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1 facing violent crimes charges for alleged armed robbery

Upon being accused of a serious crime, many individuals may be unaware of the legal avenues available to them. Those who face violent crimes charges could benefit from consulting with an attorney for guidance in understanding the charges as well as advice on how best to proceed. A 54-year-old man could be considering his defense options after he was recently accused of armed robbery in Wisconsin.

According to reports, the incident occurred just before 9 p.m. on a recent Sunday when an employee at a sandwich shop claims that a man walked up to the register and pulled out a firearm. The employee told police the man threatened to shoot him if he didn't hand over all the money in the register. The worker states that the man fled the scene after obtaining the cash.

2 accused of drug crimes regarding shipments of narcotics

Two Wisconsin men have been arrested after police claimed to have received reports that they were receiving shipments of illegal drugs through the mail. Each is reportedly facing multiple drug crimes charges following the investigation. Those who are accused of similar offenses may wish to protect themselves by forming a strong defense, but they might be uncertain where to turn for guidance in navigating the criminal justice system.

Law enforcement agents assert that the investigation began when they received a tip claiming that packages containing illegal drugs were being shipped to a local residence. Upon executing a search warrant at the residence, authorities were allegedly able to uncover the presence of as many as 7 ounces of cocaine and 3 lbs. of marijuana. They claim that the shipments were coming in from oversees and that the two individuals had attempted to hide the drugs within wood carvings.

White collar crimes: Man pleads not guilty to embezzlement

When a business feels as though certain amounts of revenue have been misplaced, it may wish to further investigate the matter. In some cases, a company may seek to place the blame on an employee, and a similar situation could leave a person facing allegations of white collar crimes. A man is reportedly facing criminal charges after he was accused of embezzling more than $25,000 while working at a golf course in Wisconsin.

Although many of the details remain unclear as to how the owners of the golf course came to believe the money had gone missing, they have accused a former manager of stealing a substantial sum. The man reportedly stands accused of erasing just under $19,000 worth of sales from a computer at the business. In addition, the owners also claim that he had taken an unspecified amount of money from cash deposit bags that were kept within the establishment overnight.

Investigation leads to drug crimes charges for 3 in Wisconsin

Three individuals have been arrested and are facing multiple charges after allegedly attempting to obtain medications from multiple pharmacies with the use of fraudulent prescriptions in Wisconsin. Due to the possible severity of a conviction for drug crimes of this nature, those accused of such an offense may feel somewhat overwhelmed by the process. Those who face similar circumstances may wish to protect their futures, but they might be uncertain where to turn for assistance in the process.

According to law enforcement agents, the incident began when a man allegedly visited a pharmacy and obtained medication with the use of a fraudulent prescription. Soon thereafter, authorities assert that he visited another pharmacy and provided a similar document. While he was waiting for the prescription to be filled, police claim to have located him and another person in a vehicle outside the establishment.

Recording of phone conversation leaves 1 accused of drug crimes

When authorities receive information on the possible presence of drug activity, a subsequent investigation may ensue. Should this investigation include a wiretap on a phone line, a conversation between two individuals could lead to allegations of drug crimes. A 27-year-old man has recently been arrested and accused of involvement in drug activity under similar circumstances in Wisconsin.

The incident reportedly took place while authorities were investigating another individual whom they suspected to be involved in the distribution of nearly 500 grams of methamphetamine. During this investigation, a wiretap was placed on her phone line. Police claim that with the use of a wiretap, they were able to uncover evidence suggesting that a man was also supplying this person with unspecified amounts of cocaine.

Violent crimes: 2 accused of armed robbery in Wisconsin

When a crime takes place, law enforcement agents may initiate their investigation based on the statement of a witness. Whether this includes the make and model of a vehicle, or the clothing worn by a person, police may use this information in an attempt to locate a suspect. Two individuals are facing violent crimes charges in relation to their alleged involvement in a recent armed robbery in Wisconsin.

The incident reportedly began when an employee at a convenience store notified authorities that a robbery had taken place. Upon speaking with police, the clerk claimed that a man had entered the store with a gun and demanded cash. After allegedly threatening this person and taking an unspecified amount of cash from the register, the clerk claims to have watched the man enter a van and leave the scene.

Car trouble leads to drug crimes charges for Wisconsin woman

Breaking down on the side of the road can be a scary experience, especially late at night. Upon encountering a such a vehicle, authorities may approach with the intention of providing assistance, but the situation could turn into an investigation should they deem the actions of the occupants suspicious in any way. A 27-year-old woman in Wisconsin has reportedly been arrested on suspicion of drug crimes under similar circumstances.

Authorities claim the incident took place after officers encountered a vehicle that was parked on the shoulder of the interstate. The occupants reportedly informed police that they were waiting on a tow truck, and upon being asked for identification, police assert that both individuals stated that they weren't carrying their driver's licenses. They also claim that one of the occupants attempted to provide a false name.

White collar crimes: Man accused of embezzling over $100,000

A 54-year-old man is reportedly facing numerous felony charges after allegedly embezzling over $100,000 while employed at the University of Wisconsin. Being accused of white collar crimes of this nature can be a stressful and harrowing experience. Those who face similar charges could benefit from speaking with an attorney early in the process for advice on the best course of action with which to proceed.

The university claims the man stole the money over the course of three years while working as a financial specialist in the housing division. Authorities assert the man issued numerous checks to students at the university before signing the checks over to himself and cashing them. In addition, he also stands accused of issuing fraudulent checks to personal acquaintances and stealing physical assets such as televisions from the university.

Drug crimes: 1 accused of purchasing illegal narcotics online

With the recent growth of online shopping, it might not be all that uncommon for a person to receive multiple packages through the mail on a weekly basis. A person can purchase almost anything on the internet and have it shipped right to his or her door. Unfortunately, a Wisconsin woman is now facing accusations of drug crimes after authorities claim she used an encrypted computer network to purchase illegal narcotics.

Authorities say the investigation began when a postal service worker allegedly discovered two packages containing multiple tablets of oxycodone that were addressed to the woman. After looking into her shipping and receiving history, they claim to have discovered that she had received over 600 packages in the previous two years alone. Police assert that she showed up to pick up the packages the same day, and she was taken into custody upon arrival.

Wisconsin teacher accused of multiple drug crimes

A recent investigation into the possible presence of drug activity has reportedly led to criminal charges for a teacher in Wisconsin. Following the investigation, the teacher was placed on leave while awaiting future court proceedings. Those who stand accused of drug crimes under similar circumstances may wish to challenge the charges and protect their futures, but they may need guidance in the process.

According to reports, the incident took place after investigators obtained a warrant to search her home. During the search, authorities claim they uncovered the presence of a small marijuana growing operation. While being questioned about the situation, the woman allegedly informed investigators that the plants were for personal use and that she had no intention of distributing them.

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