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November 2011 Archives

Drunk driving arrest stems from busted taillight

It's not unheard of for an individual to go out and have a couple drinks after a long day of work. However, it's a good idea for individuals to check their car for mechanical problems first; especially if they're looking at their third offense for drunk driving. Such was the case for a man who was operating his vehicle while visibly impaired, in close proximity to Kalamazoo County, Michigan.

Drug charges for 87-year-old man caught with 229 lbs of cocaine

Why would a Michigan police officer want to search a pickup driven by an 87-year-old man only detained for following another vehicle too closely and an improper lane change? No doubt an 87-year-old man does not usually fit the typical drug offender profile. This may be one of the many questions that will need to be investigated after an incident near Ann Arbor led to the filing of federal drug charges against an elderly man from Michigan City, Indiana was pulled over by officers.

Prosecutors: Lansing man ran marijuana-growing operation

Most Kalamazoo residents are aware that being caught with any quantity of a controlled substance will carry a stiff penalty. Like any other charge, however, there are mitigating circumstances that could alleviate the potential penalties stemming from drug charges. Whether the case of a Lansing man involves such extenuating circumstances will only be discovered at the end of criminal proceedings.

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