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A Pennsylvania man has been accused of obtaining stolen body parts, some of which belonged to children, and reselling them through a virtual store on Facebook. 

40-year-old Jeremy Lee Pauley lives in Enola, Pennsylvania. According to reports, Pauley is self-described as someone who collects “oddities.” He uses a Facebook page called “The Grand Wunderkammer” as a place to list human bones and other items for sales. Pauley is also a curator at the Memento Mori Museum where they “strive to provide learning experiences to enhance curiosity and interest in human anatomy, cultural differences in views of death, and shed light on interesting bits of history outside of normal education.”  

The authorities were tipped off by someone who thought that suspicious activities were taking place at Pauley’s residence. 

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According to a press release from the Troupe County Sheriff’s Office, a detention officer has been accused of bringing contraband into the county jail and selling narcotics to several inmates. 

The Sheriff’s Office sergeant disclosed in a news release that 23-year-old Steven Michael Crowder began his position as a Troup County Sheriff’s Office detention officer at the Troupe County Jail in Georgia at the start of 2022. 

It was reported that last month, the authorities learned of allegations that Crowder was smuggling narcotics into the institution for the purpose of selling them to some of the inmates. 

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An Iowa woman is facing several charges after she allegedly sold prescription drugs to an underage person in Illinois. 

30-year-old Kathy Chanton-Khemphomma is from Davenport, Iowa, which is approximately 50 miles from Kewanee, Illinois. 

On March 22, Chanton-Khemphomma was reportedly interacting with a teenager from Kewanee. 

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A man who allegedly openly posted online about selling counterfeit vaccination cards with the intention of becoming wealthy is facing charges after the authorities found out about the scheme. 

23-year-old Amar Salim Shabazz lives in Owings Mills, Maryland. He was released from incarceration in the Spring after serving a sentence for possessing child pornography.  

According to the authorities, Shabazz started to offer fake vaccination cards using his social media accounts to advertise. He also allegedly openly shared that he planned to become rich from the sales. 

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A woman who operates a Florida fentanyl rehabilitation center was arrested for allegedly selling drugs to the patients at the facility.

50-year-old Misty Leigh Gilley is the manager and owner of Simply Recovery LLC in Altamonte Springs.

The website for the facility says they aid with many aspects of recovery, including medication maintenance and management.

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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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The Mayor and co-founder of the Boys and Girls Club of Massena is facing charges after allegedly being caught with crack cocaine after purportedly trying to escape the police.

55-year-old Tim Currier serves as the current mayor of Massena in northern New York. He also assisted in the founding of the Boys and Girls Club of Massena, now known as the Police Activities League of Massena.

The St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, working with the district attorney’s office and Homeland Security agents, were performing an undercover investigation of a situation that they believed involved Currier selling drugs.

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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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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 Georgia father and daughter have been accused of working together selling drugs to students at the high school where the girl attends.

After an investigation that lasted several months took place due to a report regarding the belief that high school students were being supplied marijuana and pills by one of their classmates, law enforcement was led to the suspicion that 17-year-old Morgan Williams may be involved in the dealings.

When the investigators dug into the reported actions of Morgan suspicions were then raised about her father, 51-year-old Daniel Williams, for being a part of the drug sales allegations.

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