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Drug charges follow neighbor complaint in North Carolina

Most everyone in North Carolina and across the country has likely experienced a circumstance in which they were annoyed with a neighbor. However, annoyance, or even suspicion of criminal behavior, is rarely sufficient to warrant police involvement. Despite this, a man now faces drug charges after police conducted a search of his home following a neighbor complaint.

2 face drug charges following North Carolina traffic stop

Many drivers in North Carolina have experienced the nerve-wracking predicament of being pulled over by a police officer. As stressful as this situation may be, such an incident is typically relatively routine, and the driver and his or her passengers are usually on their way within a short period of time. Unfortunately, two people found themselves behind bars, facing significant drug charges following a recent traffic stop.

North Carolina football coach resigns, faces drug charges

It is sometimes surprising to realize that what could be a completely innocuous action could be viewed as suspicious by others. That suspicion, unfortunately, can lead to serious accusations if acted upon. In fact, an assistant football coach at a North Carolina high school has now resigned from his positions after drug charges were filed against him

Man, woman in North Carolina face multiple drug charges

While most people realize that they have certain rights, they may not fully understand those rights. For example, they are protected from unreasonable searches and seizures. While the recent arrest of a man and woman in North Carolina followed a search that was conducted with a warrant, it is unclear what evidence supported that warrant. Unfortunately, the pair now face drug charges.

2 in North Carolina face drug charges

Most people in North Carolina and across the country have a vague awareness that they have certain rights as laid out in the U.S. Constitution. However, without legal training, it may be difficult for them to fully understand these rights and recognize a potential violation. Unfortunately, the details of what led to the recent arrest of three people on drug charges are unclear.

North Carolina correctional officer faces drug charges

There are a variety of different ways to work within the criminal justice system. While some people serve as prosecutors, for example, others may work as correctional officers and have little experience with the process that may send a person to prison. As a result, even those in North Carolina who work within the justice system may be unsure of how to respond if they face drug charges or other criminal accusations.

Lawmakers discuss change to sentencing for drug crimes

As issues related to opiods continue to make headlines, lawmakers across the country are taking a second look at the way in which drug crimes are handled. In North Carolina, a legislative task force on Sentencing Reforms for Opioid Drug Convictions has advised that there may be upcoming changes to mandatory minimum sentencing in drug crimes. If implemented, these changes could give judges more discretion in the length of sentences for crimes such as heroin possession.

Day care center the site of arrests for drug crimes

When people think of a drug investigation, children's day care is not usually the first location that comes to mind. However, a day care recently ended up at the center of a North Carolina drug bust. According to reports, authorities seized over 100 pounds of marijuana and arrested two people for drug crimes at a Fayetteville child care center. The city also saw a second drug-related arrest the next day.

Drug charges filed against former detention officer

A former officer at a North Carolina detention center is accused of smuggling drugs into the facility where he once worked. Among the drug charges he faces is at least one count of conspiring to deliver marijuana. He was fired as soon as the allegations came to light.

Investigators of drug crimes may get instant access to database

The rise in prescription drug abuse has caused lawmakers across the United States to take action. In North Carolina, state legislators recently passed a bill that would give law enforcement personnel access to prescription drug records without a warrant. If approved by the governor, the bill could mean an increase in charges related drug crimes, fraud and prescription drug abuse.

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