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Vermont has become the latest state to remove criminal penalties for the possession of small quantities of marijuana with legislation signed into law. Civil fines will replace criminal penalties for possession of up to an ounce of marijuana or 5 grams...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A major break for federal agents tracking a local drug conspiracy involving Mexican meth. Agents say a group distributed the addictive drug throughout Greene, Christian and Webster counties Five people are behind bars at the Greene...
Tags: Heroin, Drugs and Medicines
Simple possession of small amounts of methamphetamine — enough for personal use but presumably not for dealing — is a "wobbler" in California, meaning that offenses can be charged as either felonies or misdemeanors. It's different with...
Tags: Prosecution, Prisons, Crimes, Criminals, Crime, Law and Justice
— State lawmakers failed to pass pension reform, gambling expansion and gay marriage during the spring session, but they did send the governor bills to require video recording of interrogations of serious crimes and bar child sex offenders from...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsUpdate: Garden City Police say two of the four people they were looking for in connection with gang activity have been located and arrested. Police say Joey Terrazas and Bernabed Gramajo were both arrested today. The search continues for the other...
Tags: Heroin, Trials, Gang Activity, Theft, Criminals
German director Achim Freyer divided Los Angeles audiences three years ago when L.A. Opera began rolling out his avant-garde staging of Wagner's "The Ring of the Nibelung" at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. While many admired Freyer's challenging,...
The following case was resolved in May 29 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. — Billy H. Bowman Jr., theft by deception (four counts), pleaded guilty, 20 days concurrent; theft by deception, dismissed; contempt of court, pleaded guilty,...
South Bend TribuneCASSOPOLIS -- As Cass County Circuit Court Judge Michael Dodge pointed out Friday, it's hard to fathom why a successful Edwardsburg couple, both with good jobs and living in a $180,000 home, decided to manufacture and use methamphetamine. But Scott...
Tags: Prosecution, Prisons, Trials, McDonald's, Crime, Law and Justice
CASSOPOLIS -- Two residents of the 29000 block of Follmer Road near Niles were arraigned today in Cass County 4th District Court for allegedly operating what police termed a large meth manufacturing site. Brandon Mammolenti, 25, was arraigned on a...
Following are some of the incidents recently reported to area police agencies and the Lake County Sheriff's Office. This information was compiled from public records maintained by those agencies. The Police Log is published Thursdays in the Lake section....
AnchorNIXA, Mo. -- Four people were arrested because city police believe they had meth in their car and it was the drug dog that found it. During a traffic stop last week, Jannie, the dog, alerted officers to the scent of drugs. Officers say they found...
Tags: Drug Trafficking
email@example.comKentucky remains at the wrong end of too many rankings of states in measures of education, health, and prosperity. The commonwealth occasionally makes modest, incremental improvements, but real progress requires bolder action. Because Kentucky begins so...
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