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The Party Blunt

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, December, 2nd 2011 by THCFinder

Who's got one of these ready for the weekend?



OC Sheriff's Department Says All Sales of Marijuana Illegal

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, December, 2nd 2011 by THCFinder
The Orange County Sheriff's Department considers all sales of marijuana to be illegal -- whether or not they involve profit -- and says the investigation that led to the raid of Belmont Shore Natural Care and numerous other locations and individuals is ongoing, according to a department spokesperson. 
In response to follow-up questions regarding the search warrant served on a half-dozen collectives and over a dozen other locations and persons on November 8, Lt. David Doyle has told the Long Beach Post that "the CUA and MMPA do not authorize sales of marijuana," and that therefore
Doyle also provided further details on the November 8 enforcement action, reporting that a total of approximately $492,000 was seized in the various searches. No cash was seized from Belmont Shore Natural Care; however, in addition to the collective's entire medicinal inventory, a variety of bookkeeping paperwork was seized, along with a computer. 
Doyle noted while no arrests have been made thus far, the investigation centering around John Walker, whom the Sheriff's Department labels "a silent partner that heads … [a] criminal organization conspiring to illegally sell marijuana at several storefronts," is ongoing. 


Amazing Jack Frost

Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, December, 2nd 2011 by THCFinder

Such an awesome looking bud, don't you agree?



'Blunt' joke at drive-through leads to arrest of Burger King customer

Category: News | Posted on Fri, December, 2nd 2011 by THCFinder
A Deltona man may have thought he was being funny when he asked for "a blunt and some herbs" – slang for marijuana – at the drive-through lane of a restaurant, but the cashier and Volusia County deputy sheriffs got the last laugh.
Shawn Porter, 32, is being held in the Volusia County Branch Jail near Daytona Beach with bail set at $1,000 on a charge of felony possession of marijuana.
It began with a late-night visit to the Burger King at 2790 Elkcam Blvd. in Deltona, Sheriff's spokesman Gary Davidson said.
Porter and another man were in a white Saturn that pulled into the drive-through lane just before 10:30 p.m. Thursday and when it came time to order, one of them yelled that he wanted "a blunt and some herbs," Davidson said.
"When they drove up to the window, the cashier said she could smell the scent of marijuana coming from the car," Davidson said.
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One of the store's managers could also smell marijuana. She told a 911 operator she was outside in the store's playground when the car passed by.
"I could smell the scent of weed – marijuana," she told the operator.
She then learned about the "blunt" order and said she decided to call with a description of the car and its tag number.
"It's not that it's a major emergency," she told the operator. "It's more of a nuisance than anything.
"I wanted to report their tag number because they are smoking drugs in the car," she said.
A responding deputy ran the tag number through his computer and learned the owner lived less than two miles from the Burger King on Sky Street in Deltona, Davidson said.
He drove to the area and minutes later watched as the car pulled into the driveway and two men got out carrying Burger King bags, he said.
"The deputy also could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the car," Davidson said. "That's when Porter admitted smoking marijuana while in the vehicle."
A search of the car turned up a marijuana cigarette in the ashtray and two plastic bags containing about 28 grams of the drug.
Porter admitted that the drugs were his and was arrested but the other man denied any knowledge of the marijuana and was released, Davidson said.


Creative Bong usage

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, December, 2nd 2011 by THCFinder

That sweet sweet honey



Universities could distribute medical marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, December, 2nd 2011 by THCFinder
Medical marijuana distribution could be handled solely by academic institutions, or physicians could be allowed to recommend its use while the state regulates growers and distributors - these are the two options being recommended by a work group created by the state legislature.
In May, Gov. Martin O'Malley signed into law a bill providing a legal defense for marijuana use by patients who have been diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition that is "severe and resistant to conventional medicine."
But the new law does not permit the possession of medical marijuana in Maryland, since lawmakers wanted to research that issue first. So the law created the Maryland Medical Marijuana Model Program Work Group and assigned it to make recommendations.
"It's still a crime to possess marijuana for medical use," said Debbie Miran, a chemist, work group member and leukemia survivor.
Karen O'Keefe, another work group member and director of state policies at the Marijuana Policy Project in Washington, D.C., said, "There's no way for a patient to get the marijuana other than a drug dealer, and it's a felony to grow it,"
Members of the work group set out to create a model that would allow for further research into medical marijuana and more comprehensive legislation.
The two models the group devised overlap. Both outline conditions for enforcement, regulation and accountability.



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