Authorities proudly showed off their latest drug bust Wednesday – a bust that netted more than 850 pounds of marijuana.
Amid the online cracks about worshipping a “higher” power and tutorials on how to make a joint shaped like a cross, a a handful of churches nationwide are using the unfortunate coincidence to make much bigger points.
A California woman is in custody after police in Boise say they found 40 pounds of marijuana and a gram of methamphetamine on a passenger bus.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials say 46-year-old Le Nguyen and his 42-year-old girlfriend Kathy Nguyen were taken into custody Tuesday.
Authorities say an ultralight aircraft carrying about 250 pounds of marijuana has crashed in the mountains east of San Diego, but there’s no sign of the pilot.
“One of the things we look for is fake return addresses, and unfortunately what they’ve started to do is use real people’s names and addresses,” said postal inspector Jeff Fitch.
The box showed up with the couple’s home listed as the return address with markings on the U.S. Postal Service delivery reading “unclaimed” and “postage due.”
The bill introduced by state Sen. Lou Correa marks a milestone not only because it would provide significant state oversight of the multi-billion dollar industry for the first time, but because it is likely to get serious consideration in Sacramento after years of inaction.
Police in a Central California city are trying to determine how three third-graders caught smoking marijuana got the drug.
During a struggle with the woman over her purse, one of the suspects fired, hitting the woman in the lower leg.
GP Insurance Brokers sells marijuana crop insurance to business owners across the country, and business is booming.
Authorities say they have taken down a large drug-trafficking operation in the Central Valley, arresting 11 people and seizing drugs and weapons.