Police have arrested two men after a traffic stop last week. The men are now facing drug charges in Milwaukee County Circuit Court after police say they found Oxycodone pills on the floor of the car during a traffic stop. The men are both facing serious charges.
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A Milwaukee woman was arrested last week after being accused of stealing more than $2,500 worth of merchandise. The woman was detained at a Macy's by their security staff, before police arrested her.
Sometimes people are pulled over in traffic stops and accused of other crimes that lead to police conducting a search of the person and their vehicle. These searches must be conducted in a legal manner or they may violate the rights of the accused person.
Police are accusing a man of hit-and-run after an accident last week that left a woman hospitalized. The Milwaukee man was arrested and charged with a felony after police released a description of his vehicle, which supposedly led to tips that brought them to the man. Authorities also say the man admitted to driving off because he was scared.
When most people get pulled over by the police they get nervous. Whether or not they understand why they are getting pulled over or not, nervousness can cause a police officer to ask more questions. That could have been what happened last week that lead to Milwaukee drug charges against two people. The two were pulled over for not having a rear window on their vehicle.
A leader of a school is facing serious accusations and will make his first appearance in federal court this month. The Milwaukee man is facing multiple fraud charges and federal crimes after investigators say he used money received by the government for personal use instead of on the school. These charges could carry penalties of decades in prison.
Drug crimes are very serious matters. When people arrested for drug crimes in Milwaukee are young, it can ruin their reputation and make it hard to recover from accusations. This may make it difficult to get a job, or apply for schools.
Two men were arrested late last month after police say they robbed a store with where they tied up customers and employees. Authorities say they want to bring more criminal charges against the men for other Milwaukee area robberies, but it appears that they don't yet have enough evidence. A news article about the arrests says the investigation is ongoing.
Drug charges can have serious consequences. Even without being convicted accusations of felony drug charges in Milwaukee can hurt a person's reputation and make it difficult to find employment when the person's name is in the media. Accusations could also have effects on a person's family life.