Apartment inspection leads to West York drug arrest
Two people got a more thorough inspection than the expected when a West York fire official came to their rental apartment for a routine inspection Tuesday morning.
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#1 Mar 22, 2013
Another example of why we citizens demand to keep our professional police department. Our cops prove day in and day out their not afraid to get their hands dirty. Without their service, people would be free to break the law without fear of punishment, and that would make this place a terrible place to live. Keep up the good work West York we got your backs!
#2 Mar 22, 2013
Sounds like an illegal search and seizure! Hopefully they will beat the charges against them. Quit wasting time on arresting people for a harmless plant!
#3 Mar 25, 2013
The number of criminal aliens in federal prisons in fiscal year 2010 was about 55,000, and the number of SCAAP criminal alien incarcerations in state prison systems and local jails was about 296,000 in fiscal year 2009 (the most recent data available), and the majority of these criminal aliens were from Mexico.
The number of criminal aliens in federal prisons increased about 7 percent from about 51,000 in fiscal year 2005 while the number of SCAAP criminal alien incarcerations in state prison systems and local jails increased about 35 percent from about 220,000 in fiscal year 2003.
The time period covered by these data vary because they reflect updates since GAO last reported on these issues in 2005. Specifically, in 2005, GAO reported that the percentage of criminal aliens in federal prisons was about 27 percent of the total inmate population from 2001 through 2004. Based on a random sample, GAO estimates that the criminal aliens had an average of 7 arrests, 65 percent were arrested at least once for an immigration offense, and about 50 percent were arrested at least once for a drug offense.
Immigration, drugs, and traffic violations accounted for about 50 percent of arrest offenses.
About 90 percent of the criminal aliens sentenced in federal court in fiscal year 2009 (the most recently available data) were convicted of immigration and drug-related offenses. About 40 percent of individuals convicted as a result of DOJ terrorism-related investigations were aliens
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