Articles Tagged with narcotics

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A South Carolina women’s prison guard was accused of trying to distribute narcotics to inmates by hiding them inside Rice Krispies Treats to sneak them into the facility.

43-year-old Marcy Shaffer lives in Columbia. She was employed by the South Carolina Department of Corrections as a women’s state prison guard at the Camille Graham Correctional Institution.

On July 1, Shaffer was entering the facility, and she was reportedly carrying a plastic bag filled with Rice Krispies Treats.

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A confidential informant working with the police department allegedly caught a woman employed at a local movie theater selling drugs by concealing them inside of a popcorn bag.

39-year-old Jamie Lynn Hiniker lives in Mankato. She is employed as the manager at Spotlight Theatres in the Mankato Place Mall.

Last summer, the Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force was investigating claims that drug sales had been taking place at the Spotlight Theater. The authorities believed that Hiniker was involved in the alleged illegal activities.

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A woman allegedly illegally entered her neighbor’s residence in the nude and stole beer while exposing her body to teenagers in the home.

38-year-old Jessica Chase resides in Brockport, Pennsylvania.

In the morning on April 7, Chase reportedly left her 3-year-old at home and walked to her neighbor’s residence. The woman allegedly had no clothing on, but she had a blanket wrapped around her body.

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A man was taken into custody after allegedly sprinting down the shoulder of an Arizona interstate without clothing.

21-year-old John Kramer was recently released from incarceration.

On April 9, Kramer reportedly made his way to Interstate 10 in Phoenix without a vehicle.

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A Florida man has been accused of returning to his former residence and illegally entering before attempting to burn the new tenant with a makeshift flamethrower.

On February 23, a woman in St. Lucie County was at her home when a former tenant allegedly showed up and let himself into the residence.

The man, who reportedly moved from the address approximately 5 months ago, allegedly forced the occupant outside.

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After a night of drinking together, one sister reportedly stabbed the other many times with an EpiPen in an alleged attempt to reverse the effects of the alcohol.

62-year-old Joanna Marie Zielinski and her 65-year-old sister reside together in Naples, Florida.

On the evening of February 11, Zielinski and her sister were reportedly spending time together. During their hangout session, the pair were reportedly consuming alcohol and taking narcotics.

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The mother of a 7-month-old baby was arrested after she was allegedly caught trying to drown him in an ice-cold Virginia river.

38-year-old Leslei Kuykendall lives in Hopewell with her 7-month-old son.

On the morning of January 11, Kuykendall allegedly took her baby to a shallow part of the Appomattox River. The temperature of the water was assessed to be 46 degrees.

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A Florida man was busted after allegedly telling the police that the substances in his backpack that reportedly tested positive for illegal drugs were baking supplies.

Just after 3:00 am on December 31, 30-year-old Jethro Geneus from Fort Pierce was a passenger in Honda that was pulled over by the police.

When the authorities were interacting with the driver and Geneus, they reported that Geneus shifted his legs and appeared to move something on the floor of the vehicle.

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A man who said he did not have any drugs on him was taken into custody after two baggies of what was purported to be “Molly” allegedly dropped from his pants while he was standing in front of law enforcement agents.

In the evening on December 22, 44-year-old Travis Bernard Holton was reportedly driving his Ford Fusion down U.S. Highway 1 in Grassy Key, Florida.

A deputy with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was driving near Holton’s car when they reportedly noticed that the vehicle’s license plate was not properly illuminated.

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A psychiatrist and his assistant are facing criminal charges after a year-long investigation allegedly showed that they were taking part in illegal sales of narcotics for cash.

67-year-old Dr. Leon Valbrun resides in Long Island. He practices psychiatry in a New York City office, and 34-year-old Po Yu “Brian” Yen works as his assistant.

Last summer, after many people notified them about the situation, the authorities believed that the location of Valbrun’s office had become a common area for people searching for drugs to congregate.

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