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Teen caught distributing ADD medication during school hours

Many teenagers in Wisconsin and across the country are often placed in adult situations, forcing them to make important decisions. Most of these impressionable young adults are unaware of the impact that these decisions may have on their future. Poor decision-making skills can lead to a variety of problems, including criminal activity. Teenagers who are looking to take or distribute drugs may find prescription drugs readily available in their parent’s medicine cabinet.

Officers find nurses distributing drugs at Milwaukee VA Hospital

While so many Americans are being charged with illegal drug distribution, prescription drug distribution is on the rise in Wisconsin and around the nation. This may be due to the growing number of people who are addicted to prescription drugs. Prominent employees in the medical field have access to these prescription drugs, and may be more likely to use this power to sell, distribute or take the medication themselves.

Wisconsin pharmacist strikes a deal in prescription drug theft

While many Americans have addictions to prescription pain-killers, some may have easy access to these pills through their line of work. People who are able to obtain prescription medications without a prescription must realize that there are penalties associated when they are arrested and convicted of the intent to sell drugs.

More trouble for Stratford man who recently completed probation

Rebuilding one's life after a felony conviction certainly isn't easy. Yet while one's public persona throughout Waukesha almost certainly took a hit after his or her arrest, that's not to say that he or she will not be afforded the chances to overcome those past mistakes and go on to be very successful in life. Many are often surprised at just how forgiving both the criminal justice system and the general public can be over time. Yet one has to be willing to take advantage of those opportunities to rehab their image. Allegedly returning to criminal activity would almost certainly derail any chances of that happening.

Interagency communication leads to Fort Atkinson drug bust

Whoever coined the phrase “Oh what tangled webs we weave when we practice to deceive” definitely know what he or she was talking about. Those in Waukesha allegedly trying to hide certain aspects or activities in their lives from family, friends, and/or legal authorities often find that those activities are brought to light through information provided from sources one wouldn’t ever expect. When such activities are criminal, it shouldn’t come as that big of a shock that different law enforcement agencies will communicate with each other. Yet those apprehended this way often seem blissfully ignorant to this possibility.

Tipsters lead police to suspected Jackson County drug house

Many of those arrested in Waukesha for drug possession are often surprised to find out just how many eyes and ears are focused on them and their alleged criminal activity at any particular time. Police have become very adept at accessing information regarding such activity, often offering leniency to those arrested on drug charges in exchange for information on area drug operations. Those accused of possessing and possibly distributing such substances are usually quick to learn that those who supposedly have their backs may just as easily turn their own on them.

Police drug raid of Superior home results in multiple arrests

Those in Waukesha choosing to use illegal substances never know when their habit will land them in hot water. Many may view drug use as a victimless crime, with the user only harming him of herself. Yet like it or not, simply possessing drug paraphernalia is often enough to warrant a criminal charge. One may think that as long as they engage in such use behind closed doors, authorities will never be the wiser. Yet he or she never knows when they'll be in the wrong place at the wrong time and have his or her activities exposed.

Prior drug conviction could get Milwaukee man deported

The fallout from a drug arrest in Waukesha can be difficult to deal with, and often continues long after one has paid any criminal penalty that he or she was subjected to. Not only is the perpetrator affected, but so are his or her family and friends. Rebuilding and repairing one's personal and family image may take years. And yet sometimes, even after investing all of the hard work required to move past such an event, the consequences of one's arrest can once again rear its ugly head.

New Wisconsin law would help teens charged with nonviolent crimes

Most of the teens in Waukesha are good kids who most would classify as having their heads on straight. But even goods kids get caught up in bad things every now and then. The hope is that if and when this happens, those involved don't make things so bad on themselves as to endanger the bright futures that they have ahead of them. Yet often, authorities are legally bound to treat teens that’ve made a few dumb choices as though they were hardened adults with criminal histories.

Theft investigation helps uncover Commonwealth woman's drug stash

Often, it's in the investigation of one crime in Waukesha that authorities uncover another. Whatever evidence has led them to suspect someone of criminal activity is often only a portion of what the suspect is actually engaged in. Illicit items or evidence of further illegal activity that's brought to light during the course of an investigation may lead to new criminal charges, further compounding one's potential legal troubles.

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