In the Bladen County area of North Carolina, two men were arrested for drug charges after being pulled over by police. The vehicle caught the attention of police when a patrol officer noticed the expired tag, which then led to what the officer said was a "probable cause search" of the vehicle. There is no indication of what specifically caused the police to search the car after making the initial traffic stop. The drug charges are based on evidence that was supposedly found in the search.
In North Carolina over 30 men and women are facing drug charges that are spread over three criminal indictments and one criminal complaint. Specifically, this group is facing drug charges for the intent to sell and traffic synthetic drugs. The sting was a joint effort between several law enforcement agencies and the arrests took place over a two day period.
North Carolina police in Cleveland County are looking for a man who is facing several drug charges. The drug charges follow a search of the man's home. Authorities say they found drugs and drug paraphernalia, though the details of the search may play an important role in any criminal defense. The purported drug paraphernalia was not further described, though it appears that its discovery led to a search warrant to open two safes in the home. Police say they found some drugs and a handgun when the safes were opened.
A teacher from Wilmington, North Carolina is facing drug charges, although she is still performing her work duties as a teacher. The teacher was arrested when she was found to have narcotics on her person and while she is not currently in jail, the investigation into this incident is ongoing. If a conviction should result from these drug charges, the teacher could potentially face harsh consequences.
Two young people from the Pinebluff, North Carolina area are facing felony drug charges after a police raid of a private residence. Moore County police executed for a search warrant granted for a home and found a large amount of drugs, controlled prescription pills, and other drug related items. The two people living in the home were arrested and face felony drug charges.
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.
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.
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.
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 22-year-old North Carolina resident has been arrested and was being detained after his bond was set at $50,000. Authorities assert the man is involved in a marijuana operation in the western portion of the state. They also say that additional arrests are likely. He is now facing several drug charges that include the possession and manufacture of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute it and also maintaining the dwelling for those substances.