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Dexter to hold public hearings on zoning changes to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries
The Dexter Village Planning Commission will hold a series of public hearings at the Dexter Senior Center at 7:30 p.m. Monday on proposed changes to the zoning ordinance that would allow and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in the village.
Video footage of medical marijuana dispensary robbery released by LAPD
Los Angeles police released security video footage Thursday of three men who shot and wounded two employees during a robbery earlier this month at a Northridge marijuana dispensary.
Det. Joel Price from the West Valley station said police want help in identifying the men, who entered the medical marijuana cooperative in the 8200 block of White Oak Avenue about 9:25 p.m. Dec. 15. Two of the men fired multiple times and wounded two men before fleeing.
One of the victims took out a handgun and returned fire but was shot by the robbers, police said.
One of the victims was critically injured, having been shot several times in the head, arm and legs, police said. The other man was wounded in the back and legs.
The robbers took out what they believed was a video recorder, a small amount of marijuana and an undetermined amount of cash before leaving in a late-model Nissan Titan pickup truck.
The robbers are described as three male Latinos. Police describe one of them as between 5 feet 1 and 5 feet 10, weighing 170 pounds, with a thick mustache. He was wearing a blue and white knit ski cap with ear covers, police said.
Another was 5 feet 7 to 5 feet 10 and weighed about 170 pounds, with short brown hair, a mustache and heavy eyebrows. He was wearing a dark, hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans and also had a handgun, police said.
The third robber was described wearing dark pants, a zip-up jacket and a black New York Mets baseball cap.
Lodi Council: say no to marijuana dispensaries
LODI – Lodi City Council members have asked the city attorney to write an ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries or cooperatives within city limits.
The council met Tuesday morning to hear a report by Deputy City Attorney Janice Magdich on current laws and pending cases related to medical marijuana and directed her to bring back on Feb. 16 an ordinance banning dispensaries.
If approved, Lodi would join Tracy and Modesto as cities that have banned all sales of medical marijuana.
Read Wednesday’s Record for more on this story by staff writer Keith Reid.
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