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April 2013 Archives

North Carolina man facing weapons drug charges in Lincoln County

The situation for a North Carolina man, who has already been arrested for the deaths of two children, has gone from bad to worse as he is now facing drug charges. His original arrest stemmed from the fatal incident that occurred in a back yard construction site. The drug charges were filed after police investigating the scene say they found marijuana plants and drug growing equipment in his home.

Father faces felony charges in North Carolina shooting

Families are complicated. People with vastly different personalities frequently spend time together based on their blood ties. These different personalities can sometimes lead to conflict, ranging anywhere from verbal confrontation to encounters that lead to felony charges. Recently, an altercation between a father and son in North Carolina has led to the father's arrest.

Charlotte teenager faces drunk driving charge in fatal accident

Everyone can agree that it is sometimes difficult to be a teenager. Teenagers tend to be more prone to rash decisions and irrational behavior. Fortunately for some, these decisions lead to fairly insignificant consequences. For others, however, their decisions have consequences that will alter lives forever. A Charlotte teenager, already a mother to an 11-month old, is facing these consequences after an accident that led to a drunk driving charge.

North Carolina college students face drug charges

Many people have stories of things they did as a college student that they wish, in hindsight, they had not. However, only a small percentage of these actions end up with anything more than a bad case of regret. Occasionally, the impulsive and risk-taking actions of college students result in criminal charges. Unfortunately, pair of roommates - a male and female - at a North Carolina college fall in the group of college students who end up with criminal charges. Specifically, two Appalachia State University students returned from Spring Break only to realize they were just starting a fight against criminal drug charges.

Charlotte woman faces fraud, other charges in conspiracy

Programs such as Medicaid have been put in place to help those who are less fortunate than others due to economic status or health. The program has been massively beneficial for people who are provided necessary medical care under the system. However, as administrators in Charlotte have learned, the program is vulnerable to fraud and the potential wasting of millions of taxpayer dollars.

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