reportedly slept on a bed inside of the trailer parked on the property.

On August 13, 2015, one day after the woman’s mother died, 45-year-old Terry Knope, the husband of her blood relation, 42-year-old Raylaine Knope, took over as the executor of the SSI benefits received due to her disability. He was awarded the responsibility in order to make sure that the near $9,000 a year was used to ensure that the woman’s housing and other basic needs were met.

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When a letter that allegedly contained a hidden packet of methamphetamine arrived at a Texas prison addressed to an inmate serving a two-lifetime sentence, the sender was tracked down by the authorities and taken into custody.

James Burkett was convicted in 2001 when he stood trial for his involvement in a murder case involving a mother, her teenage son, and his teenage friend. Burkett was given a life sentence for the deaths of each of the teenagers and he is currently serving his time in the James V. Allred Unit prison.

A mail worker at the prison had their attention drawn to a letter addressed to Burkett that felt as if it contained something that was causing it to have a slight protrusion. The worker opened the envelope to inspect the contents and after removing a homemade card inside, a small package of white powder was found.