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THC is Still a Felony

Although cannabis laws are changing across the nation and the use of marijuana products has entered mainstream media, it is still illegal to possess and distribute marijuana in Texas. Marijuana offenses can carry a wide range of consequences, and it’s important to know what you may face if you are caught with the drug. THC…
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The Damage Caused by Methamphetamine Continues

According to a 2019 report by the Addiction Research Institute with sources from DEA field divisions, methamphetamine usage is the top drug threat in Texas. There were over 12,000 treatment admissions and almost 1,000 deaths caused by methamphetamine across the state. Although monitoring programs and treatment plans have been established, methamphetamine usage is still a…
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Williamson County Prosecutor Drops Cases After New Texas Law

Newly enacted legislation could have a serious impact on marijuana possession cases in Williamson County and throughout the state of Texas. The state has recently implemented a hemp-related law on June 10th that requires law enforcement to test suspected cannabis for their THC level. If the level is at or above the legal limit of…
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Two Face Federal Drug Charges After Traffic Stop

KXAN-TV reported on July 5 that a woman was arrested in Round Rock after officers found 10 ounces of methamphetamine in her car during a traffic stop along Interstate 35 (I-35). According to KXAN, an ensuing investigation by detectives led to officers—with the help of the FBI, Austin and Pflugerville police, Texas DPS, and U.S….
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Authorities Warn About New ‘Grey Drug’ that can Kill in a Single Dose

Gray Death Drug Photo by Geaorgia Bureau of Investigation   There is a new drug that authorities named “gray death” that can kill users with even a single dose. It is dangerous to touch even while wearing gloves. It is made from heroin, carfentanil (elephant tranquilizer) and a synthetic opioid called U-47700. Over 50 Overdose…
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I-35 Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Possession, ID Theft Charges

The Austin American-Statesman reported on March 27 that two people possibly connected to identity theft cases across Texas were arrested after officers from the Williamson County Criminal Interdiction Unit stopped their vehicle in the 5300 block of Interstate 35 (I-35) North. A press release from the sheriff’s office claimed that both the 28-year-old driver and…
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Millions in Meth Seized in Williamson County

USA Today reported on March 20 that a 21-year-old Texas man was arrested after the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office seized more than $1 million worth of crystal methamphetamine during a traffic stop. The alleged offender was pulled over for failure to maintain his lane of travel on Interstate 65, and deputies discovered 20 rolls of…
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