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Women accused of drug offenses after North Carolina traffic stop

When North Carolina police officers in Myrtle Beach recently noticed a car with a piece of cloth hanging over one license plate, they pulled the driver off the road. This traffic stop ultimately put the two occupants of the car behind bars for drug offenses. The incident report indicates that some drugs were identified as soon as the officers approached the vehicle.

7 arrested in North Carolina for various drug offenses

Federal officials and North Carolina law enforcement pursue drug-related crimes with aggression, and consequences of a conviction could be devastating to the life of any person who is accused of such crimes. It could mean stiff fines, jail time and might even lead to rejections of job or housing applications if drug offenses show up in background checks. However, convictions can only be obtained if, and when, guilt beyond a reasonable doubt has been established.

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