Honduran authorities charged her with drug trafficking on July 30 after airport police found a white powder in a “safe can” and believed that it was cocaine. She was jailed for several days on the charges.
Tests showed the substance wasn’t cocaine and a judge dropped the charges on Aug. 4.
LaRoque’s husband Brandon said the district attorney wanted to appeal that decision and the DA’s office had Amanda LaRoque’s passport, which the office said is due to an administrative error.
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Billy Graham’s grandson, Will Graham, watches a video presentation about his grandfather before speaking as part of Faith and Family Night at Sunday’s Charlotte Knights game. (Diedra Laird | The Charlotte Observer)
Long before he felt called to be a preacher, Billy Graham wanted to grow up to be a Major League Baseball player....