I guess pot dispensaries have said candy available for “medical purposes” and of course no one would put it past some scumbag stoner to drop one in the bag of a kid so parents everywhere should be cautious about the candy their little ones are bringing in. Check them first. It’s not like lacing candy with pot is a secret formula.
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – Drugs were found inside an inmate at the Hamilton County Justice Center while doctors were giving her a C-Section.
January Newport, 24, was in jail on theft charges. She had to be transported to Good Samaritan Hospital to give birth to her child.
According to Hamilton County Prosecutors, when doctors began to perform a C-Section, doctors found drugs “in with the baby.”
Newport was charged and pled guilty to charges of taking drugs on the grounds of the Hamilton County Justice Center.
How did she … I mean how far can you….?
I really don’t want to know I guess. But if drugs were legal she’d be making great decisions otherwise, right?
A Jacksonville mother charged with shaking her baby to death has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Alexandra V. Tobias, 22, was arrested after the January death of 3-month-old Dylan Lee Edmondson. She told investigators she became angry because the baby was crying while she was playing a computer game called Farmville on the Facebook social-networking website.
Tobias entered her plea Wednesday before Circuit Judge Adrian G. Soud. A second-degree murder charge is punishable by up to life in prison.
Tobias told investigators that she shook the baby, smoked a cigarette to compose herself and then shook him again. She said the baby may have hit his head during the shaking.
I’m betting it was a “cigarette” she was smoking but whatever. Plenty of addicts, drunks and potheads don’t kill their kids and certainly not over the world’s lamest hobby. Hopefully in prison she’s have plenty of time to tend her friends lawns.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Monday, Sue Ann Sims called police about possible missing funds from the South Carolina Association of Veterans Administrators. Sims is the current treasurer for the non-profit organization.
Sims told police that a treasurer in the SCAVA serves a two year term, and at the end of the term is audited by a board meeting. The treasurer also keeps the non-profit’s ledgers, and turns them in once their term is complete.
According to the police report, Sims said after the audit, the previous treasurer did not return the SCAVA’s ledgers, despite several calls by Sims to get them. She says each time she called, the previous treasurer refused to turn over the ledgers and even asked that SCAVA members stop calling her.
Sims told police SCAVA bank statements showed the previous treasurer wrote six checks to herself totaling $1725. Sims claims the checks were written and cashed after the previous treasurer was out of office, and that the account’s balance in September was slightly more than $50. She says the last balance indicated in the organization’s ledger was more than $16,000. That was back in March.
The SCAVA website still lists Peggy Hogan as the treasurer. Hogan works for the Department of Education in “youth services” and is otherwise a well known minor political figure. This may explain the media’s coyness in identifying her if she is the treasurer in question.
If Hogan is the treasurer in question it wouldn’t be a surprise that she stole from veterans, the drones in the Dept. of Ed. have been robbing South Carolina’s kids for years.
Pot activist/fetish model/example of how pot kills careers Shelly Martinez couldn’t be reached for comment on what’s being called the largest “grow house” ever found in Laurens County. We can assume her comment would be something like “pot cures cancer and makes you a better driver!” while rambling about how aspirin is unnatural.
FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. — The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office found what they say is one of the largest marijuana “grow houses” every found by their agency.
Deputies and Drug Enforcement Agency agents searched a home on Andrews Road in Fountain Inn on October 20.
LCSO investigators say they found approximately 125 pounds of high grade marijuana according to a posting on the office’s Facebook page.
The estimated sale value of the drug was $480,000.
There are pictures at the link so that stoners can cry over all the “primo bud” that is on it’s way to an incinerator. No arrests have been made or charges filed which makes me think that someone set up shop in an empty house, which is something we’re going to be seeing more and more of as the housing market continues to slide. With foreclosure sales being held up and banks dropping like flies the market is going to be flooded with houses with no one in them, the perfect situation for growers.