August 2018 Archives

Tennesee chicken restaurant owner implicated in drug charges

Tennessee authorities say there was a lot more going on at a local chicken restaurant than cooking and selling chicken. In fact, an investigation that lasted more than a year has come to a close, but not without the indictments of 17 people who police claim were involved in a large drug operation. Drug charges and firearms charges have since been filed against those arrested in the investigation.

3 challenges immigrants may face with law enforcement

Dealing with law enforcement is often a stressful situation. Whether you are suspected of a crime or otherwise involved, you might struggle to maintain a calm demeanor and handle the interaction effectively. Doing so might be even more of a struggle if you are an immigrant and a non-native English speaker. There are many challenges, in fact, that immigrants face when dealing with law enforcement. 

Recent theft and property crimes in the Clarksville area

There are numerous car dealerships in just about every city throughout the state of Tennessee. These businesses range from small, locally-owned used car lots to major sales centers for specific makes and models of vehicles. Regardless of the size of a dealership, robberies create a financial hardship on the owners. A Clarksville car lot is now dealing with recent theft and property crimes after several vehicles went missing from the establishment. Automobiles have also apparently been stolen from area homes.

Juvenile crimes: 2 teens facing theft, weapons charges

Now that most schools are back in session across Tennessee, many teenagers are occupied with doing homework, participating in extracurricular activities or spending time with friends. However, some teens may find themselves in a bit of legal trouble after making some questionable decisions. Two teens were recently charged with various juvenile crimes following numerous incidents in the greater Nashville area.

Hundreds facing drug charges after two undercover operations

Undercover operations are conducted frequently by Tennessee law enforcement agencies. Multiple groups often work together when drug activity is suspected in a given region. In many instances, these types of investigations go on for long periods of time before any arrests are made. Two major operations in the Memphis area recently culminated in hundreds of arrests on a variety of drug charges.

Woman facing drug charges after routine traffic stop

Police officers in Tennessee make routine traffic stops for a variety of suspected offenses. Vehicles get stopped for speeding, failing to stop at red lights, or even having a non-functioning tail light. There are instances, however, when individuals get pulled over for one thing but find themselves in more trouble after the initial investigation. This happened to one Mid-South woman who now faces drug charges after a recent traffic stop.

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