Drug Crimes

Portable meth labs contributing to the number of North Carolina busts

2010 was a record-setting year for meth busts in North Carolina. Authorities are attributing the sharp and steady rise to production process improvements made by those cooking meth. North Carolina

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Senators call for the elimination of DWI checkpoint apps this week

Smartphone software applications, or “apps,” are all the rage right now in North Carolina and throughout the entire nation. So much so, that multiple companies have taken steps to develop

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North Carolina store owner accused of lotto ticket larceny

The owner of a Pop Mart convenience store just 40 miles south of Raleigh has been accused of theft of a winning lottery ticket in order to cash it himself. He was

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No drug charges filed in high-speed chase involving synthetic marijuana

North Carolina lawmakers recently passed a ban on the sale of synthetic marijuana and certain bath salts containing the ingredient MDPV, adding them to the state’s controlled substance list. The

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Drunk driving suspect used fake North Carolina drivers’ license

The identities of two Hispanic men pulled over across state lines for speeding last weekend were still unknown as of this past Tuesday. After the driver of the car was

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Meth lab in daycare center raided by North Carolina police

A Morganton, North Carolina couple was placed under arrest early last week under suspicion of operating a meth lab within a daycare center. Recently, the duo had allegedly made large

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North Carolina’s Credit Doctor facing fraud charges in federal court

A North Carolina businessman is facing 74 counts of criminal charges after being indicted in federal court last week. The charges are the result of allegations that he engaged in fraud and

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Wake County men seeking removal from sex offender registry

Being removed from North Carolina’s sex offender registry is probably top of mind for all those convicted of a sex offense and forced to register as a sex offender in our state,

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