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May 2014 Archives

2 Texas high school students accused of robbery

According to that someone visited Parkview Manor Nursing early the morning of May 16 and ordered employees to open a safe. It is claimed that the individual carried a BB gun. When police arrived, the individual reportedly fled. However, the person is believed to have returned and ordered employees to move the safe. The following Monday, two 17-year-old Weimar High School students were arrested on theft charges. The student accused of robbing the nursing home has been identified as the school's quarterback.

Drug charge defense might depend on police dog

A narcotics task force operating in Texas has made a significant financial impact on groups and individuals committing drug offenses in the area. Officials reported that a task force composed of personnel drawn from local and federal law enforcement agencies seized more than $386,000 in less than a month. The police attribute the money to drug trafficking in the region.

Drug charge arrests in Texas

Deputies in Llano County arrested two men on two separate drug charges one day apart. The arrests occurred on May 3 and May 4. In the first case, a drug detection dog allegedly discovered 44 grams of what appeared to be methamphetamine after the people in a vehicle at a traffic stop in the 200 block of Highland Loop behaved nervously. One 22-year-old man was arrested and charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Man turns himself in after Texas drug raid

A Graham man turned himself into law enforcement on May 1 following a drug trafficking sting in North Texas two days earlier, according to the Young County Sheriff's Office. Police said that the April 29 sting in the Dallas area involved arrest warrants for 30 suspects, 26 of whom were detained as a result of the sting. The Graham man was one of four people for whom police were still looking after the raid, police said.

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