Accused people smuggler to plead not guilty Copyright by KHON – All rights reserved A woman who is accused of being a drug trafficker was arrested Tuesday, March 15, 2016. (KHON2) [ + – ] Video
Copyright by KHON – All rights reserved A woman who is accused of being a drug trafficker was arrested Tuesday, March 15, 2016. (KHON2)
SAN FRANCISCO (KOIN) — An accused drug trafficker is being held after he appeared 파라오 카지노in court Tuesday morning.
Duke Lawton and William Shipp were charged with «trafficking or unlawfully possession with intent to sell controlled substances,» after agents in Santa Clara County arrested Ship우리 카지노p in August.
KCBS obtained an email sent by law enforcement regarding the arrest of the alleged drug trafficker in San Francisco. In the email, the law enforcement agency said:
As an experienced individual, William Shipp met many requirements and was prepared for an early release, as he has admitted in his own court filings to making $100,000 selling drugs for $10 each time he entered the United States.
Shipp was arrested when agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested him while he was outside his residence in the Castro area.
An 출장 마사지attorney for Duke Lawton told KOIN 6 News that she was pleased to hear that both men are being held and that «nothing he said is in fact true.»
«I have heard of a few folks in court who did it and had to pay out of pocket in a criminal way, but nothing we’ve seen here is really true,» attorney Jennifer Kaczynski told KOIN 6 News.
Resort sets up committee to fill local govt void
Washington, DC바카라 – Representatives of the Town of Washington have formed a committee to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam.
Members of the committee have been invited for meetings throughout the week. They will meet at Town Hall at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21 and again in the Town Hal바카라사이트l on Wednesday, November 22.
The committee has also been invited to meet with Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and other stakehold바카라ers involved in ensuring consistency in the law and ethics on both the state and federal level.
«Today is not the day to be afraid of these issues,» said Lt. Governor Ralph Northam, «This is no time for fear. We are creating an environment where our people, their concerns, and the general public can get to know and discuss the issue in a way that doesn’t create unnecessary confusion.»
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