Police Seek Cutest Marijuana Thief Ever
The Wichita, Kan., police department is reporting that a mouse is responsible for stealing marijuana from a 2009 case evidence facility. According to a local news station, the department held a press conference about the red-handed rodent — and even crafted an official police sketch.
Police say the mouse ate through the baggies and most likely ingested a good portion of the cannabis. Let's just hope the little guy found himself a giant wheel of cheese and is taking it easy for the next few weeks.
Washington vows to try to keep marijuana in state...but how?
Category: News | Posted on Tue, January, 29th 2013 by THCFinder
SEATTLE — So far, no one is suggesting checkpoints or fences to keep Washington state’s legal pot within its borders.
But Gov. Jay Inslee insists there are ways to prevent the bulk smuggling of the state’s newest cash crop into the black market, including digitally tracking weed to ensure that it goes from where it is grown to the stores where it is sold.
With sales set to begin later this year, he hopes to be a good neighbor and keep vanloads of premium, legal bud from cruising into Idaho, Oregon and other states that don’t want people getting stoned for fun.
It’s not just about generating goodwill with fellow governors. Inslee is trying to persuade U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder not to sue to block Washington from licensing pot growers, processors and sellers. Marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
“I am going to be personally committed to have a well regulated, well disciplined, well tracked, well inventory-controlled, well law-enforcement-coordinated approach,” said Inslee, who is due to give Holder more details this week.
Keeping a lid on the weed is just one of the numerous challenges Washington state authorities and their counterparts in Colorado — where voters also legalized pot use — will face in the coming months.
The potential of regulatory schemes to keep pot from being diverted isn’t clear. Colorado already has intensive rules aimed at keeping its medical marijuana market in line, including the digital tracking of cannabis, bar codes on every plant, surveillance video and manifests of all legal pot shipments.
But law enforcement officials say marijuana from Colorado’s dispensaries often makes its way to the black market, and even the head of the Colorado agency charged with tracking the medical pot industry suggests no one should copy its measures.
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Category: Glass | Posted on Tue, January, 29th 2013 by THCFinder
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