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CrimeActress from 'The Wire' facing cocaine, other drug charges after traffic stop on Outer Banks

20:40  22 july  2019
20:40  22 july  2019 Source:   13newsnow.com

Ex-Mets ace Gooden arrested last month for cocaine possession

Ex-Mets ace Gooden arrested last month for cocaine possession Fallen fireball pitcher Dwight Gooden, whose drug woes drove him out of a Hall of Fame career, was in trouble with the law again.

(WWLP) – Three people are facing drug trafficking charges after state police allegedly found several different drugs in their car following a traffic stop The three are charged with trafficking in heroin, trafficking in cocaine , possession of class A drug , possession of class B drug , possession of a

When asked about white streaks on his nose and upper lip, one of the suspects allegedly said it was "a little coke, nothing major.".

Actress from 'The Wire' facing cocaine, other drug charges after traffic stop on Outer Banks© Provided by TEGNA Inc.

Sheriff's deputies said an actress known for her work on The Wire and other shows faces several drug charges including Felony Possession of Cocaine.

The Dare County Sheriff's Office said Sonja Denise Plack, 55, was arrested during a traffic stop near the Washington Baum Bridge in Manteo around 12 a.m. Sunday.

Actress from 'The Wire' facing cocaine, other drug charges after traffic stop on Outer Banks© Getty Sonja Sohn during The 21st Annual William S. Paley Television Festivall for 'The Wire' at Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by John Heller/WireImage) Plack, who also is known as Sonja Sohn, played Detective Shakima Greggs throughout the run of HBO's The Wire. Among other credits listed on imdb.com are roles on Star Trek: Discovery, The Chi, and Baltimore Rising.

Troopers seize $44K worth of cocaine during traffic stop

Troopers seize $44K worth of cocaine during traffic stop SANDUSKY COUNTY, Ohio — A Michigan man faces felony drug charges after being found with $44,590 worth of cocaine during a traffic stop in Sandusky County. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, troopers seized 490 grams of cocaine during a traffic stop on July 17. Troopers stopped the driver of a 2005 Ford Fusion at around 12:14 a.m. that day for a license plate light violation on the Ohio Turnpike. Troopers detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed 15 grams of marijuana in addition to the cocaine. Passenger Andre S.

BEAUFORT COUNTY, NC (WITN) - Two men here in the east are facing drug charges after a traffic stop . Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office arrested 46-year-old David Andrews and 48-year-old Michael Andrews, both from Washington.

Two men from Hazleton are facing drug dealing charges after police uncovered 150 bags of heroin during a traffic stop in Weatherly. On Sept. Police said it contained approximately 3 grams of cocaine . Lara allegedly admitted that the 45 bags of heroin belonged to him, and he planned to sell

The sheriff's office said that during the traffic stop, a K-9 detected the smell of drugs. Officers searched the car and found a purse that had cocaine, drug paraphernalia, and marijuana drug paraphernalia inside it.

Plack was a passenger in the car. The charges against her are:

Felony Possession of Cocaine

Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia

The driver of the vehicle was issued citations for expired registration and driving while license revoked and released.

Plack was given a $1,500 secured bond which she posted. She was released from the Dare County Detention Center.

The Nags Head Police Department, Manteo Police Department, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife helped with the traffic stop.

Coast Guard unloads 26,000 pounds of cocaine seized from Pacific.
An estimated $350 million in cocaine has been hauled in from Pacific Ocean in recent weeks, the military said Friday. © U.S. Coast Guard Image: Drug Interdictions, US Coast Guard On July 18, Coast Guard hauled in 2,300 pounds of cocaine from a "go fast" boat in the eastern Pacific in an operation captured on video. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); The Coast Guard on Friday in San Diego staged the unloading of 26,000 pounds of seized cocaine.

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