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The Pop Shop was far from Haring's only effort to make his work widely accessible. Throughout his career, Haring made art in subways and on billboards. His attempts to make his work relatable can also be seen in his figures' lack of discernable ages, races, or identities. By the arrival of Pop Shop, his work began reflecting more socio-political themes, such as anti-Apartheid, AIDS awareness, and the crack cocaine epidemic.
On June 29, agents served a search warrant on the home, 8140 Round Rock Road. In one bedroom where a 6-month-old boy and a 7-year-old girl slept, investigators found "several hundred fentanyl pills stored inside of a shoe, as well as heroin, crack cocaine, and multiple plastic baggies stored in a gift bag on the floor of the bedroom closet," in addition to fake U.S. residency cards and a gun, according to the charges.
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With over 15,000 employees and 37 studios around the world, IBM iX is serving as their clients global business design partner. The agency uses IBM Design Thinking principles to deliver progressive ideas not just for design but for the solving of business problems. IBM iX calls the Atlanta Falcons, Migros, Knorr, Purina, DWS and 1-800-Flowers their clients.
In addition to conspiracy charges, they also face charges related to money laundering, possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking, and maintaining a residence for the purpose of manufacturing or storing crack cocaine.
Authorities searched a home on Wenlon Drive in Murfreesboro and discovered 21 grams of suspected cocaine and crack cocaine, as well as marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to the TBI. Authorities also reportedly seized two firearms and more than $3,000 in cash.
In the evaluation of behavioral variables and lifestyle habits, we analyzed the existence of a fixed sexual partner within 12 months after starting ART, alcohol use in the month before the baseline interview, tobacco use at the time of the interview, use of illicit drugs ever in life (marijuana, cocaine, crack, and others, such as ecstasy and glue sniffing), and condom use in the last month and during the last sexual intercourse.
Andrew J. Draper, 43, of Batavia, is charged with driving while under the influence of drugs and aggravated unlicensed operation 3rd. Following an investigation, Draper was arrested on June 17 for an incident reported at 10:53 a.m., May 14, on Ellicott Street, Batavia. Draper is accused of driving while impaired by crack cocaine. Draper was issued traffic tickets and released.
Jennifer "Miss B" M. Moton, 37, of Driving Park, Rochester, is charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance 3rd, four counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance 3rd, and promoting prison contraband 1st. Moton was arrested following a traffic stop by Deputy Kenneth Quackenbush on a warrant based on a sealed Grand Jury indictment in Genesee County for allegedly selling crack cocaine to an agent of the Local Drug Task Force. While Morton was being processed at the jail, information was developed that resulted in a search warrant. Morton was allegedly found in possession of 41 pre-packaged bags of crack cocaine along with a bulk quantity of crack cocaine. Moton was arraigned in Genesee County Court and released on her own recognizance and arraigned in Town of Stafford court and also released on her own recognizance. 2b1af7f3a8