Many drug offenses are charged at a lower level of severity, with people who are apparently addicted to illegal substances. These individuals should remember that there are alternatives to criminal charges that could be beneficial to avoid jail time and also to get them help.
According to a recent report, a man was arrested on drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. The man, 30, resides in the area with his grandmother. First responders were called to the parking lot of a store at shortly before 6 p.m. with reports of a man having a seizure. When they arrived, the man was in a Ford Edge. They discovered blood coming from his arm. The man's arm also allegedly had track marks and he was sweating and appeared nervous. There was reportedly a syringe visible, along with 11 other syringes in the vehicle's center console. Cocaine was also allegedly found. The man was taken to the hospital for treatment, and then arrested. He reportedly had a prior arrest several months ago after he was found asleep in a management truck for the property where his grandmother lives.