Vaping has been in the news lately due to numerous suspicious deaths, many involving teenagers. These deaths have led to authorities paying more attention to students who vape. In some places here in Texas, students could face accusations of felony drug crimes because they vape.
One of the duties of law enforcement agencies across the country, including here in Texas, is investigating the manufacture, sale and distribution of illegal substances. Investigations into alleged drug crimes can last for months, and those under scrutiny may not be aware of it until officers and investigators arrive at their doors with a search warrant. By that time, authorities often believe they have the evidence needed in order to make an arrest.
Some individuals in and around Sugar Land find themselves under investigation by police for a variety of reasons. If one of them stands accused of drug crimes, police may want to search his or her home. The last thing a person in this situation may want to do is voluntarily let police into the home.
Whether it is prescription medication or illegal narcotics, if police find an individual with them, it could result in criminal charges. The state of Texas takes drug crimes seriously, and understanding the charges a person may face could help in building a defense. It may be possible to defend against the charges if certain circumstances exist.
The state of Texas recently legalized the use of hemp, but not marijuana. Since then, the state has struggled to find a way to test for THC when it comes to charging people with drug crimes since hemp also contains a certain amount of THC. In response, the Texas Forensics Science Commission teamed up with the Drug Enforcement Agency in order to find some way to test for THC -- and they think they may have found it.
Trafficking in illegal drugs has been a serious problem in Texas and the rest of the country for many years. Texas's proximity to the Mexican border does make it an attractive base of operation for distribution of drugs that may be coming in from Mexico and other countries in Central and South America. An investigation spanning several years has recently culminated in multiple people being arrested and charged with drug crimes.
As 2018 comes to an end, the drug crisis continues to be an issue of concern in Texas and around the country. A recent investigation by the Fort Bend County Narcotics Task Force resulted in the seizure of a significant amount of cash and drugs. Two people were arrested and are facing charges for drug crimes in connection with the investigation.
The drug crisis continues unabated in Texas and around the country. A recent case in Fort Worth involved an alleged chain of events that reportedly included injuries as a result of an alleged shooting and carjacking. The string of events was started by a supposed drug deal that could lead to charges for drug crimes.
A bar manager has been charged with dealing drugs in Texas. The man accused of drug crimes is said to have been dealing cocaine, Ecstasy, Adderall and Xanax. His arrest took place on a recent Saturday.
Two individuals in Texas have been taken into custody on drug-related charges. Authorities say that their arrests for committing drug crimes occurred after they accidentally called police to their sport utility vehicle. The two parties, a man and a woman, were arrested on a recent Monday.