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December 2018 Archives

Arkansas DEA agent arrested for alleged drug crimes

A 42-year-old Drug Enforcement Administration agent has allegedly fallen outside of legal jurisdiction after the field office in Little Rock alleged he accepted bribes, as well as conspired to distribute controlled substances. The agent appeared on the afternoon of Dec. 20 before a U.S. Magistrate in Arkansas, and was henceforth detained. If he is found guilty of the drug crimes of which he is accused, he will likely face severe consequences. 

How the Fourth Amendment protects you

The framers of the U.S. Constitution included specific protections for individuals that prevent the government from taking advantage of you. One of these protections comes in the Fourth Amendment, which prevents unreasonable and unlawful searches and seizures.

Former Arkansas chief faces charges for alleged drug crimes

A former police chief from northwest Arkansas has been arrested, according to local sources. The ex law enforcement officer was arrested by Arkansas police on Dec. 13 after being accused of drug crimes, including possession. The one-time chief was released on bail the same afternoon, but is working with his attorney to prepare for upcoming court proceedings. 

Arkansas authorities arrest 1 for alleged drug crimes

A search of a home in central Arkansas has resulted in an arrest. Arkansas authorities have reported that some 10 pounds of what is believed to be marijuana was found in a residence in Pine Bluff. The homeowner was arrested and charged with drug crimes, but there is no word on whether he has retained criminal defense counsel at this time. 

Man arrested for alleged drug crimes in Arkansas

Authorities in Pine Bluff say they executed a search warrant that led to the confiscation of considerable drugs. The search was conducted on a home in central Arkansas and has led to the arrest of one individual for suspected drug crimes. That individual is currently in police custody at a county jail, awaiting trial, for which no date has been made public.

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