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January 2013 Archives

Two men may face felony charges in Ohio for unsafe use of guns

Recently, gun safety has become a focal point for many across the nation. Lawmakers are considering legislation to change the current laws on guns. However, despite the potential stricter regulations, there are still many regulations in place now regarding how guns can be used. Unfortunately, two men in Ohio have been accused of not following these regulations. They have been arrested and could face possible felony charges.

1 man and 2 women faces drug charges in Ohio for crack

When a person is released on parole, it is considered a criminal offense to violate the terms established as a condition of the parole. This can make the penalties harsher if one is already on parole and convicted of a subsequent criminal act. One man who was on parole for a drug dealing charge may be facing this possibility after he was arrested on drug charges for allegedly smoking crack cocaine with two women at his home in Ohio.

2 people face drug charges in Ohio after meth bust

Meth has been found to be one of the most dangerous and addictive drugs. For this reason, criminal charges related to the illegal substance can potentially result in serious consequences. A person may end up behind bars for a significant amount of time as a result of a conviction on drug charges. Two people face this possibility after they were both arrested in Ohio on criminal charges related to producing and selling meth.

Traffic violation turns into drug charges for two in Ohio

Many times authorities will pull over a vehicle for a traffic violation, but upon inspection will find purported evidence of more serious crimes. This is one of the most common ways authorities are able to obtain evidence for charging someone with a drug-related crime. Recently, this is what happened to two individuals from out-of-state who were traveling through Ohio. The police originally pulled them over for speeding violations, but ended up accusing them of drug charges.

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