2. On April 15, 2015, Herrel was arrested for his alleged involvement in the distribution of illegal drugs and prescription pills.
Maryland police officers pulled a vehicle over for speeding at approximately 3am on 7 August 1999. The police officers found three men in the vehicle. The driver was Donte Partlow, the front seat passenger and defendant Joseph Pringle, and the backseat passenger Otis Smith. One of the police officers asked the owner and driver of the vehicle for his license and registration. When Partlow opened the glove box, the police officer observed a large amount of money in the glove box. The police officer checked for outstanding warrants and issued Partlow a warning. Then the officer asked for permission to search his vehicle. Upon searching the vehicle the police officer found the money he had seen earlier as well as five baggies of cocaine in-between the armrest and back seat. All three occupants in the vehicle were questioned and denied any knowledge or ownership of the cocaine. Subsequently all three men were arrested and brought back to the police station for questioning. Pringle waived his rights after being given a Miranda warning and confessed that the cocaine was his and he intended to sell it. He claimed that the other occupants in the vehicle had no knowledge of the drugs. At trial, Pringle moved to suppress his confession, claiming that it was the result of an illegal arrest. The court denied his motion, and
Similarly, treatment in lieu of conviction was granted for Ryan T. Malachin, 20, of 370 S. Washington St., Millersburg, who pleaded guilty to two counts of trafficking in marijuana. The charges stem from the alleged sale of drugs to a confidential informant on June 23 and June
The officer stopped and made her perform SFST’s after denying she was drinking. After performing the test Cit Cat gave six indicators of impairment during the test. Cit Cat breathe sample was .078 and she was arrested under the Zero Tolerance DUI law. The police officer proceeded and searched Cit Cat’s car and found an empty Peach Amsterdam bottle in her purse. Officer read Zero Tolerance Warning to Motorist Under 21 rights to Cit Cat and at 12:50 a.m. she retested and her alcohol level was at .081. She was then sent to jail and charged with improper lane usage and illegal transportation of alcohol. She was later released to her stepfather on a traffic citation. Cit Cat went to court and the judge decided that she would be on twelve month probation with no drugs or alcohol, completes all evaluation/assessment/counseling or treatment supervision. Cit Cat violated her probation and tested positive for marijuana which she was sent to rehab. Cit Cat’s anger problem and drug addiction causes her to commit crimes. Her dad was an alcoholic so she has seen her dad cope with alcohol as a child. Her mother suffers from anxiety and is prescribed Xanax. Cit Cat has drunk before and tried Xanax which was around her childhood so it was accessible to her
Major Hughes logged the items into evidence where the crystal like substance will be sent to the lab for further testing. I ran Mickenzie through dispatch and dispatch advised Mickenzie had a positive warrant out of Ralls County for failure to appear on driving while suspended or revoked, warrant number 17RLFTA194, issued on 10-27-2017.
Basically in my opinion, Atwater felt that a driving violation that usually resulted in a $50 ticket max, which resulted in her being arrested, was unfair grounds for her detainment.
Aileen, now a young adult at age 18, had made it to Colorado where she got her first arrest. She was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, shooting a gun from the inside of a moving car, and disorderly conduct. She
given throughout the 4 years was the possession of illegal substance- marijuana. Yes, the police
One of the woman that were there got my attention to how many charges she had with the law. They mentioned her an assault, several different drugs, and leaving the scene of a hit and run. She was put on probation June, 2015 for five years. She is a recovering heroin addict, and she was almost clean for three years till a relapse in July. That lasted two months one to two times a week. She mentioned the
Locklear was arrested in connection with suspicion of driving under the influence and being under the influence of a controlled substance in September 2008.
The defendant pleaded Not Guilty to the charge of violating CVC 22450(a). The facts of the case were as follows: While exiting the 5 freeway, the defendant claims to have made a brief stop at a stop sign at the intersection at the end of the off ramp. After the stop, she proceeded to turn right through the intersection. Shortly thereafter, she was stopped by a officer and was charged with violating CVC 22450(a) - Failure to stop for stop sign.
S. Supreme Court end up taking a step backwards to examine was the “Arizona v. Gant, 556 U.S. 332 (2009), which is a case that involved an anonymous tip that a resident was selling narcotics” (“Arizona v. Gant”, 2009). LEOs knocked on the door and asked to talk to the owner, but Gant opened the door and specified that the owner will return later on. They left, but not before they conducted an outstanding warrant check, at which time it was revealed that Gant had a suspended license and an outstanding warrant for driving with an adjourned license, and a warrant for his arrest. Therefore, they returned later when they observed a man at the back door and a female in the driveway in a parked
On Friday, the “On the Road” segment with Steve Hartman featured the story of Michigan resident Jameel McGee, who was falsely accused of and arrested for dealing drugs in 2005. Benton Harbor police officer Andrew Collins confessed that he manipulated the report to pass on the blame to another person, resulting in an the jailing of an innocent man, CBS News reports.
Elliott Watson was arrested for the possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute said illegal drug. Elliott Watson was stopped by Officer Timothy Johnson because of faulty mechanical problems of Elliot Watson’s vehicle, which was sputtering and stalling out, and the vehicle also fit the description of a vehicle, a sports coupe, that had earlier, was used to kidnap a three year old young girl, Wanda Jones,
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