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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterVANDALIA - On Memorial Day 1999, Tommy Chong was headline entertainer at Rainbow Farm Campground’s Hemp Aid festival. Given the actor/comedian/musician’s cannabis use, his appearance was entirely appropriate. It would prove to be somewhat...
Tags: Holidays, Judges, Labor Day, Arts and Culture, Social Issues
South Bend Police say it is gang violence. Neighbors say they are tired of it. People who live along Olive Street in South Bend are fed up with the shootings and drug crimes. Tonight, they'll gather at a community meeting to talk about the issue. -...
Tags: Gang Activity, Anglicanism, Christianity, Crimes
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A judge in Grand Rapids says the state of Michigan must comply with a federal request to turn over information about the medical marijuana records of six people in the Lansing area. The Department of Community Health...
SOUTH BEND – The owner of a South Bend Convenience store, located off of Olive Street, that was raided by police remains in jail tonight. Prosecutors will formally charge Ebrahim Al Malabeh Wednesday for selling counterfeit items and prescription...
Tags: Prisons, Justice System, Prosecution, Lawyers
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIt had been nine years. Bob Dhoore had long forgotten about the letter he wrote in 2002 asking a judge to spare a convicted triple murderer the death penalty. But the name on the envelope Dhoore pulled out of his mailbox as he headed to breakfast one...
Tags: Death Penalty, Prisons, Substance Abuse, Judges, Punishment
Cass County police say they uncovered 450 pounds of marijuana and a handgun during a traffic stop at M-40 and Marcellus Highway on Tuesday. A sheriff’s deputy found the illegal handgun in the vehicle and decided to investigate further, according...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona sheriff's office says it has arrested a man in a major heroin seizure just two weeks after he was deported for his involvement with a major drug trafficking ring in the state. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office says...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of federal prisoners locked up for crack cocaine offenses will be eligible for early release after a vote by a Washington commission. Congress passed a law last year substantially lowering recommended sentences for...
Tags: Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Cocaine, Washington, DC, Crimes
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Federal authorities have detained an ex-police officer accused of leading the armed wing of the Juarez Cartel in northern Mexico. Marco Antonio Guzman was captured Wednesday in the U.S. border state of Chihuahua along with two...
Tags: Mexico, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Brad Pitt
HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — A judge has given federal prosecutors until the end of this month to decide whether they will seek the death penalty against five men charged in northwestern Indiana with murder as part of their gang's drug trafficking activity....
A southwest Michigan man who said he grew marijuana for medicinal purposes pleaded guilty to three drug charges. Sean Erhard entered the pleas to two counts of delivery and one count of illegal sale of the drug in Berrien County. Police arrested him last...
DRYDEN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The Lapeer County sheriff says a medical marijuana business in Dryden Township was being run for profit, not compassion. Three people associated with the Compassion Care Center were charged last week with felony drug...
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