A Charlotte man is accused of several drug crimes after authorities allegedly discovered a marijuana plant sitting close to a window at the man's home. Authorities were at the home attempting to serve a civil warrant when they noticed the plant. The man is now facing several drug charges in the case.
A North Carolina man has been jailed for suspicion of running a meth lab out of his Rowan County residence. The 36-year-old is now facing drug charges with the possibility of more charges in the future. A 10-year-old child was at the home when a search warrant was executed and was later handed over to a relative not involved in the case.
Two men and one woman have been arrested after what police claim was a three-county drug investigation in North Carolina. The accused are now facing drug charges, with the allegations stemming in part from surveillance of one of the individuals. The other two were charged with drug-related crimes after police followed the man who was under surveillance to a house in Salisbury.
A man accused of growing marijuana outside his North Carolina home is now facing drug charges. At the time of a local news report, the 42-year-old from Rhodhiss had not yet been arrested, but Caldwell County authorities indicated that he is likely to be accused of several offenses pending a grand jury indictment. Police claim they were tipped off about illegal activity going on at the man's home.
A North Carolina man recently endured an expensive and time-consuming ordeal involving mistaken identity and drug charges. The 22-year-old man was unaware that he was listed as a most-wanted man in the city of Statesville. Shocked when he saw his photo on a wanted poster, he turned himself in to police in an attempt to avoid more public embarrassment. However, as a result of the false drug charges, the man was still suspended from his job.
As any North Carolina resident knows, teenagers make mistakes. Sometimes these mistakes can be very serious and lead to criminal charges, but a teenager should not necessarily suffer the rest of his or her life for a youthful crime. With that mind, readers in the Charlotte area may want to consider the drug charges recently filed against a 17-year-old boy.
Police in Gaston County are claiming that a high school teacher gave prescription anti-anxiety pills to a student. As the pills are a controlled substance, the teacher is now facing multiple drug charges. However, she has no prior criminal record in North Carolina.
Police recently arrested a North Carolina man on allegations of producing counterfeit money. Authorities have accused the young man of a number of crimes, including forgery of bank notes, possession of stolen goods and possession of counterfeit money. At the time of a local news report, he was being held in jail under a $30,000 bond.
A husband and wife living in Iredell County are now facing criminal allegations of drug possession and drug trafficking. Iredell County police arrested the couple in late February after police searched their residence. The drug charges they are facing are serious felonies under North Carolina law.
Law enforcement agencies in North Carolina go through spells of what they call "cracking down" on drunk drivers, and setting up checkpoints on the roadways is one way police officers try to increase DWI arrests.