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Paulding County Municipal Court, Feb. 2, 2023

The Crescent News 02 Feb 2023
... property; Jonathan Payne, Van Wert, passing bad checks; Sean Love, Defiance, passing bad checks; Joseph Thome, Payne, disorderly conduct; Tracie Scott, Paulding, illegal distribution of tobacco to a minor; Terri Hasch, Paulding, criminal damaging.
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Tobacco Bill likely to hurt small businesses already struggling to keep the lights on

Independent online (SA) 01 Feb 2023
The Department of Health has tabled the new tobacco bill in Parliament which introduces onerous restriction and will force many small and micro businesses to close their doors, placing them and their employees at risk ... Bravo believes the new Bill will hand over the remaining legal tobacco sector over to organised criminals.
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California’s New Flavored Tobacco Law Will Save Kids’ Lives

The Essex Reporter 01 Feb 2023
In fact, we know that kids start using and keep using tobacco because of flavors ... Importantly, the new law does not criminalize an individual for purchasing, using, or possessing a flavored tobacco product, but instead places responsibility on tobacco retailers and their employees to comply.
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Kingsport man facing weapons and drug charges

Kingsport Times-News 31 Jan 2023
Rocky Lee Woodard, 34, is being held in the Sullivan County Jail ... Due to the seriousness of the charges and Woodard’s criminal history, an SCSO detective who serves as a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives task force officer also obtained a federal arrest warrant charging Woodard with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
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Kingsport man arrested with drugs, guns

Kingsport Times-News 31 Jan 2023
Due to the seriousness of the charges and Woodard’s criminal history, a SCSO detective that serves as a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives task force officer also obtained a federal arrest warrant charging Woodard with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon ... ....
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Illegal firearm discharge, multiple assaults reported in Killeen Monday

Killeen Daily Herald 31 Jan 2023
Area police reports indicated.. KILLEEN. An assault causing bodily injury was reported at midnight Sunday in the 500 block of Powell Street. An assault causing bodily injury was reported at 12.20 a.m ... Possession of tobacco by a minor was reported at 8.20 p.m ... Criminal mischief was reported at 8.49 p.m ... Criminal mischief was reported at 11.55 p.m ... ....
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Hochul announces expansion of Capital Region Crime Analysis Center

The Record 28 Jan 2023
Through a unique partnership between the state Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the 10 centers access the ATF’s National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) and by this summer, ...
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New Gun Regulation Handicaps the Disabled

The Epoch Times 27 Jan 2023
Disabled individuals are often viewed as easy targets by criminals, and stabilizers make it easier to defend themselves. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, ...
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275 CONVICTED IN FOUR SEPARATE INVESTIGATIONS

Okemah News Leader 27 Jan 2023
These investigations were led by the FBI Oklahoma City Field Office, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and Homeland Security Investigations, which received valuable assistance from the Oklahoma City Police Department; the United States Marshals Service; Internal Revenue ...
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California's New Flavored Tobacco Law Will Save Kids' Lives

The Gonzales Inquirer 26 Jan 2023
In fact, we know that kids start using and keep using tobacco because of flavors ... Importantly, the new law does not criminalize an individual for purchasing, using, or possessing a flavored tobacco product, but instead places responsibility on tobacco retailers and their employees to comply.
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How to be prepared in case of a shooting without living in fear

CNN 26 Jan 2023
At first, Brandon Tsay froze when a gunman aimed a firearm at him, he said. He was sure those would be his last moments ... Tsay’s courage saved his life that day, but probably also saved countless more, said Ronald Tunkel, a former special agent with the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, who was trained as a criminal profiler ... .
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Lawmakers target flavored tobacco products

West Hawaii Today 25 Jan 2023
Additional bills being proposed this year to mitigate tobacco use include raising the legal age of purchasing and possession from 21 to 25, increasing the cigarette tax stamp fee, criminalizing the unlawful shipment of tobacco products, and reauthorizing counties to enact restrictions on the sales of tobacco products, including vapes.
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Health Highlights: Jan. 25, 2023

Montana Standard 25 Jan 2023
Is your state among the worst for tobacco control? Some states are far better than others at enacting policies that discourage smoking, a new report finds ... James advances cancer care, women’s health; hires specialists Testimony continues in rape trial Bill criminalizes 'obscene' material to minors by schools, libraries.

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