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LONDON, Ky. (LEX 18) – Two people were arrested after a traffic stop in which drug paraphernalia was discovered in a diaper bag. Christopher L. Lawson, 29, and April N. Hicks, 24, of London were stopped for expired registration but ended up being arrested for more serious charges. Upon making contact with Lawson, the driver […]

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Kanawha County man will be sentenced later this year after pleading guilty to charges connected to an incident where he allegedly beat and bit a 17 month old baby. “The defendant is accused and recently plead guilty to abusing him and causing serious bodily injury which was a bite to his […]

Long County authorities believe they intercepted drugs and cellphones that two women were trying to get to prisoners at the Long State Prison. A report from the Sheriff’s Office says Deputy Keldon McCrary made a traffic stop about 11:30 p.m. March 18 near the prison. During the investigation he came to suspect the driver, Patricia […]

A former campus supervisor at Dean Morgan Junior High has been charged with manslaughter based on allegations he caused a man’s death last year by putting methamphetamine in his drink, court documents show. Authorities also allege Jon Patrick Freiberg sold meth to young men in Casper and once sold the drug during a school lunch […]

LEMOORE — An autopsy of the driver who crashed an SUV on March 31 into a parked F-18 fighter at Naval Air Station Lemoore, killing himself and a female passenger, revealed a heavy concentration of methamphetamine in his blood. Anthony Castillo, 29, of Campbell was found to have a blood meth level of 4,686 nanograms […]

According to a news release, U.S. Marshal Jeff Holt announced Wednesday the capture of 36-year-old Michael Wayne Baker of Parsons, who was wanted for several charges including allegedly shooting at a motorist following him on a local highway. The victims in the incident were reportedly attempting to write down the license plate of the suspect’s […]

A Richmond man with a history of violence against women, including an incident in which he terrorized his girlfriend and fired a shot, has been designated a dangerous offender and jailed indefinitely. In December 2013, James Lee Roper, 43, pleaded guilty to a violent hostage-taking incident involving his girlfriend, who can be identified only by […]

Pawn Stars Chumlee, aka Austin Lee Russell, is not going to do serious jail time for the guns and drugs found in his home during a search, and the sexual assault charges have been dropped, according to court documents. Chumlee’s attorneys have been working on a plea deal to keep Chumlee out of jail, but […]

WOLF POINT, Montana, May 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Delberta Seminole Eagleman is raising six grandchildren by herself, their own mothers lost to drugs and violence on Montana’s Fort Peck Indian Reservation. When the softly-spoken 67-year-old member of the Northern Cheyenne tribe looks around, she says, she sees grandmothers holding the battered community together. “They […]

If you want the truth, hold your nose. Sewage monitored to track drug use in Adelaide, Australia, has revealed that methamphetamine use doubled in four years. Reliable data on illegal drug use is difficult to obtain, because users often don’t know what exactly they have taken, or how much. But sewage doesn’t lie, and analysing […]

A 40-year-old man was convicted Tuesday of second-degree murder in the oral sex-related choking death of a transgender woman whose body was found behind a Dairy Queen in Anaheim two years ago. Randy Lee Parkerson, an unemployed methamphetamine user, routinely met men and transgender people online and got together with them in person for sex, […]

A Rome woman remained in the Floyd County Jail on Tuesday without bond after her arrest with drugs on Old Dalton Road. According to Floyd County Jail reports: Amy LeAnn Bell, 27, of 101 Calhoun Ave., was picked up Monday night between 9:30 and 10 p.m. after a passerby called authorities to report a woman […]

ROUND ROCK, TEXAS – An Austin man was arrested Sunday morning after he allegedly held a puppy out the window of a moving vehicle and was in possession of methamphetamine. According to an arrest affidavit, Round Rock police stopped Martin Morris, 53, outside a Round Rock Walmart around 10 a.m. Sunday after officers were dispatched […]

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – The man accused of killing a father in front of his daughter this past weekend had been addicted to methamphetamine, according to police. Salvador Ramirez was killed early Sunday at his trailer, where he was living with his wife Danielle Ramirez and their children. About three weeks ago, they had invited […]

STRATHMORE — Laura Serrano, 31, was arrested Saturday in Strathmore on methamphetamine charges, according to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 19200 block of Road 244 and contacted Serrano, who was driving, at about 12:40 a.m. A search of the vehicle revealed “a substantial amount […]

GULFPORT — A man found with meth after he checked out of a Gulfport hotel told officers he keeps meth on hand because, “I like to freak the ladies with it,” a court document said. Michael Allen Webb. 43, is held for federal marshals on a criminal complaint that alleges he’s a meth distributor. Webb […]

LUCEDALE, Miss. (AP) – A 29-year-old George County woman is due in court in June on charges she was impaired by drugs when she was involved in a deadly collision in 2015. That’s according to court records. The Sun Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1V8V3CV) Kimberlie Dailey is set for arraignment June 30 on three counts of felony […]

MISSOULA –The days of homemade methamphetamine from car trunks and plastic bottles have dwindled, but Montana’s appetite for Mexican methamphetamine continues to grow. The Missoula County Attorney’s Office dealt with between 50 and 100 methamphetamine cases in the early 2000s, according to Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst. She said most of it was manufactured by […]

TEXARKANA, Ark. – More than one dozen suspects have been picked up in a drug raid. A news release issued Tuesday stated that 18 people had been taken into custody and investigators were looking for eight others. The investigation and raid involved the Miller County Sheriff’s Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Marshal’s […]

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Johnson City police are seeing a dramatic rise in some types of illegal drugs they are seizing. According to Chief Mark Sirois, in 2014, his officers seized around 420 grams of crack cocaine. In 2015, that number nearly doubled to more than 777 grams. They also saw an increase in powder […]

WOODRIDGE (Sun-Times Media Wire) – An estimated $4 million worth of methamphetamine was seized following a traffic stop on the Stevenson Expressway in the western suburbs Monday afternoon. Francisco J. Navarro Montez, 37, of Columbus, Ohio, was charged with possession of methamphetamine after 44 pounds of the drug was found in his truck after he […]

A Helena woman faces 10 felony charges, including five counts of assault on a peace officer, for allegedly biting, kicking and scratching several officers, causing injury. Rebecca Jean Frankforter is in jail on the five assault charges alongside felony counts of robbery, criminal possession with intent to distribute (methamphetamine) and three charges of criminal possession […]

Tulsa police on Monday identified the victim of a fatal shooting at a south Tulsa apartment complex on Saturday. Michael Fisher, 42, was a resident of the Woodland Hills Apartments, although his fatal shooting occurred in another resident’s apartment, Sgt. Dave Walker said. It appears that Fisher had allowed the suspect, whom police identified as […]

A Northland man high on methamphetamine raped a 3-year-old girl. His offending only came to light after a doctor confirmed the young child had contracted a sexually transmitted disease. The man was invited to stay in the girl’s home but repaid the family’s kindness by raping the girl, Judge Duncan Harvey said. “As rapes go, […]

DEFIANCE, Oh. (WNWO) — Methamphetamine continues to be a problem and is now being found more throughout neighborhoods, including those in northwest Ohio. Plastic bottles are being used to cook meth. It’s a continuing epidemic and now it’s becoming more common to find “cookers” out in the open. You may think you’re doing a favor […]