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September 2018 Archives

Florida man caught with cocaine after traffic stop

A 47-year-old man landed in jail for cocaine possession after a deputy from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office pulled over his car for allegedly not using a turn signal during a lane change. The driver stopped his vehicle on the Overseas Highway close to Ocean Bay Drive in Key Largo. A spokesman for the sheriff's office said that the man argued with the deputy and demanded to speak to the deputy's supervisor because there was no reason to be pulled over.

10 arrested in drug bust linked to drug trafficking

Law enforcement agents spent a year gathering evidence against 10 people arrested on charges of distributing heroin, fentanyl and methamphetamine in central Florida. According to the director of the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation, a 30-year-old man taken into custody was selling large quantities of heroin and fentanyl in Orange County. At the time of his arrest, police claimed that he had 3 kilograms of heroin and a gun in his possession.

Florida man facing drug charges after traffic stop

A 46-year-old Florida man was charged with drug possession and trafficking on the evening of Sept. 4 after officers with the Marianna Police Department allegedly discovered significant quantities of marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA during a routine traffic stop in Jackson County. Reports indicate that the man was transported to an area detention facility after being taken into custody.

What to do about an accusation of shoplifting

There are more serious crimes than shoplifting, but that doesn't mean you should take an accusation lightly. Depending on what you're accused of stealing, a conviction could result in a variety of hefty consequences, some of which could alter your life forever.

Authorities take 2 into custody on drug charges

Authorities in Florida took two people into custody after they were found running a drug house out of a mobile home in Ocala. The house allegedly had a drive-thru service in addition to a walk-up window. After conducting a search of the residence on Aug. 24, authorities found paraphernalia and cash in addition to controlled substances. This led police to believe that the two were selling fentanyl.

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