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Rapper found with drugs during baggage screen

Georgia residents who are fans of rapper Chief Keef may have heard about his legal troubles. He was taken into custody in South Dakota and booked into jail at 9:21 a.m. on June 12 on drug possession charges. According to authorities, he was in possession of between two ounces and a half-pound of marijuana in addition to drug paraphernalia.

Georgia drug raid yields cash, marijuana and sawed-off shotgun

A suburban home was the scene of a drug raid conducted by the Hall County Sheriff's Office. The investigation culminated with the arrest of a 30-year-old man and the seizure of 230 vials of THC-infused oil, marijuana edibles, six pounds of marijuana and substantial amounts of cash. Authorities also found a sawed-off shotgun.

Mindy Project actor charged with cocaine, marijuana possession

Georgia fans of The Mindy Project may be interested to learn that actor Adam Pally was taken into custody and charged with several drug offenses on March 30 while he was in New York City. Neither the actor nor his team had made comments regarding the incident when the report was released.

Former Howard Stern Show regular accused of drug possession

Georgia residents who listen to the "Howard Stern Show" may be interested to learn that, on March 12, former regular Artie Lange was taken into custody for possession of heroin and cocaine. Authorities claimed that they found drugs in his vehicle and on his person.

Truck driving couple's baking soda mistaken for cocaine

Georgia motorists who travel with baking soda might think twice about storing it in plastic bags after reading about a couple whom police took into custody after their baking soda was mistaken for cocaine. After spending more than two months in police custody, they were finally vindicated when it was learned that the kit officials used to test the substance was faulty.

Man sues after police mistake doughnut glaze for meth

Georgia readers may be interested to learn that a Florida man who was wrongly detained for drug possession has filed a lawsuit against a drug test manufacturer and against the city of Orlando. The officers who took him into custody mistook doughnut glaze found in the man's car first for crack cocaine and then for methamphetamine.

Seizure of mushrooms at police checkpoint

Police conducting a checkpoint may find more than a driver under the influence of alcohol on occasion. This is what happened in Cohutta on Georgia State Route 71 on the evening of Aug. 11. The police department had been conducting a compliance check for commercial vehicles while also looking for drivers who were impaired. A motorist was found to be driving while intoxicated on drugs.

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