June 2013 Archives

Man gets drug possession charge after stop for fog lights

The reported case is yet another example of a traffic stop for tail lights or other accessories that turns into a drug bust. Here, the University of Louisiana at Monroe police stopped a 34-year-old man from Monroe because, according to police, he was driving with his fog lights on. During the traffic stop, police also noticed that a taillight was out, and that the man had no driver's license and no insurance. They also ended up arresting him on a drug possession charge.

Police accuse retailer of fraud for selling fake brand items

When you buy a Louis Vuitton handbag for your spouse on closeout for $19.00, you better check again before you get embarrassed giving a fake that's only worth $1.99! This is a serious kind of retail fraud taking place in Louisiana, according to the state's Attorney General. Officials raided a Baton Rouge clothing store recently and confiscated about 3,000 counterfeit pieces with allegedly fake labels.

Man charged with a crime for spitting on police officer

Apparently the police do not mind using a criminal law that has been proved to be outdated and based on faulty medical presumptions. Recently, in a Louisiana case a Lake Charles man was arrested and charged with a crime for spitting on a police officer. Authorities charged him with intentional exposure of the Aids virus, which carries a maximum 11-year prison sentence.

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