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September 2013 Archives

North Carolina man arrested and charged with theft crime

Two robberies occurred on Sept. 10 and two robberies occurred on Sept. 11 in Greensboro, North Carolina. A 30-year-old North Carolina man was arrested and charged with all four crimes, but later police identified a 20-year-old man, who they arrested on Sept. 21. The 20-year-old was charged with theft crime in connection with the robberies that occurred on Sept. 11 only.

Former North Carolina police officer faces criminal charges

Anger can fuel a lot of irrational acts. When combining anger with the availability of a firearm, those acts can turn dangerous at a moment's notice. However, just because an allegation has been made that an individual was angry when they left an altercation, does not always mean that they are responsible for any subsequent criminal charges that are brought as a result of an incident that same evening in a North Carolina court.

Police bring drug charges after complaint of marijuana smoke

Once the police have a reason to search your car or home, pretty much anything they find is going to be fair game. Recently in North Carolina, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Dept. received a call complaining of the strong smell of marijuana coming out of an apartment on the 8400 block of Riverbirch Drive, according to a police news release. The police say that they obtained a search warrant and brought drug charges after searching the property.

North Carolina mother faces criminal charges for assault on son

Getting to the bottom of an alleged assault can be a difficult task for law enforcement. Sorting the details in how the assault transpired and who was responsible for initiating the altercation can serve as the basis for criminal charges to be filed by North Carolina police. However, despite charges being filed, there may still be an abundance of evidence that has yet to be disclosed, which may only arise after a thorough investigation has been completed.

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