4 South Carolina Men Guilty in Drug Conspiracy

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Drug offenses are some of the most commonly prosecuted crimes, both in South Carolina and throughout the United States. However, while drug cases are common, they are rarely simple. When large quantities of illegal drugs are at issue, drug charges are often accompanied by other serious criminal charges. Depending on facts of the case at
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Drug Conspiracy Allegations Result in Felony Charges

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Whenever the FBI gets involved in an investigation of a possible drug conspiracy, agents will usually investigate over a long period of time as they gather enough evidence to put forth a seemingly overwhelming prosecution against those accused of being involved in the crime. Drug conspiracy charges may involve suspicion of drug trafficking, drug possession
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Suspects from Raleigh, Charlotte Charged with Cocaine Trafficking

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Three men were arrested in Raleigh on March 18 after law enforcement agents allegedly found them trafficking eight kilograms of cocaine. According to police reports, the drugs were found during a vehicle stop on Old Wake Forest Road. In addition to the cocaine, officials say more than $43,000 in cash was seized, along with two other
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Raleigh Police Arrest 1 of 3 Suspects in Armed Robberies

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A 22-year-old Raleigh man was taken to the Wake County jail today, charged in connection with a string of armed robberies in the area. Police believe he participated in more than six robberies over a two week period. According to police records, the charges against him include five counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon,
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North Carolina Providers Must Pay $3 Million for Medicaid Fraud

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North Carolina’s Medicaid program is the purported winner in two cases that wrapped up this week. The two defendants, both mental health providers, were sentenced separately in federal court on charges of Medicaid fraud. Their sentences were handed down earlier this week. In the first case, the U.S. District Court judge sentenced the defendant, a
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