I usually skip all drug crimes, mostly because I don’t think they should be crimes. But I’m making an exception for this one because of what else they got him for.
Police say a Henderson man kept a loaded gun in the bedroom of a child under 16, next to snacks and candy, in the same southeast Raleigh house that the man facing charges was maintaining to sell cocaine and marijuana.
Now the gun grabbers tell us that if only there was a law that made it a crime to allow children access to firearms, the world would be happy and joyful again.
What about the law that says people like him can’t have guns either? If they can’t enforce that one, what makes them think they can demand the rest of us keep our guns under lock and key?
This is a terrible thing to do to anyone, and especially bad to do it to family.
Police in Greenville have arrested a man who they say robbed his own brother at knifepoint.
Or just another criminal being a criminal to everyone around him?
Why would anyone conspire with criminals?
A man in Union County, who is already in jail and previously accused of two murders, was charged with criminal solicitation for attempting to pay two fellow inmates to murder a witness in his upcoming trial, officials say.
Seriously? Two other inmates, who have every reason to rat you out so they can get a better deal and you’re going to try to contract a murder with them?
His other specialties include arson, blowing things up, Insurance Fraud, and driving drunk in other states.
It’s never a good sign when the cops show up at the county jail to hand you charges from a new crime.
(Suspect), who has been held on robbery charges since mid-December, was accused Tuesday of first-degree kidnapping and first-degree rape in a Dec. 8 attack on a 19-year-old woman in Raleigh.
What do you think, did they take his DNA and get a match?
I keep this segment going each week just to remind you that people don’t change much. They don’t randomly start committing crimes. Crime is a pattern of behavior and only rarely a one-off bad decision.
We can’t be having people shot down in the streets of Durham. It’s just not hygienic.
Police, called to investigate gunshots, found a 30-year-old man dead in the street in the 900 block of East Main Street early Tuesday.
I know which angles I’d be looking at in this case.
I’d probably focus on the drug angle.