Rock Hill Woman Arrested For Inhaling From Can

A 50-year-old Rock Hill woman has been apprehended by authorities on site at a cemetary last Monday, where she was caught inhaling  fumes from a computer duster spray can. 

According to a police report, officers were dispatched to the Forest Hills Cemetery on Old York Road.  A witness had called in claiming a woman was parked in a silver colored SUV in the cemetery and that she was holding some type of can.

Officers approached the car and the woman was passed out behind the wheel.  When officers awoke the woman, police stated her eyes were glassy, according to a report.  Two cans were taken as evidence from the scene. 

The woman was released Monday on a $500 bond and is being charged with inhaling aromatic hydrocarbons.

If you or someone you know is facing prosecution for any criminal charges, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower to consult with one of our criminal attorneys.  Our criminal attorneys handle many types of criminal cases in North and South Carolina.  We are licensed in both North and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.

4 Teens Charged with Underage Drinking at Rock Hill Party

 Four Rock Hill teenagers were arrested on Sunday morning after officers stumbled upon an underage drinking party with guns and empty bottle of liquor.

All four were charged with minor in possession of alcohol and one was charged with discharging a firearm in city limits.  According to a police report, officers were called to Baylor Drive off Mount Gallant Road after someone called in to complain about a loud party on the top of a hill.  When officers approached the house, they heard a gunshot from behind the residence along with chatter coming from the garage at the residence.

When police walked around the back of the house, they found one teenager who dropped a shotgun and had alcohol on his breath.  Officers also found another teenager walking around the back of the house and a 15-year old girl hiding in the shed.  After officers had knocked on the front door for a while, they arrested another teenager who came outside claiming he was asleep during the whole fiasco. 

Contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower to consult with one of our criminal attorneys about any type of drug charges.  Our criminal attorneys also handle many different types of criminal cases in addition to drug charges in North and South Carolina.  We are licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.

 

Nurse Investigated For Pill Theft in North Carolina

 

A Lincolnton, NC woman was fired this past week from her job as a nurse for allegedly taking prescription medication from the hospital.  Now, authorities with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the incident.

According to the Lincoln County, NC Sheriff, the Sheriff’s Office received a call on February 4th regarding a disobedient employee.  The Sheriff did not release the name of the nurse but said she had been fired because it was believed she was stealing a certain prescription medication.  The woman is apparently from Gaston County, NC, but the Sheriff said she has not been charged with any crimes yet, but charges would be pending the results of his investigation.

Also, Carolina HealthCare System is investigating the allegations and incident to determine more information.  The Hospital in Lincoln said that it is fully cooperating with any investigation by the Sheriff’s Office and would assist them in any matter brought before them.

If you or someone you know is facing prosecution for possession of a controlled substance, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower to consult with one of our criminal lawyers.  Our criminal attorneys handle many types of criminal cases in North and South Carolina and want to help you with your criminal drug charges.  We are licensed in both North and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.

 

 

Rock Hill Man Man Apprehended with Narcotics and Weapons

A Rock Hill man looking to get high was found with a large knife he apparently stole from Walmart, according to authorities.

Police arrested the man and charged him with possession of a controlled substance.  He was being held in jail under a $570 bond.

According to a police report, officers were parked at a nearby restaurant when they watched a man walk in front of a Dick’s Sporting Goods Store and peer around corners as if he were being watched.  Officers then approached him as the man walked in front of a different clothing line store.

The man said he was just going for a walk because he was unable to sleep.  Officers searched the man and found a large machete on his person along with three bags of marijuana and a device used for smoking marijuana.  The man said he stole the knife from Walmart a little earlier in the day before he was looking for a place to get high.

If you or someone you know is facing criminal charges, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower to consult with one of our criminal attorneys.  Our criminal attorneys handle many types of criminal cases in North and South Carolina.  Our criminal attorneys understand the hardships that come with any criminal charges and want to help you or someone you know through his/her difficult time.  We are licensed in both North and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.

 

Tega Cay Man Obtains Prescription Pills by Fraud

A Tegay Cay man had been fooling hospital authorities for some time now.  According to a report, the man used five different names over a period of almost six years to obtain prescription pills from the Piedmont Medical Center.

Authorities stated that the man obtained the prescription pills by giving the hospital different false names, birthdates, and Social Security numbers to obtain the pills.  A nurse and hospital director also stated to police the man came to the hospital on Friday morning complaining of pain and asking for a prescription.  One of the nurses identified the man as having used a previous different name at the hospital.

Upon further investigation, the nurse found the man had been to the hospital before and he used different names to obtain controlled substances.  Apparently, the man realized police were coming to question him at the hospital as he attempted to eavesdrop a conversation between a nurse and police officer.  Authorities located the man in the hospital parking lot where he stated he went to grab his debit card.  Officers placed the man under arrest for attempting to obtain the prescription pills and for driving under suspended license as his license had been suspended at the time of arrest.

Any criminal charge can bring hardship to the person facing the accusations.  Contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower to consult with one of our criminal attorneys.  Our criminal attorneys handle many types of criminal cases in North and South Carolina, including drug charges.  Our criminal attorneys want to help you or someone you know with his/her drug charges.  We are licensed in both North and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.

 

Rock Hill Parents Arrested on Drug Charges at Home with Son

A Rock Hill man and woman are facing multiple drug charges and endangerment of a child charge after both were found in a residence Wednesday with a large amount of heroin and pills around a 1-year old, according to a report. Another man was arrested at the same residence the next day on possession of heroin and possession of pills.

Authorities were responding to a call from the residence on an overdose charge.  According to a report with the York County Sheriff’s office, the man arrested at the residence on the first day had been selling prescription pills and heroin to the woman and the man arrested the second day.  The man arrested the second day had overdosed at the time of his arrest and was taken to the hospital.

When the authorities discovered the needles and pills, they also discovered the man and woman’s 1-year old son, whom they deemed to be neglected at the time.  Both were charged with child endangerment along with possession charges.

If you or a loved one is facing drug charges, contact the law offices of Reeves, Aiken, and Hightower, LLP to consult with one of our criminal attorneys.  Our criminal attorneys also handle many other types of criminal cases in North and South Carolina.  We are licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina, where you can contact us at 704-499-9000 or 877-374-5999 toll-free.