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Drug Ring Targets Prestigious Suburban Schools

Two young men are credited as the master-minds behind what is referred to the “Main Line Take-Over Project.” The master plan was to take over the Drug Trade at the most elite schools surrounding Philadelphia. Authorities discovered marijuana, hash oil, cocaine, ecstasy, cash, and several weapons in connection with the [...]

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Cybercrimes – “Make it out to Cash”

Recent reports suggest a preference for electronic payment methods has had an impact on the evolution of crime.  Not only does the preference for electronic and credit card payments present less appeal for to-be robbers, but it also is believed to reduce the occurrence of other street crimes because of [...]

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Former Pittsburgh Mayoral Candidate and Wife Face Charges Over False 911 Calls

Former Pittsburgh mayoral candidate Abdula “A.J.” Richardson, 37, and wife Felecia Richardson, 43, of Sheraden, appeared in court today for a preliminary hearing before District Judge James Hanley Jr. The two were ordered to stand trial for charges alleging that they were involved in making more than 100 unnecessary phone calls to [...]

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Anthony Hopkins Spits Blood In Police Officers Face, Says He Has Hep C

An Indiana man, aptly named Anthony Hopkins, faces multiple charges after allegedly spitting blood into the face and mouth of a police officer. Hopkins was arrested early in the morning of April 12, for allegedly fighting with another individual and fleeing from police. Hopkins was eventually chased down and removed [...]

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Arizona Supreme Court Asserts Marijuana DUI Policy

The Supreme Court of Arizona ruled on Tuesday, April 22, that drivers who use marijuana before getting behind the wheel can only be prosecuted for a DUI charge if they were impaired by the substance. This changes the ruling handed down by the Court of Appeals that gave authorities the [...]