Utah Governor Candidate’s Wife to Be Charged After Mailing Pot
It turns out that pot will be on the ballot even in Utah this November.
But it won’t be a reform bill. Rather, Donna Weinholtz, wife of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Weinholtz, will be charged with possession of pot after authorities found she’d tried to send herself marijuana through the mail—and then discovered two pounds of it in their Salt Lake City home.
Needless to say, marijuana is illegal in Mormon-dominated Utah.
Federal prosecutors took a pass on the case, but now Tooele county prosecutors say they will proceed.
It’s a tangled tale.
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SF Cops Will Get Assist From Mental-Health Professionals
While it has long been the responsibility of law enforcement to handle situations involving people under the influence of drugs, which often has a violent outcome, the city of San Francisco is taking a more progressive approach to crisis incidents by employing a team of mental-health professionals to accompany police on these types of emergency calls.
Earlier last week, city officials announced the formation of a new five-member mental heath squad called the Crisis Intervention Specialists team, which will be deployed whenever police get called to deal with people who may be suffering from some kind of mental episode or under the influence of mind-altering substances.
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