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July 2013 Archives

2 killed in serious car accident in North Carolina

Two people are dead after a single-vehicle crash set their car on fire and trapped them inside, according to authorities. North Carolina Highway Patrol responded to the serious car accident in mid-morning on July 11. A third passenger survived the incident, they say.

Federal sweep nets 17 persons arrested on drug charges

A massive investigation spearheaded by federal investigators and announced by a United States Attorney always makes for good press releases. Another large-scale, multi-year, joint-agency investigation in the dogged war against drugs has resulted in 17 people being arrested on drug charges in the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina. This project involves methamphetamine and its manufacture and distribution in the region. The announcement by the United States Attorney for the Western District was joined by the federal ATF agency and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, along with several county Sheriffs. The charges included conspiracy to distribute, possession with intent to distribute, and manufacture more than 500 grams of methamphetamine.

Motorcycle accident in North Carolina leaves 1 dead

A motorcycle rider who has not been identified by police is dead after a serious accident, according to local authorities. The motorcycle accident happened on the late morning of July 5. Charges were apparently still pending in connection to this accident, and North Carolina police continue to investigate the particulars of the situation.

1 woman dead after car accident in North Carolina

A local business owner is dead and another driver is injured following a crash that knocked out electricity and shut down roads for hours. North Carolina police are still investigating the car accident. No criminal charges have been filed in connection with this case.

DUI arrest challenged due to zero blood alcohol readings

When a man who is stopped for suspicion of impairment shows a zero reading for alcohol on a breath test it would seem to greatly challenge the viability of a DUI prosecution. Consequently, making an arrest under that circumstance is debatable and probably ill-advised. That reasoning is exponentially increased, however, when the blood test also comes back with a zero reading! This is what has happened to the mayor of the North Carolina town of New Bern who was charged with DUI and whose tests came back negative.

Drug unit stops vehicle and arrests 2 on drug charges

Sometimes stopping a vehicle can be a part of a planned drug operation. It's generally not how drug charges are usually initiated in North Carolina, but occasionally the police will pull over a vehicle that they have probable cause to believe is transporting illegal drugs. However, such activity raises the usual issues about the necessity for arrest and search warrants and the validity of the procedures used.

1 man dead after car accident in North Carolina

A local man is dead after a head-on collision on U.S. 158 on June 23. The car accident was attended to by North Carolina police, who declared the driver dead and arranged for medical assistance for his passenger and the driver of the other vehicle. The crash is still under investigation at this time.

Traffic stop on interstate results in shaky drug charges

An air of suspicion accompanies an arrest by the North Carolina Highway Patrol that was labeled a routine traffic stop. A couple was stopped and arrested on drug charges on Interstate 40/85. They were charged by a special operations unit with the Highway Patrol whose spokesman said they 'just happened' to be working in the vicinity. The Criminal Interdiction Team works on highways enforcing traffic safety laws and specializes in finding drugs, illegal weapons and wanted individuals, according to its spokesman.

Drunk driving accident injures several; DUI, speeding the cause?

One person is in critical condition and another is in hospital after a driver careened into a tractor trailer. The accident, which happened in the early hours of June 20, blocked traffic for several hours while North Carolina police reconstructed the scene. The suspected drunk driving accident is still under investigation at the time of this writing.

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