Articles Tagged with paraphernalia

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A man in Mulberry, Florida allegedly gulped down a baggy containing methamphetamine, in addition to nearly smashing his car into a police vehicle while the authorities tried to apprehend him.

Last week, deputies with the Polk County Police attempted to pull over a Dodge Ram truck for a traffic stop.

According to the police department’s press release, instead of pulling over, the operator of the vehicle reportedly made a U-turn and began to drive away from the deputies.

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A reportedly lonely and intoxicated Waukesha man was incarcerated after

allegedly making several calls to the police department in a short period of time

and asking the dispatchers to get personally acquainted with him.

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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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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 man who was staying in a Largo hotel room is facing charges after police allegedly found that he was trying to hide narcotics in a fast food container which was also holding chicken nuggets.

Last weekend, the authorities made a middle-of-the-night visit to 34-year-old Eric Little at the hotel room where he was staying.

While looking around, the police spotted a backpack in the room and looked to see what was inside. They reportedly discovered a syringe that was believed to have been previously used for injecting drugs and a container of Chicken McNuggets from McDonald’s.

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Allegedly claiming that it was herself, a Sunset, Utah, woman has been accused of providing the identity and birth date of her daughter to the authorities during a traffic stop.

On Saturday, an officer on patrol noticed a BMW without a license plate driving down the road.

When he pulled the driver over and asked for identification, she reportedly said that she didn’t have her license with her at the moment and that the car was uninsured.

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A woman in Volusia County allegedly purchased a bag of drugs with her toddler grandson in the car during the transaction.

On Tuesday, a deputy with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office was on duty in a part of town that was reported as being a regular area for people to make drug deals.

The deputy became suspicious when he reportedly watched a driver pull a vehicle over and stop on the side of the road. Someone was seen coming up to the passenger’s side of the automobile and quickly departing just before it pulled away causing the deputy to believe a drug transaction had taken place.

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A man accused of breaking into homes was allegedly found carting a 4-year-old girl along with him during his purported heists.

Around 8:00 am last Thursday, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Department was alerted by a concerned person who saw an adult and a small child that they didn’t recognize walking around their neighbor’s backyard while carrying bags.

When the deputies dispatched to the Edgewater location reported, they spoke with the homeowner, who said that they found some wires on their boat that looked as if someone had tried to manipulate them in an effort to start the engine.

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In Louisiana in mid-February, a man was reported for allegedly peering into the homes of strangers while he was dressed in a full gorilla costume.

A concerned citizen called for police assistance when they believed they had witnessed someone dressed in black that was looking inside of people’s homes without their knowledge.

When the authorities arrived in the reported vicinity of the alleged peeping-Tom activities they came across a man decked out in a black, furry gorilla costume.

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At the beginning of February, a man who bears the same name as a popular classic Fats Domino song was accused by the authorities of allegedly carrying methamphetamine inside his vehicle.

On February 3, a Cullman, Alabama, a man was reportedly driving in Fayette when he was pulled over by a deputy who was performing a traffic stop.

When the deputy confronted the driver of the vehicle, he identified him as 19-year-old Blue Berry Hill. During the interaction the deputy allegedly found meth and paraphernalia on Hill, giving him probable cause to obtain a warrant for his arrest.