One of the hazards of a person going to a hospital with suspicious injuries and sparse information is that it may bring the authorities into an investigation. Hospital authorities may possibly have a legal duty to report certain suspicious circumstances to the police. Recently, a man went to a North Carolina hospital for burn injuries and got more treatment than he wanted. He's now waiting for drug charges because hospital authorities called the police under circumstances that may or may not have been justified.
Two North Carolina men are in jail after being charged with more than 50 crimes each. The men are accused of committing crimes across the city of Cary. The property crime charges include possession of burglary tools, larceny, breaking and entering and felony conspiracy.
A drug bust in North Carolina has led to the arrest of one man. Authorities were involved in a three-month investigation concerning a mobile home in the local area. They had received tips and also conducted surveillance on the home. When authorities finally obtained a warrant and conducted a search, what they found led to the man being taken into custody and hit with drug charges.
A North Carolina car accident has resulted in the death of one person and injured two others. The driver deemed responsible is now facing a DWI charge and multiple other charges. Authorities plan to arrest the driver after his release from the hospital.