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Kentucky man faces felony drug charges after ATV ride

A 33-year-old Kentucky man is facing felony drug trafficking charges after allegedly driving an all-terrain vehicle while intoxicated in Bell County on April 29. The Arjay resident is charged with one count of trafficking in marijuana, first and third degree counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, possessing drug paraphernalia, driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving without a valid driver's license and operating an ATV on the roadway.

A Bell County Sheriff's Department deputy says that the sequence of events began when he pulled over an ATV that he had observed being driven erratically and at a high rate of speed. The deputy claims that the man atop the ATV appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and had bloodshot eyes. He was taken into custody after allegedly failing two field sobriety tests.

Three accused of drug offenses after police arrests

Police arraigned three people in Kentucky's McCracken County on April 23 and accused of them drug charges. Police say that the McCracken County Sheriff's Department Drug Division led an investigation that resulted in the arrest of a 49-year-old woman, a 32-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman. Police claim that the investigation was launched after they received a complaint that the 49-year-old woman had arranged to sell drugs in the parking lot of one business in Paducah.

When they arrived, they found that woman in a vehicle along with the other two individuals. Police searched the vehicle where they allegedly found 21.8 grams of crystal methamphetamine as well as quantities of marijuana, amphetamine pills, clonazepam pills and drug paraphernalia. The three individuals were taken into custody and booked at the McCracken County Regional Jail.

Gambling addiction in Kentucky can lead to legal problems

It has been reported that between 3 and 5 percent of all gamblers have suffered or currently suffer from what would be considered a gambling problem. When a person suffers from alcohol addiction, it makes it more likely that they will struggle with maintaining a healthy balance when it comes to gambling, too.

Being gripped by addiction in one form or another has the power to turn your life upside down. If you are struggling with addiction, it is important to know that it is an illness that can be cured if help is sought. Dealing with addiction can increase a person's likelihood of being involved in crime, in addition. This is often because the person changes one's view on reality, and can resort to extreme measures to fund the addiction.

Kentucky woman could face only probation despite criminal record

A Kentucky woman who had previously avoided prison time after killing two people in a DUI crash could face little more than probation again despite facing a slew of new drug and firearm charges. An error by the police might lead to the most serious charges being dismissed.

According to court records, the woman entered into a plea deal in early March with the Jefferson County prosecutor. The sentence handed down by the judge could be for a minimum of five years probation or a maximum of three years in prison. The defendant admitted in the plea agreement to possessing methamphetamine and prescription drugs with the intent to distribute. She also admitted possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Five arrested in drug raid in Kentucky

Authorities in Carlisle County arrested five individuals for drug offenses on March 27. All of the alleged offenders were arrested at apartments in Bardville in the early morning hours after local sheriffs executed several search warrants at homes in one complex. Sheriffs said that they had received multiple complaints about drug sales and trafficking in the complex.

The Carlisle County Sheriff Department said that they surveilled the apartments for four months, from December 2017 through March 2018, in order to determine if there was a sufficient reason to search the property. After obtaining search warrants, the police and two drug-sniffing dogs carried out the raid. Authorities say that they found amounts of methamphetamine, some prescription drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Kentucky woman charged with felonies related to drug possession

A woman in McCracken County is in serious legal jeopardy after she was arrested at her home on felony charges on March 2, 2018. According to law enforcement, the woman was taken into custody after deputies discovered guns, ammunition and illegal narcotics in her home.

According to a spokesperson with the McCracken County Sheriff's Department, officers responded to the residence at 2:30 p.m. on March 2, 2018, in an attempt to make contact with the woman at the behest of Kentucky Social Services. Upon their arrival, sheriff's deputies noticed several items of drug paraphernalia in plain view within the living room. When questioned, the woman admitted to smoking marijuana.

Wilkos admits drinking and driving

Kentucky residents may be interested in learning the latest on television talk show host Steve Wilkos. Last month the celebrity was involved in a one-vehicle auto accident that left him injured and taking a break from taping his popular program in Connecticut. He initially stated he was driving without his eyeglasses when he flipped his car but details have now emerged that reveal Wilkos was apparently driving under the influence at the time of the wreck.

Police in Dorian, CT, have charged the host with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) on January 21, 2018, when he crashed into multiple posts and a tree before flipping the vehicle. According to media reports, Wilkos had a blood alcohol level of .29 when blood samples were taken after the accident. Upon receiving lab reports, authorities issued an arrest warrant, and Wilkos turned himself in before being released on $1500 bond.

Were you accused of a crime? It's time to defend yourself!

Good people get accused of crimes; it's a very simple fact. Whether you were wrongly accused of breaking the law, or you just made a mistake of judgment, you can benefit from a well-crafted criminal defense strategy.

The style of criminal defense you choose will depend on a variety of factors, namely:

  • What are the consequences and potential punishments associated with conviction?
  • How strong is the prosecution's case against you?
  • Is it likely you'll win or lose at trial?

Three charged with drug offenses after traffic stop

Following a traffic stop on Feb. 14, three residents of Kentucky are facing several drug charges and are being held in the McCracken County Regional Jail. The three were arrested after a 1:20 a.m. traffic stop for an equipment violation when police stopped the 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser. During the stop, the police assessed the driver and determined that she was driving the vehicle while under the influence of methamphetamine.

After determining that the driver was intoxicated, the vehicle and its passengers were searched by the police. The police claimed that they discovered a variety of drug paraphernalia within the car, most containing some trace of methamphetamine or suspected meth; the paraphernalia present included hypodermic needles and syringes. Both passengers also had drug paraphernalia items in their possession, police said, as well as methamphetamine.

Police raid Louisville man’s three residences, find pounds of pot

Kentucky has some of the harshest penalties in the nation for violations of drug laws. A Louisville man recently arrested on charges of drug trafficking is facing that reality in the face.

Law enforcement officials said the 32-year-old man was maintaining several residences near the intersection of Southside Drive and South Arbor Park for the purpose of storing drugs and executing drug transactions.

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