One duplex + 80 cop calls + one shooting = one year empty

  Randy Petersen,      A Rochester landlord won't be able to rent out his Fourth Street Southeast duplex for at least a year after the property was the subject of 80 calls to the Rochester Police Department in 18 months, including an Aug. 15 shooting that sent a...

CONSUMER PROTECTION EXPERTS WARN OF GROWING FORM OF IDENTITY THEFT

  Posted by Desare Frazier on Sep 18, 2017 at 8:00 am Mississippi consumer protection experts are warning people about what they call a devastating form of identity theft.  Imagine being pursued by bill collectors for treatment of a condition the person doesn't have.  Medical I.D. Theft is...

Busting the Bathroom Bluff: Southeast Texans attempt to trick drug tests

Leah Durain, KBMT 10:21 PM. CDT May 18, 2017 ORANGE COUNTY - Urine analysis is the most common type of drug testing in both the private sector and criminal justice system. Southeast Texans are getting busted for bluffing on that bathroom test. Those attempting to cheat use...

Kentucky-county-deputy-jailer-facing-several-drug-related-charges

BOYD COUNTY, KY (WCHS/WVAH) — A deputy jailer at the Boyd County Detention Center is out of a job. William Mauk had only been on the job for about a month, when he got fired. Now he's facing drug charges, catching many by surprise. "Normally anything...

Utah supreme court OK’s and green-lights passenger ID checks

May 15, 2017 In a unanimous ruling, the Utah Supreme Court has green-lighted the investigation of passengers in a detained vehicle, overturning a lower court decision. The court held that passenger warrant and background checks can be made even if there is no suspicion of criminal activity. In 2014,...

Synthetic habit designer drug makes its way into Henry County

By Paul Collins, May 13, 2017 MARTINSVILLE–In the courtroom, it has several names. Some call it "ivory" and others “charge.” It’s most commonly referred to as “bath salts,” even though you would never wash with this material. Synthetic cocaine is starting to show up more in...

College students may soon need drug test before enrolling in college

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 By JUSTIN K. VESTIL THE Commission on Higher Education (Ched) may soon require college students to get a drug test before they enroll in a college or university. Dr. Freddie Bernal, Ched-Central Visayas director, said their national office will be conducting a...

Real Estate agent accused in killings prompts new Background Screening Law

By: SEANNA ADCOX, Associated Press May 22, 2017 COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — People who sell or manage property in South Carolina will have to undergo a background check to renew their license under a new law prompted by last November's arrest of a real estate agent...

Why its time to re-test your dealerships drug testing policy

Why It’s Time to Re-Test Your Dealership’s Drug Testing Policy What you thought was the right action all along may no longer be the correct action! AUTHOR DAVID R. MISSIMER PUBLISHED MAY 22, 2017 Your dealership may have what many employers deem to be a reasonable policy for...

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