On Sept. 5, two Tennessee residents were taken into police custody after they were accused of being in possession of large amounts of cocaine and heroin. The individuals were identified as a 31-year-old Nashville woman and her 48-year-old mother.
Individuals who find themselves facing criminal drug charges following a traffic stop may be interested in knowing about a case that is unfolding in Tennessee. On Aug. 27, law enforcement officials took a Rogersville woman into custody on possession of methamphetamine and other charges. She was initially stopped because her vehicle registration was expired.
The majority of drivers are familiar with the risks of drinking alcohol (or using drugs) and getting behind the wheel. Even so, this doesn't stop some people from taking this action and hoping for the best.
On Aug. 29, it was reported that a Tennessee school crossing guard was struck by a 26-year-old driver. The incident occurred in front of Brighton High School in Brighton at about 7 a.m.