Articles Tagged with possession

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While a woman was in the back of a police car en route to jail and in handcuffs, she allegedly removed a bag of white powder from her vagina and snorted some of the contents off the seat next to her.

On Friday night, 28-year-old Kathryn Ahlers, her 17-month-old son, and her boyfriend were reportedly taking an approximately 80-mile trip.

The Winchester Police Department received a call from someone that said they saw a motorist they believed was about to operate a vehicle, but they thought the driver might be intoxicated.

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A woman who was reportedly less than happy with her meal at McDonald’s is facing several felony charges after she allegedly shot a bullet into the floor in the lobby of the establishment before forcing police to chase her.

When a customer went to a Garden City, Georgia, McDonald’s and placed an order for a meal she left the restaurant after she was given the bag containing her food. The woman reportedly became angry when she realized she was not given fresh french fries with her order.

After returning to the store and confronting the manager about the cold fries, the woman allegedly engaged in a verbal altercation that caused an employee to come to the manager’s assistance. The three continued to dispute when the customer, identified as Lillian Tarver, allegedly threw the contents of her drink cup at the staff members and let herself behind the counter without permission.

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Three arrests were made when the authorities interrupted a group of people who were allegedly gambling at a home in Long Beach, and it was speculated that the activities the suspects were taking part in qualified as an illegal betting operation.

For reasons that have not yet been made public, the authorities turned their attentions to the social activities reportedly taking place inside of a residence in Long Beach.

After they were issued a search warrant on Friday, officers from the Long Beach Police Department showed up and entered the home in question around 9:00 pm.

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When a man was pulled over for allegedly driving 16 miles over the posted speed limit, the officer reportedly found crack cocaine and many other drugs stored between the suspect’s buttocks.

On Thursday morning, a Flagler County deputy reportedly saw a Ford speeding, and he thought it looked as if the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

The deputy performed a traffic stop and included in the report that the driver seemed to be acting in a sketchy way. The deputy additionally believed the man seemed overly concerned about the presence of law enforcement, though it is arguably an anxiety-inducing predicament that most experience when being pulled over.

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A Colorado prison guard has been accused of attempting to smuggle a contraband-filled burrito inside of the prison with the alleged intention of distributing the contents.

27-year-old Trevor Martineau has been employed as a corrections officer at the Buena Vista Correctional Facility; a men’s state prison in Buena Vista County, Colorado. Martineau was hired on at the site in August 2018.

At the end of June, a few inmates of the facility passed on information to an investigator working at the prison regarding knowledge they obtained about Martineau allegedly taking advantage of his position by filtering in narcotics.

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During a traffic stop, a deputy allegedly found a backpack with marijuana inside the vehicle and purported that it belonged to the driver.

In the afternoon on July 5 in St. Petersburg, a deputy reportedly saw a vehicle traveling on the road with a burned out brake light on the driver’s side, and registration tags that appeared to be past their expiration date.

The deputy pulled the car over to find out about the allegedly expired tags and inform the driver, identified as 23-year-old Samuel Antwoine Bryant, about the mechanical failure. When he walked up to the auto he reportedly smelled marijuana.

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A man has been charged for several infractions after he reportedly went inside of a home without permission and tossed a lit string of firecrackers under the bed of a slumbering 9-year-old.

44-year-old Matthew Morrison has been sleeping on the premises of the residents of a home who allowed him to stay there after a mutual friend requested their assistance. The house, located in Crestview, Florida, which is just under an hour from Pensacola, has a yard in which the dwellers gave Morrison permission to pitch a tent and camp on their property.

On July 6, Morrison, who bears no relation to the actor with the same name from the former hit television show “Glee,” allegedly decided to go inside the house without asking the tenants if it was okay with them.

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Though they were wearing their clothing during the incident, a model and her boyfriend have been suspected of acting in an obscene manner in public after footage of their allegedly naughty behavior was found in a youngster’s possession.

26-year-old Lorna Gudykunst, a promotional model by trade and mom to a young daughter, was spending time at a celebration for the 4th of July with her companion, 22-year-old Markus Jackson.

While hanging out at a residential home, the St. Petersburg pair allegedly made their own fireworks by reportedly engaging in what was deemed as an inappropriate public display of affection.

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When an employee discovered a hidden camera recording her while she expressed breast milk at work the woman alleged that the owner of the firm was responsible for the secretly obtained footage.

On December 18, 32-year-old Jessica Clark went to a room in the firm where she works as an architect that she believed was private so she could pump breast milk. She allegedly saw an attaché case placed in a chair beside her. When she looked a bit closer at the briefcase Clark reportedly discovered what she believed was a pen attached to the bag.

Instead of the assumed writing instrument of which it held the appearance, Clark said she found that it was actually a USB style spy camera.

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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.