Man charged with having drugs, firearm in car – Yahoo News

Mar. 20—Police said they arrested a Frederick man on Monday after finding drugs and a firearm in his car.On Monday, Frederick police pulled over a vehicle in the area of Fairview Avenue and Motter Avenue, southwest of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School, after "observing a motor vehicle violation, according to a news release from the

Luckey woman indicted for drug trafficking – Sentinel-Tribune

Eight people, including a woman from Luckey, have been indicted for trafficking drugs in the county.A Wood County grand jury on March 15 indicted Michelle G. Komorny, 39, Luckey, for aggravated trafficking in drugs and aggravated possession of drugs, both third-degree felonies. On March 1, 2022, she allegedly was found in possession of and was

‘You can’t get sober if you’re dead’: Alabama makes it hard for some to combat overdoses –

Morgan Farrington, of Huntsville, walks with Patrick Bezotte during an interview about her work in harm reduction among some of the most vulnerable populations which can't be helped because of Alabama laws during an interview on Thursday, March 9, 2023 in downtown Huntsville, Ala. (Eric Schultz/ couple weeks ago, Morgan Farrington heard loud, wheezing gasps

Shreveport Police Arrest Man for Guns and Drugs – News Radio 710 KEEL

Shreveport Police Patrol Officers responded to a suspicious person’s call in the 600 block of Topeka Street in reference to a man near a reportedly abandoned home on March 18th, 2023, around 9:45 a.m.Responding officers arrived in the area and located Monolo Baker (10/16/78). Officers found that Baker was in possession of a handgun and

New Bill Addresses Date Rape Drugs – Hi-Line Today – Hi-Line Today

Elinor Smith is a reporter with the UM Legislative News Service. this is one of her reports:HELENA — A Senate panel is now debating a bill that would criminalize ‘roofying’ someone, or slipping drugs into someone’s drink without their consent or knowledge, after the bill passed the House of Representatives unanimously. Under current law, putting drugs