SHREVEPORT, La. – Two local men involved in separate drug and firearms crimes have been sentenced to federal prison.
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ATHENS – A convicted felon with a violent criminal history was sentenced to federal prison after admitting he was in illegal possession of a stolen firearm in a Project Safe Neighborhoods investigation.
MACON – An Atlanta resident who was found in possession of an unregistered sawed-off rifle and a loaded revolver as officers arrested a wanted individual has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Charges against a 36-year-old Hastings woman accused of illegal possession of firearms have been sent to the Adams County District Court.
SHREVEPORT, La. -- More than once a week, someone is murdered in Shreveport.
The investigation began last month after a series of shed burglaries in Madison County.
Former and current convicts are flooding the Cowlitz County Office of Public Defense lobby and phone lines to have their simple drug possession sentences wiped from their records after a February state Supreme Court decision ruled the law unconstitutional.
Aug. 17—OLYMPIA — About 1,200 people on community supervision because of drug possession convictions could have their sentences commuted by Gov. Jay Inslee. The Washington state Supreme Court ruled in February the state's drug possession law was unconstitutional because it made possession a felony, even for those who did not know they had drugs on them. In the case, Shannon Blake claimed at ...
(The Center Square) – Gov. Jay Inslee says he is willing to commute up to 1,200 sentences for illicit drug possession in accordance with the Washington Supreme Court's historic ruling on the matter.