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The rundown on rapper Tekashi69 (and why he might spend the rest of his life behind bars)

There's a saying: "He who rises high, falls far." And for rapper Tekashi69, the fall looks to be very far indeed.

Ex-Panther Rae Carruth released after 18 years in prison for conspiring to murder pregnant girlfriend

The former wide receiver's brief NFL career has long been overshadowed by the dark chapter that unfolded in Charlotte in November 1999. Rae Carruth's girlfriend, Cherica Adams (who, by his account, had only been a booty call) was 30 weeks pregnant with his baby. Carruth had asked her to get an abortion. She refused.

Federal Drug Conspiracy Charges After Western NC Meth Bust

A federal indictment charges at least nine members of an alleged drug ring of conspiracy to possess and distribute methamphetamine in western North Carolina. At least three more individuals are wanted in connection with the meth ring.

Three Face Federal Conspiracy And Bribery Charges

The owner of Clean On Green and two employees were recently indicted on federal charges of conspiracy to violate the False Claims Act and bribing a government official after authorities uncovered what they believe to be a fraudulent practice of subbing out samples submitted for drug testing with samples that would not test positive. Clean On Green worked with the Probation Office of Western North Carolina to provide follow-up drug counseling and testing services through a contract with the federal government.

Charlotte Company Facing Federal Fraud Charges

Money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the federal government are just two of the charges that a local Charlotte company is facing after a grand jury voted to indict Boggs Paving in a government contracting fraud scheme. Over the last 10 years, Boggs has won as much as $88 million in federal contracts, based in part on its assertions that it regularly does business with or subcontracts to Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs).

WNC Drug Ring Busted In Federal Drug Trafficking Investigation

For two years, the feds claim to have been watching a group of people accused of drug trafficking in and around the Cherokee Indian Reservation in Western North Carolina. In total, seven people have been charged with federal drug trafficking and each faces up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine for each drug charge, according to a recently unsealed federal indictment.

Major Drug Trafficking Ring Busted Bus Cabarrus County

Reportedly by using furniture trucks, five people have been charged with trafficking more than two tons of marijuana to Concord. The five were linked by investigators to a Mexican drug ring. The co-conspirators used warehouses at the final destination for the drugs to complete the mass shipping of weed up I-85, just north of Charlotte.

Federal Fraud Conviction For Former Army Soldier

For a year and a half, Natosha Boyd requested reimbursement for travel expenses that exceeded her actual costs, totaling over $400,000 in fraudulent claims for payment. She was part of a conspiracy of at least seven people at Fort Bragg who obtained hundreds of thousands of dollars by submitting false claims to the government.

34 Cary-Area Break-Ins May Have Been Solved With Recent Arrests

Two men have been arrested and charged with various forms of breaking and entering, including two counts a piece for intent to commit felony larceny after a police pursuit ended in a two-car collision. Twenty-seven-year-old Brian Johnson and 23-year-old Nicolas Losito stand accused of working together to rob 34 businesses in Cary, Apex and Morrisville.

Ex-NASCAR Driver Cries "Conspiracy!" in North Carolina

A former racecar driver in North Carolina claims that law enforcement officials and NASCAR are involved in a conspiracy against him. A grand jury handed down indictments against Jeremy Mayfield on February 20 for possession of stolen property and obtaining property by false pretense.

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