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Suspect wanted in recent Shannon shooting

The Robesonian 19 Jul 2024
The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations division is working the case. The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is assisting with the investigation, ...
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SA tobacco industry says Ipsos report on illicit market increases concerns

Independent online (SA) 17 Jul 2024
This is according to the South Africa Tobacco Transformation Alliance (Satta) which has disputed the recent Ipsos market research on cigarette pricing, and its implications for the legal producers of cigarettes.
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Kings Speech: Smoking ban

The Daily Mail 17 Jul 2024
... for tobacco products ... 'The proposed Black Market Charter that is the generational smoking ban could empower criminals to sell tobacco to younger people who would be turned away from shops,' he said.
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Colorado is due nearly $800 million in national opioid settlements. The challenge? How to spend ...

Denver Post 14 Jul 2024
The opioid settlements, like the 1998 tobacco master settlement, carry some unusual challenges, said Glenn Sterner, an assistant professor of criminal justice at Penn State University who is involved with Pennsylvania’s settlement distribution.
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WATCH: Cocoa Police Department Holds Swear-In Ceremony for Officer Lucien Karwowski

Space Coast Daily 10 Jul 2024
Karwowski completed the Criminal Justice Academy at Eastern Florida State College ... In 2018, Karwowski earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Utica University.
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Another View: The Washington Post

Traverse City Record-Eagle 09 Jul 2024
Maryland has already “banned the box,” or stopped employers from conducting criminal-history screenings of applicants before their first in-person interview ... But neither should it be harshly punished by the criminal justice system.
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On marijuana pardons

Citizen Tribune 06 Jul 2024
Maryland has already “banned the box,” or stopped employers from conducting criminal-history screenings of applicants before their first in-person interview ... But neither should it be harshly punished by the criminal justice system.
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Highway patrol seizes big haul of illegal cigarettes near Duncan

North Shore News 05 Jul 2024
Robinson anticipates charges will be recommended against the driver under the Excise Act, Criminal Code of Canada and Tobacco Tax Act. Robinson said unstamped tobacco is a growing concern and often associated with organized crime.
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Man charged in Route 33 crash that killed 3 members of family; was impaired by ...

The Morning Call 05 Jul 2024
Police wrote that they observed Segura’s eyes were bloodshot, and that he was “displaying nervous behavior in regard to a criminal investigation with this crash.”.
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OUTSIDE VIEW: Maryland\u2019s marijuana pardons set example for entire nation

New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung 05 Jul 2024
Maryland has already “banned the box,” or stopped employers from conducting criminal-history screenings of applicants before their first in-person interview ... But neither should it be harshly punished by the criminal justice system.
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From red tape to revenue: Gov’t efforts to stamp out illicit trade

B & FT Online 04 Jul 2024
It’s a long-standing challenge involving organized criminals ... This partnership ensures compliance with international tobacco trade laws and fosters the development of effective law enforcement strategies to combat this criminal activity.
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North Country man sold pounds of weed to undercover cop for shoebox full of guns, ...

The Post-Standard 03 Jul 2024
Updated. Jul. 03, 2024, 4.48 p.m. By Fernando Alba . falba@syracuse.com. Syracuse, N.Y ... Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms said in a criminal complaint ... Footer Navigation ... Disclaimer ... Ad Choices ....
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New criminal laws: First FIR filed in Delhi’s Seelampur, second in Kamla market

The Siasat Daily 01 Jul 2024
The second FIR was filed under Section 285 of the new criminal code. It was filed after a street vendor was spotted selling water bottles and tobacco on the road, leading to public inconvenience and blockage of the passageway.
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First arrest made in India under new criminal laws

Russia Today 01 Jul 2024
A street vendor has been arrested in the Indian capital for “obstructing a footbridge” at a railway station under the country’s new criminal code, which came into force on Monday.
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Mexican cartels boast of increased lethal firepower, including some weapons from the US

Courier Journal 29 Jun 2024
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said it was clear that “criminal organizations and drug cartels based in Mexico continue to look towards the United States as a source of supply for ...

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