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Charlotte Mann Convicted Of Meth Trafficking In Gaston


A federal jury in Charlotte has convicted a Charlotte man of conspiracy to trade methamphetamine in and around Gaston County.

A jury on Tuesday convicted Cristian Cabrera-Rivas, 39, of conspiracy to distribute and possess methamphetamine and in support of its possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine, giving Andrew Murray, US attorney for the western district of North Carolina, known.

Cabrera-Rivas and two others, Marco Ramos-Garcia and Silvia Hernandez-Iturralde, were implicated in a conspiracy to traffick methamphetamine in and around Gaston County, according to court documents and evidence presented in court.


The Phoenix Mother Joins The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women 2021 Class Of Real Heart Survivors


Jessica Diede from Phoenix was selected from more than 100 applicants worldwide to take part in the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women 2021 “Real Women” class.

The American Heart Association, the global volunteer organization to fight heart disease and stroke, selected 22 stories about heart disease and stroke survivors as part of the association’s Go Red for Women movement to help raise awareness about cardiovascular disease leading murderer of women, according to a press release.


We celebrate the MTA workers who flex their muscles to keep the city’s public transportation system moving during last week’s monster storm.

The work did not start when the snow fell.

Before the storm, the workers fitted all MTA buses with tire chains and withdrew articulated buses from service.

They deployed 35 snow-fighting vehicles across the city to quickly and thoroughly evacuate terminals, stopovers, and other high-traffic areas and hotspots. The operators navigated with caution, determination, and bravery to get New Yorkers where they needed to go without ever suspending service.

State Police issue 8 COVID-19 mitigation warnings to Harrisburg-area liquor establishments


State Police issue 8 COVID-19 mitigation warnings to Harrisburg-area liquor establishments  WFMZ Allentown

The Weekly Hospitalization Charge In St. Petersburg Drops By Virtually 17% – Society & Tradition


ST.PETERSBURG, February 9th / TASS /. The number of patients hospitalized with coronavirus in St. Petersburg last week fell by almost 17%, the city’s Coordinating Council to Combat the COVID-19 Spread reported.

“The daily hospitalization rate has dropped significantly. In the sixth week, 16.8% fewer patients were hospitalized than in the fifth week,” said the council.

St. Petersburg hospitals that were previously equipped for coronavirus patients are returning to normal work. There are 11,950 beds for patients with COVID-19 and pneumonia in 17 municipal and eight federal medical organizations. More than 40% of beds are available in coronavirus facilities.




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