CLAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJXT/CNN) - An elementary school teacher from Florida faces drug charges after deputies say she bought 3.5 grams of methamphetamine from an undercover narcotics detective.
Valerie Prince, a first-grade teacher at Jacksonville Heights Elementary in Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested Thursday. She is charged with felony purchase and possession of methamphetamines.
According to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, Prince originally tried to get an undercover detective to bring the meth either to or near the school while she was working. Law enforcement was not willing to do so, and Prince allegedly ended up making the purchase after work.
Philadelphia, PA - On Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 6:06AM, an unknown Hispanic male was involved in a verbal altercation with the victim, a 28 year-old male, while in the area of 4900 North 5th Street.
The victim struck the offender one time in the head at which time the suspect produced what appears to be a revolver and fired several shots in the direction of the victim.
The victim was struck and managed to flag down officers in the area who transported the victim to an area hospital. The offender fled the area on foot in an unknown direction.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Video from the inside of a police car shows Michigan Rep. Rebekah Warren (D-Ann Arbor) extremely worried about her career after a drunken-driving arrest last month.
Warren was caught on police dashcam swerving in and out of traffic and then hitting a guardrail along I-75.
Police said Warren failed sobriety tests in Auburn Hills, even though she said she was driving to Ann Arbor from Detroit. Police were called to reports of a drunken driver at 11:18 p.m. on Dec. 26 to the area of northbound I-75 and M-59.
Warren got out of the vehicle for a field sobriety test and told the officer that she had been at the Ren Cen and had a couple glasses of wine.
She told officers that she’s an elected official. She failed multiple field sobriety tests and then refused a breathalyzer. She was arrested and taken for a blood sample. Blood tests showed Warren’s blood alcohol count at .21.
“Do you understand there’s going to be a moment where we’re both going to be on TV, and it’s gonna be, like, ‘Senator from Ann Arbor’s career’s over,'?” Warren asked the officer. "I just don’t want this on the camera for my future. Just don’t ruin my career.”
She was making comments about how she was going to fix her career if she ever got the chance, before saying she wouldn’t get the chance.
At one point, she tells the officer that the arrest is going to be “the most famous arrest you ever made.”
“You don’t understand. I’m elected. I’m a senator. People will be like, ‘The senator got arrested,'” Warren said.
Tennessee- Spencer Alan Boston, 20, was arrested Monday and charged with disorderly conduct and simple possession after sparking up in the courtroom, news outlets reported.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan said Boston was in court Monday on a simple drug possession charge. Boston approached the bench to discuss his sentence but instead expressed his views on legalizing marijuana.
Boston reached in his pocket, pulled out a marijuana cigarette, lit it, smoked it and was immediately taken into custody, Bryan said.
Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Moore said the courtroom crowd chuckled. It is unclear whether Boston lit up a joint or a blunt but Bryan said the defendant’s marijuana did have a strong odor
We know this guy filming thinks he's a hero, and his heart may be in the right place, but this entire episode was a bad idea that could have gone very wrong. He should have just called the police and let them intervein.