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FDA Allowing Banned Indian Drug Manufacturer to Export Drugs to the United States

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Americans for Safe Drugs today released a statement after Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, an Indian multinational pharmaceutical company, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is allowing it to export product to the U.S. market from its Baddi facility, which is currently under an import ban after the FDA found significant violations of current good manufacturing practices (CGMP).
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North Port Man Arrested On Drug Charges After Failure To Stop At Red Light

PORT CHARLOTTE, FL – A North Port man was arrested on several charges, including possession and trafficking cocaine, after failing to stop at a red light late Monday night. According to authorities, on Monday, January 30, 2023, a Charlotte County Sheriff’s deputy observed a 2008 Suzuki Forenza fail to stop at a steady red light on S. McCall Rd. in Port Charlotte. The deputy activated his emergency lights and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle, pulling into a gas station parking lot. Upon making contact with the driver, identified as 55 year-old James G. Joyce, the deputy noticed Joyce appeared to be very nervous. When asked to provide his license, registration, and proof of insurance, Joyce claimed that he had just purchased the vehicle from a friend and had not yet had it registered. The deputy noticed that Joyce’s nervousness had intensified, and for his safety, he asked Joyce if he would step out of the vehicle. Joyce agreed, and when asked if there were weapons inside, he stated that there might be a .45-caliber handgun somewhere. The deputy ordered Joyce not to reach or look for it and to exit the vehicle.
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18-Year-Old High School Basketball Player Shockingly Suffers Heart Attack During Game; Currently On Life Support

DETROIT, MI – A Detroit high schooler is currently in the hospital fighting for his life after shockingly suffering a heart attack while playing in a game on Tuesday. Northwestern High School student Cartier Woods, 18, was confirmed by the Detroit Public Schools Community District to have suffered a medical emergency in the evening game. After paramedics performed CPR for 40 to 60 minutes after he collapsed, Woods was transported to Henry Ford Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU), where he is currently on life support.
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COPS: Orlando Man Traveled To Volusia County To Meet Teen Girls, Ages 15 And 16, For Sex; Communicated Via Text And Social Media

VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL – An Orlando man is in custody on charges of traveling to Volusia County on multiple occasions to have sex with teenage girls. According to authorities, Brian T. Richman, 43, was arrested by Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies today at his home on Calloway Drive in Orlando. Members of the Volusia Sheriff’s Child Exploitation Unit were present for the arrest and execution of a search warrant on Richman’s home.
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COPS: Airport Detectives Charge Man With 143 Counts of Burglary For Stealing Key Fobs From Rental Car Companies

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – Broward Sheriff’s Office Airport District detectives say they’ve arrested a man suspected of stealing dozens of key fobs from rental car companies at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. According to detectives, the investigation began in late 2021 when an unknown man stole more than...

Central Florida Charity Volunteer Accused of Past Molestation After Two Teenage Girls Now Report He Molested Them As Small Children

VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL – A Ponte Vedra Beach man has been arrested on charges he molested two girls in Volusia County several years ago. Due to his position working with a Central Florida charitable organization, the Volusia Sheriff’s Office is asking members of the public to report any additional potential cases.
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Punta Gorda Man, Subject of Ongoing Narcotics Investigation, “Going Back To Prison” After Traffic Stop For Seatbelt, Tinted Windows

PORT CHARLOTTE, FL – A Punta Gorda man was arrested for possession of cocaine and marijuana following a traffic stop on Monday. According to authorities, on Friday, January 27, 2023, deputies conducted a traffic stop on a man driving a 2005 Nissan Armada for a seatbelt violation and possible window tint violation.
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PulteGroup Announces Final Homesites At The Trails At Grand Oaks; Offers Convenient Access, Single-family Homes From The $400s

ST, AUGUSTINE, FL – PulteGroup, one of the nation’s leading home builders, has announced the final new-home opportunities at The Trails at Grand Oaks. There are only four homesite opportunities available at The Trails at Grand Oaks, a master-planned community conveniently located 2.5 miles west of I-95 in St. Johns County.

Op-Ed: Becoming A Trust Fund Baby Could Be A Curse

SPRING HILL, FL – People who learned to be hard workers and to live within their means frequently saved a large nest egg. When they passed away, they may have chosen to establish a trust fund naming another person to receive a large sum of money oftenwith some stipulations written into the trust as to when it would be received and its use.

Fannie and Freddie Expand Gift Donor List For Home Mortgages

DENVER, CO – The Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) – commonly known as Fannie Mae – and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC) – commonly known as Freddie Mac – announced late in 2022 that they have expanded their list of eligible gift donors of those who are looking to purchase a residence, giving prospective buyers a wider range of financial assistance going into 2023 and a greater shot at achieving the dream of home ownership.