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Two New York teenagers charged with larceny

It is claimed that two New York teenagers stole money last month from another New York resident.  The 16 and 18-year old boys have both been charged with felony third-degree larceny.  Each also faces misdemeanor charges for claimed fifth-degree conspiracy.  Finally, the older of the two youths faces misdemeanor charges for allegedly endangering the welfare of a child.

Proposals to lower legal blood alcohol limits

The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended that the legal limit for acceptable blood alcohol levels of drivers be lowered is receiving support from some New York law enforcement officials. The proposal would reduce the levels from .08 to .05. Any driver with a blood alcohol level of above .05 would face an arrest for drunk driving.

African Americans more likely to face arrests for marijuana

According to recently released federal data, African Americans were more than four times more likely than whites to be arrested for marijuana possession in 2010. This disparity is particularly disturbing because research indicates that whites and blacks use the drug at similar rates.

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