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Johnny Jolly receives early probation for drug charges in Houston

Though living the life of a professional football player certainly carries perks, it also carries a lot of risk. In addition to facing the threat of injury on the field, some athletes deal with the realities of drug addiction off the field. Johnny Jolly, Houston resident and former Texas A&M standout, recently received a sentencing reprieve for drug offenses he was convicted of last year.

Clemons tries to strike down drug-related charges in court

Several years ago, the world of professional baseball was rocked by a long string of allegations and extensive federal investigations into the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Several of baseball's biggest stars were accused of taking steroids, which stained many individual reputations and the repute of baseball as a whole.

TCU students charged after prescription drug bust

After completing a drug sting operation, Texas law enforcement officials have arrested numerous individuals who are apparently connected to a Texas Christian University drug ring. Most recently, cops have arrested two more people on drug offenses, in addition to three others previously apprehended. Most of those arrested are students or graduates of the university and have been accused of delivering prescription drugs and marijuana.

Raid leads to large drug stash, federal charges for Houston men

Allegations of drug possession are serious on both the state and federal levels. With that mind, readers in Texas will be interested in a recent raid by federal authorities in Pennsylvania. Reportedly, an alleged drug ring was broken up, and authorities have made drug charges against four people, some of who are from the Houston area. The suspects were arrested on federal drug charges that included allegations of drug trafficking. The investigation was said to have been conducted by several state, federal and local law enforcement agencies.A news release from the United States Attorney's Office alleged that the four men conspired to work together and with others to distribute cocaine on multiple occasions. A grand jury indicted all of the men based on a federal investigation that apparently began in 2009 and continued into September of 2011. A federal raid purportedly resulted in the seizure of 35 pounds of cocaine, the estimated street value of which is $3 million. Authorities also confiscated $7 million in currency.

2 Texans face drug charges after meth allegedly found

Figuring out the exact circumstances of an arrest on drug charges can be a complicated process. This is frequently because news reports about the arrest are based on the suppositions of police spokespersons or on a vaguely worded police press release. After all, police do wish to present themselves in a favorable light. But that can make an arrest for drug charges seem more conclusive than it really is. With these issues in mind, readers of this blog may be interested to hear of a recent drug case that involves two Texas residents.

Texas man with previous record faces drug and weapons charges

Being accused of drug charges in Texas can be intimidating. This can be especially true if the person charged also has a past criminal record. And when a drug charge is coupled with a weapons charge, the stakes go up even higher.

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