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September 2017 Archives

Unpaid parking ticket leads to allegations of drug crimes

Many individuals have faced allegations of criminal activity following the search of a vehicle during a routine traffic stop. Should authorities become suspicious of the presence of illegal drugs within the vehicle, an open air search via a K-9 unit may follow. Two individuals have recently been arrested and accused of drug crimes under similar circumstances after allegedly operating a vehicle with a suspended registration in Wisconsin.

Violent crimes: Woman accused of involvement in homicide

Individuals who are accused of involvement in a homicide could be somewhat overwhelmed and intimidated by the process, and perhaps uncertain how to proceed. The penalties for violent crimes of this nature are severe if a conviction is obtained, and those who face similar charges may find it beneficial to focus on forming a strong defense. A Wisconsin woman who was previously dismissed from a homicide case is once again facing serious consequences after prosecutors refiled charges against her.

Overdose leads to accusations of drug crimes for 3 in Wisconsin

Emergency responders are called out to homes to address medical issues on a daily basis. These responders may come prepared to treat a variety of conditions, and should the situation require medication for an overdose, authorities may have become suspicious of drug-related activity within the residence. A recent medical emergency in Wisconsin has led to the arrest of three individuals who currently stand accused of drug crimes.

2 Wisconsin men arrested and accused of violent crimes

Two men have recently been arrested on suspicion of their involvement in an armed robbery that allegedly took place in a parking lot in Wisconsin. The penalties for violent crimes such as armed robbery are severe if a conviction is obtained. Those accuse of similar crimes may wish to protect their future by focusing on their defense with the guidance of an experienced attorney.

Reports of suspicious activity leads to arrests for drug crimes

When a residence is visited by a multitude of individuals on a daily basis, those who live nearby could become suspicious of criminal activity. Should a neighbor file a complaint with authorities, an investigation into the matter may ensue. A recent investigation into a home in Wisconsin has reportedly led to the arrest of seven individuals, each of which stand accused of drug crimes.

1 accused of multiple drug crimes in relation to recent search

When authorities receive information indicating the potential presence of drug activity, an investigation will likely follow. If a warrant is obtained, the subsequent search of a residence could lead to criminal charges against individuals who reside within, the penalties of which may become more severe if children are involved. A 24-year-old man has recently been arrested and accused of drug crimes under similar circumstances following a search in Wisconsin.

White collar crimes: Wisconsin man facing felony theft charges

Facing allegations of theft can be a stressful and intimidating process, perhaps especially when associated with business prospects. When a person is accused of stealing from investors, the amounts in question could be substantial, which in turn increases the severity of the situation. A 46-year-old man in Wisconsin has been accused of white collar crimes in relation to the alleged theft of $135,000 from an investor.

1 accused of felony drug crimes after alleged police pursuit

A 27-year-old man is facing multiple criminal charges in relation to his alleged involvement in a recent police chase in Wisconsin. The penalties for a conviction for drug crimes are serious enough on their own, and any additional offenses may only add to the severity of the situation. The man could currently be preparing for legal proceedings by focusing on forming a strong defense with the guidance of an attorney.

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