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Arkansas police officer accused of drug crimes, conduct violation

Everyone makes mistakes in life. For some, those mistakes could lead to criminal charges, and a person may find him or herself desperately wanting to find the best way to address those circumstances. When it comes to criminal allegations for drug crimes and other offenses, creating a meaningful defense is often a viable way to work toward rectifying a difficult situation.

One man in Arkansas will certainly want to make sure that he addresses his case in a meaningful way after recently being taken into custody. According to reports, the man is a police officer and was in charge of the criminal investigation division. Other officers apparently became suspicious of the man and believed that he was taking evidence from the evidence room. Officers allegedly caught the man on video entering the evidence room and putting items in his pants.

The man is suspected of taking evidence from 33 cases, and the evidence missing from those cases included marijuana and prescription pills. As a result, the officer was taken into custody after he surrendered to state police. He is currently facing charges for possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and violation of rules of conduct by a county officer.

Accusations of drug crimes and other serious offenses can turn a person's life upside down. The officer accused in this Arkansas case will undoubtedly want to approach his case with his best foot forward. Gaining information on his defense options and exploring those options to find the ones with which he is most comfortable utilizing may allow him to feel more in control as his case proceeds.

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