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Man owes over 175K in child support, charged with felony

Most people in North Carolina would likely admit that being a parent is difficult. Parents are often left wondering how they will ensure that the needs of their children are met. In some cases, a person might find him or herself unable to meet financial obligations. Unfortunately, the failure to make court-ordered child support payments could have serious consequences.

In fact, a man in another state is learning this first hand after he was arrested and faces two counts of failure to support. The arrest stemmed from his 2006 divorce. At that time, he was reportedly ordered to make support payments for three children.

Did a prescription medication lead to addiction for a loved one?

Seeing a loved one suffer is never an easy experience. You may have never anticipated a loved one of yours becoming addicted to prescription medication, but unfortunately, it is an event that can happen relatively easily. Your family member may have received a valid prescription from a doctor due to a health issue only to become controlled by the substance later.

Addiction is a problem that can leave once put-together North Carolina residents in situations where they feel as if they have no other choice than to get more of the substance that has taken over their lives. Your loved one may have become addicted to one type of the most commonly misused prescription drugs.

North Carolina car accident: Street race kills 2, arrests made

A driver often makes multiple turns and lane changes in a single trip. Most in North Carolina go to great lengths to ensure that their actions are not the cause of an accident while making these maneuvers. Unfortunately, even the most careful drivers are sometimes unable to avoid the reckless actions of others. In fact, two people were recently arrested in North Carolina in connection with a car accident that resulted in two fatalities.

The incident happened in April 2019. According to reports, a car with two occupants was turning into a gas station parking lot. Unfortunately, the vehicle was reportedly struck by a vehicle driven by a 17-year-old male. Both occupants in the first vehicle died as a result of injuries suffered in the collision. The teenager was injured.

North Carolina mom facing criminal charges after fatal crash

There is nothing more devastating to a parent than the loss of a child. The grieving process that follows such a loss is often lengthy and difficult. Unfortunately, a mom in North Carolina must also cope with criminal charges following the unexpected death of her young child.

The incident happened around 6:30 p.m. on a day in June. According to reports, a 47-year-old woman was driving a van on a North Carolina highway when she ran off the road. She reportedly overcorrected, causing the van to exit the left side of the road before the vehicle struck a drainage ditch.

Multiple charges filed after fatal North Carolina car accident

Though it may be easy to take certain traffic signs for granted, all signs are placed with the intention of protecting drivers and other users of roadways. Failure to obey them could have tragic consequences as a recent car accident in North Carolina appears to demonstrate. A driver now faces multiple criminal charges as a result.

The crash happened during the afternoon hours of a day in mid-May. According to reports, the driver of a pickup truck failed to obey a stop sign. As a result, the truck is said to have struck a Head Start bus; the impact reportedly caused the bus to overturn. A vehicle behind the bus also became involved in the collision.

North Carolina man accused of murder during robbery

When a crime occurs, there is an understandable desire for answers. Unfortunately, these answers may take a significant amount of time to uncover. Despite this, a man in North Carolina was recently arrested in connection to an alleged murder just hours after the deceased victim's body was discovered.

The incident that led to the man's arrest reportedly happened just after 5 a.m. on a day in early May. Police reportedly responded to the home of a 78-year-old woman after receiving reports of an alarm at the residence. Responding officers allegedly discovered the woman's body inside her home, and police believed that she was stabbed during a robbery.

Charges filed in North Carolina after fatal accident

Most people would likely agree that motorcycles are sometimes more difficult to see because of their smaller size. As a result, drivers must take extra precautions. Unfortunately, a fatal accident in North Carolina demonstrates the potential harm that motorcyclists face while utilizing the roadways.

The accident happened during the afternoon hours of a day in mid-April. According to reports, a sports utility vehicle driven by a 69-year-old man struck the rear of a motorcycle. The impact pushed the motorcycle in the back of a pickup truck.

Family law proceeding of divorce more common in certain areas

Research shows that between 40% and 50% of marital unions end in divorce throughout the United States, including North Carolina. Unfortunately, where a person lives might contribute to his or her likelihood of going through the family law proceeding of divorce. Researchers recently determined that states with fewer instances of divorce have some things in common.

First, divorce is less likely for those who live in an area that does not breed high amounts of stress. The reason for this is that when couples are stressed about family drama, finances or work, this can end up harming their relationships. In the same manner, states where people had less debt related to student loans are more likely to have lower rates of divorce.

Charges for resisting arrest aren't always for attempting escape

"You'll never take me alive, Coppers!" That's the classic James Cagney, old mobster impersonation many of us might think back to when considering what it means to resist an arrest.

But, charges for resisting arrest in the state of North Carolina aren't always pressed for car chases or other fleeing defendants. This offense could also count in the following ways.

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