Tossing an object out of a moving vehicle is never advisable, and the possible fines associated with doing so could be substantial. Unfortunately, monetary fines might not always be the only concern for similar acts, and while searching for the item, authorities may find any manner of objects on the side of the road. Three individuals are now facing drug charges after allegedly tossing narcotics out of a vehicle during a police pursuit in West Virginia.
Upon receiving reports of gunfire, law enforcement agents are obligated to investigate the matter. Should they uncover signs that a firearm was discharged, they may have cause to search the premises, and a similar incident could lead to criminal charges. A 51-year-old man has been arrested and is now facing multiple drug charges following an alleged shooting incident in West Virginia.
When authorities receive information about the possible presence of drug activity in the area, they are generally obligated to initiate an investigation. Those who become involved in a similar incident may feel somewhat intimidated by the process, and they might be uncertain how to respond should they stand accused of wrongdoing. A recent investigation in West Virginia has left a 31-year-old woman facing multiple drug charges.
Being the subject of a routine traffic stop can be intimidating, and the average person may lack the necessary experience to know how best to handle the situation. Individuals who become involved in a traffic stop may also find it beneficial to understand how their actions during this process might influence the outcome of the situation. Two individuals are facing drug charges after a passenger allegedly attempted to leave a vehicle during a traffic stop in West Virginia.
While being involved in a traffic stop can be stressful, it might result in little more than a warning or a monetary fine. However, should authorities feel as though the occupants of a vehicle are exhibiting suspicious behavior, they may be inclined to further investigate the matter. Two individuals are facing drug charges after one man allegedly fled the scene of a recent traffic stop on foot in West Virginia.
There can be a great deal of traffic that goes in and out of many hotel parking lots on a daily basis. However, when high volumes of traffic are heading to one specific room or vehicle, law enforcement agents may become suspicious of the possible presence of unlawful activity. Three individuals have been arrested and each is facing drug charges following a recent incident in the parking lot of a hotel in West Virginia.
Many individuals have found themselves facing criminal allegations following a routine traffic stop. Without the necessary legal experience, a person may be unaware of his or her legal rights during a traffic stop, and may feel obligated to consent to an officer's request to search the vehicle. A man is reportedly facing multiple drug charges after allegedly consenting to a search to a recent traffic stop in West Virginia.
Any individual can place a call to law enforcement agents and accuse another party of involvement in criminal activity. Regardless of the motivations behind such allegations, authorities may already be suspicious of the presence of unlawful behavior upon arriving at the scene. A woman is reportedly facing drug charges after police claimed to have received reports of suspicious behavior outside an establishment in West Virginia.
When it comes to staying at a motel, it could be nearly impossible to know how many individuals have access to a room at any given moment. Should authorities receive reports of drug activity at such an establishment, the subsequent search of a room could result in criminal charges if illegal drugs are located within. Two individuals have recently been arrested and are facing drug charges following the search of a motel in West Virginia.
When law enforcement agents receive a tip of the possible presence of drug activity, an investigation into the claims may ensue. Should this lead to the search of a vehicle during a traffic stop, those within may face criminal charges if drugs are found in the process. Four women have been taken into custody and are facing drug charges following two separate traffic stops that took place under similar circumstances in West Virginia.