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October 2011 Archives

Drug crime charges filed for marijuana cultivation

Drug crimes are serious offenses in Michigan and elsewhere, and they should not be taken lightly. A conviction for even a misdemeanor can lead to losing your license or negatively impact the chance at pursuing college or employment. Felony marijuana crimes for distributing or growing marijuana can lead to prison time and hefty fines.

Woman tips Michigan police; six arrested on drug charges

Michigan police raided a home and arrested six people earlier this month. Police arrested two 49-year-old sisters who owned the home on various drug charges, as well as four others who were present. The raid was conducted in response to a tip from a local woman who was looking for her husband.

Drug charges for corrections officer

Purportedly acting on a "tip" from one of its drug task forces, last month Michigan State Police stopped a motor vehicle at a traffic light in Newberry. The tip accused the driver, a corrections officer at the Newberry Correctional Facility, of "bringing drugs into the prison." At the time of his arrest it was believed he was en route to the jail for that very purpose. Police searched the vehicle and are said to have found tobacco and heroin. The guard is now facing drug charges.

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