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November 2011 Archives

North Carolina men facing serious drug charges

North Carolina law enforcement has been cracking down on drug crimes for years. As part of their efforts, they apprehend and charge individuals on a daily basis. For some of those arrested and facing drug charges, the future may look bleak if they are convicted of the crimes.

60-year-old man killed in Wilmington accident

In a tragic accident earlier this month, a 60-year-old Wilmington, North Carolina, man died in a car accident in the vicinity of Greenfield Lake Park. His 21-year-old female passenger was hospitalized with serious injuries. The accident happened when the man's antique car merged from Carolina Beach Road onto Third Street.

Drunk driving alleged in fatal accident

A motor vehicle accident led to the death of a North Carolina woman late last month. The accident took place at about 1 a.m. in Charlotte when the woman was attempting to cross a street. The driver has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, DWI and a license restriction violation.

Multiple drug charges will require strong defense

North Carolina residents know that charges involving drugs can come with severe penalties. The more drug charges involved in one arrest, the harsher the penalties. When an individual is facing several charges stemming from two different arrests, there is a long climb ahead. Such is the case for a Pinebluff, North Carolina, man, who is currently facing a long string of charges after his home was searched in mid-October.

Motorcycle accident kills father and son

The consequences of motor vehicle accidents in Wilmington, North Carolina, and across the state can prove devastating, and those whose conduct caused the accident should be held responsible for their negligent actions. While one would hope that the at-fault driver would stay at the scene of the motorcycle accident and help render aid if necessary, many instead choose to try to run.

Cocaine allegedly found during police investigation

On Oct. 10, two North Carolina men from Rockingham were arrested following an investigation conducted that same day. The two men now face various drug charges and are being held in the Moore County Jail. A 30-year-old man received a $125,000 secured bond while a 23-year-old man received a $50,000 secured bond.

Reality TV star causes car accident

Car accidents in Wilmington, North Carolina, and elsewhere are unique in that it is not always possible to know the extent to which someone has been injured simply by looking at the scene of the crash. Sometimes, a head-on collision that leaves two or more cars mangled beyond recognition results in both drivers walking away with minor scrapes. Other times, a simple fender bender results in death. And there are even car accidents where a person appears fine in the immediate aftermath of a collision, only to suffer serious injury or death in the following hours or days.

Auto accident claims life of Wilmington bicyclist

A tragic and fatal car accident involving a bicycle occurred on Oct. 16 in Wilmington. The collision happened around 10 p.m., after the bicyclist reportedly ran a red light. A 19-year-old minivan driver was said to be traveling north on Independence Boulevard when he struck and killed the 19-year-old bicyclist. In investigating the auto accident, police initially determined the driver of the minivan had the right of way, while the bicyclist ran the red light and did not have either a safety helmet or visible lights. The victim later died at New Hanover Regional Medical Center from a head injury, and police say the driver was not at fault and will not face charges.

Drug charges brought against North Carolina felon

A drug charge in North Carolina can lead to serious penalties if there is a conviction. And if the person has a past criminal record; a conviction on these new charges can lead to serious prison time. This may be the case for one individual who has been arrested on a series of drug charges.

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