Articles Tagged with marijuana

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At the beginning of December a man was incarcerated and charged after he was found with what the arresting officer believed to be just under 100 grams of heroin, but more than a month later was revealed as laundry detergent powder.

On December 5, 29-year-old Matthew Crull ended his work day and settled down in a KFC parking lot where he decided to rest his eyes and sip off a can of beer.

Someone saw the man and called in to report him, and Deputy Steven O’Leary from the Martin County Sheriff’s Office dispatched to the location to investigate the situation.

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Three people are facing several charges after the police located a man suspected of masturbating inside a Target store, and encountered two other people in the residence that they alleged were breaking the law.

A Target located in Dover called the police on January 19 to report an incident involving someone who had allegedly visited the dressing room and left the door open while using the location as a venue for public masturbation. The suspect was also reported as driving off in a gold Jaguar.

On January 24, the same Target notified the authorities a second time regarding an identical incident that they believed involved the same person, and it was alleged that the suspect left the premises in an automobile matching the description of the previous report as well.

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A man at the Universal Studios theme park in Orlando has been accused of trying to kidnap a little girl while she was separated from her mother for a short period of time.

A mom and her 9-year-old daughter were recently visiting Universal Studios in Florida when they got disconnected from each other for what was reported as only minutes.

The parent and child were at the part of the park dedicated to Harry Potter when they became disjoined, and the little girl made her way into the locker room where people store their belongings when visiting attractions and going on rides.

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The patron of a McDonald’s drive-thru who allegedly tried to pay for his food with cannabis had his munchie-run go up in smoke when the manager alerted the authorities about the attempted deal.

A little after 1:00 am, a manager working the drive-thru at a Port St. Lucie McDonald’s reportedly encountered a customer in a gray Pontiac with a surfboard sticking out of the back window of the vehicle. When the man drove up to the window to collect his food he allegedly tried to hand the manager a plastic bag with “a green leafy substance” inside of it, as stated in the affidavit.

The manager believed that the baggie contained marijuana and that the man driving the vehicle was trying to use the drugs in lieu of traditional means of payment for his food order.

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When three youngsters were allegedly left home alone by their mother one of them called 911 and asked if someone could come and assist with them watching videos online.

On Thursday evening, 23-year-old Natalee Kahl allegedly left her apartment where her three young children remained unsupervised.

One of the kids reportedly contacted emergency services because they were having problems using YouTube, and when the child mentioned that their mother was not present the police were sent to the address.

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The manager and two other employees of a Sonic restaurant were taken into custody when a child allegedly found drugs in a kid’s meal that was purchased at the establishment.

A mother and father took their two children, ages 4 and 11, to the Sonic Drive-in Restaurant in Taylor, Texas, for dinner.

The older child was helping her brother open his kid’s meal when she reportedly saw something that she thought may have been candy. When she asked her parents what it was, they told her that the item, that reportedly resembled a pill, was not candy.

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A Toronto police officer is facing legal and employment consequences after he tampered with evidence in a drug case resulting in the release of seven suspects.

At the end of January, 36-year-old Vittorio Dominelli, an officer with the Toronto police for 13 years, was part of a team carrying out a raid on a marijuana shop that was under investigation for running an illegal operation. While they were collecting evidence, Dominelli retained three chocolate candy bars containing cannabis oil that he saw had been left out of the collection bag.

After the raid, Dominelli and his partner that evening went out for a bite to eat and he confided in her about stealing the candy bars. He additionally told her that he felt like he should throw them away while they were at the restaurant, but they ultimately decided that it would not be safe to get rid of them in a place that is accessible to the public.

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The father of an infant is facing charges after he was pulled over and police found his daughter on the floor of the car and placed on top of a gun.

The authorities received a report from someone that was concerned because they said they believed that a man was in the midst of taking a drive with a baby on his lap.

Police responded and pulled over a vehicle matching what was described by the caller after they located it driving down a highway.

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A ninth grader at a North Carolina high school is being held legally accountable for an incident where she allegedly shared marijuana edibles with three of her friends resulting in them becoming ill.

A 14-year-old girl who attends Perquimans County High School as a freshman allegedly brought a Cap’n Crunch cereal treat infused with marijuana to campus with her and split it into quarters. The girl then gave a portion to three other students that she is friends with.

The teens who ate the pieces of the cereal bar reported that they felt ill and were taken to a local hospital to ensure their well-being, and law enforcement was notified of the situation.

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A man and his wife who live in a home where they provide licensed daycare have been jailed after the police reportedly found drugs and weapons inside of the residence.

Herbert Wayne Hartley and his wife Barbara own a home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and when a friend of Herbert’s became alarmed that the 62-year-old man had not been answering his telephone he alerted the authorities.

When the police went to check on the situation to ensure Herbert’s well-being, they went inside the house and allegedly came across 13 plants that they suspect are marijuana that had recently been harvested. In addition, they reportedly found two pounds of marijuana flower, over $30,000 cash, several firearms, and just over two-and-a-half ounces of kratom.