Orange

Jamal Andrews
Melody Johnson
Annette Fulcher

In Plato’s Laws, the philosopher surmises, “There is no harm in repeating a good thing.” But clearly, that does not apply to criminal activity, a bad thing for both society and the lawbreakers themselves who, by law, face stricter penalties with every recurring infraction. Yet some Orange residents can’t seem to stop repeating their mistakes in spite of those potentially heightened consequences.

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In Plato’s Laws, the philosopher surmises, “There is no harm in repeating a good thing.” But clearly, that does not apply to criminal activity, a bad thing for both society and the lawbreakers themselves who, by law, face stricter penalties with every recurring infraction. Yet some Orange residents can’t seem to stop repeating their mistakes in spite of those potentially heightened consequences. One of those offenders is 26-year-old Melody Johnson of Orange.

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Officers arrested two men in Orange on June 19 after finding marijuana, Dilaudid and syringes during a traffic stop, police report.

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One woman was pronounced deceased after the driver of an SUV disregarded a red light and struck the woman's passenger car at an intersection in Orange on Thursday, June 19, Orange police report.

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A 30-year-old Stafford man is dead after attempting to flee the scene of a routine traffic stop in Orange Friday, June 13.

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A prostitution sting by officers of the Orange Police Department on June 4 resulted in the arrest of a repeat offender who now faces state jail felony charges, police report.

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A woman in Orange reportedly stabbed her boyfriend, who was in  wheelchair at the time, when she became angry with him over the weekend, according to a report from the Orange Police Department.

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A man refusing to comply with police after reportedly walking in a roadway and striking a vehicle with his fist was Tased and arrested in Orange on Monday, May 26, police report.

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Officers in Orange arrested an allegedly drunk man causing a disturbance and throwing beer bottles in the driveway of his home on Monday, May 26, police report.

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An Orange woman was arrested for the third time within two months for possession after police reportedly found her with multiple bags of synthetic marijuana, and some actual marijuana, on Tuesday, May 20.

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