Articles Tagged with tampering

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An officer from the Largo Police Department was in the middle of an investigation when he asked the woman he was speaking with, 52-year-old Dariel Hutton, to search her purse for the automobile keys that she said she had misplaced and she reportedly requested that another officer perform the search through her bag.

Hutton allegedly began to look in her purse on her own and the officer was standing nearby as she shuffled through the contents trying to locate the keys when the officer reportedly noticed a glass item in the bag that raised his suspicion.

As reflected in the affidavit, the officer stated that he believed the object looked like a glass pipe with a piece of steel wool inside of it, “which is consistent with a crack pipe.” She was also accused of having a bag of white colored pills in her purse which she reportedly stated were ibuprofen.

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A tourist riding in a taxi cab has been accused of using a gun while robbing the driver of her personal items and money.

30-year-old Houston resident John Cleveland, who was reportedly visiting Florida on vacation, ordered a cab to pick him up from the Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon around 2:00 am on October 4.

Isabel Samanez, the cab driver, arrived to retrieve Cleveland from the hotel to take him to Hallandale Beach as per his request, and she reported that nothing seemed out-of-sorts during the ride.

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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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A Wisconsin man has been arrested and federally charged for allegedly inserting metal and paper into sausages on the Johnsonville Sausage processing line.

Kiel, Wisconsin, resident Jonathan Tilman Lane was a contract worker from another company who was placed on a job assignment working as a part of the processing line making sausage at Johnsonville Sausage, LLC.

On March 25, Lane reported to his supervisor about finding a piece of paper inside of one of the sausages on the line. Three days later he approached the supervisor again and said that he had discovered a wire connector in a piece of sausage.