If you think there are cops around, don’t go looking for the drop off. LOL.
Two men were arrested Monday after apparently trying to retrieve a hidden marijuana stash from the Pacific Grove High School campus, police reported.
School staff found a Mason jar full of marijuana in a wooded area near the soccer field. When officers arrived to investigate, they saw Sean Paul Kilpatrick, 27, and Cory Wayne Peters, 24, both of Pacific Grove, appearing to intently search the same area.
Dopes With Hope? Nope
Though they bow down to liquor stores.
Residential Care Facilities, eh? Maybe Canturbury Woods can use the homes on Spazier to grow pot now that people are not allowed to live there.
The ordinance, prepared at the council’s direction by City Attorney David Laredo, prohibits “growing, selling, distributing or operating marijuana dispensaries” medical or otherwise.
There are exclusions, Laredo said, for health care, residential care or hospice facilities to provide marijuana to patients who hold doctors’ prescriptions for cannabis, and residents can grow plants “in strict compliance with the (state) compassionate use act.”
P.G. Says No To Pot
Richard Rosen, LOL. Defender of David Stamm and Chowdergate lawyer.
Richard Rosen and Jeanine Strong say they will not only prove the nonprofit co-op is operating legally, but will go after the “real violators” — local governments and law enforcement agencies that have refused to implement the medicinal marijuana law.
In the 14 years since the Compassionate Care Act legalized medicinal marijuana in the state, said Rosen, not one medical marijuana facility has been authorized in the county.
“While the rest of the state is following the law, Monterey County is and has been consistently flaunting the law,” he said. “It’s a terrible and dangerous policy because when government ignores the law, it encourages everyone to ignore the law.”
The rest of the state is realizing that it’s about money and not compassion. They are closing down dispensaries.
The city of Los Angeles has warned 439 medical marijuana dispensaries that they must shut their doors by June 7. City prosecutors began notifying dispensary operators the first week of May, the first step in what could be a lengthy and expensive legal battle to regain control over pot sales.
New Monterey Marijuana Market Gets Lawyer
Allegedly under his own power. Grew medical marijuana, a peaceful, kinder medicine, right?
The Monterey County District Attorney is set to hold a press conference Monday to discuss some details in the case against Jesse John Crow, who was found dead early Saturday morning – hanging in his jail cell from a makeshift rope.
Crow also faced charges of using a firearm to commit a crime, being a felon in possession of a firearm, cultivating marijuana, attempted solicitation to commit a crime, and possession and transportation or sale of marijuana.
Murder Suspect Jesse Crow Dies In Jail
Grow your own? Plant a row for the needy, ha ha.
In an effort to cut through the ambiguity posed by Proposition 19 on the Nov. 2 ballot, calling for the legalization of marijuana in California, the Pacific Grove City Council Tuesday voted 5-1 to ban medical marijuana dispensaries outright in their city.
P.G. Bans Pot Stores
Gilroy got court orders to close their illegal pot store, Monterey seeks same.
Monterey City officials are seeking a permanent court order to shut down a medical marijuana dispensary that opened last year on Lighthouse Avenue.
A temporary order was issued in March by Monterey County Superior Court Judge Robert O’Farrell, in favor of the city, requiring MyCaregiver Inc. to close after the city sued.
New Monterey Marijuana Pushers Getting Pushed Out
Pass it around.
A report by city staff on permitting medical marijuana establishments in Pacific Grove can’t be done by the May 5 deadline, and City Manager Thomas Frutchey will ask the City Council Wednesday to give staff members until July 7 to submit a report.
To Stoned To Decide, Council Waits On Marijuana Store Application
and son of a medical marijuana dispensary owner/manager. Crow was picked up in P.G.
The first search warrant served on this peaceful medicine user is at KSBW.
When police arrived, Ryan’s family had blocked Jesse’s truck in the driveway and told police they believed Jesse had a history of abusing Ryan — abuse that had gone unreported — and they suggested Jesse had a drug operation because he didn’t have a job, but he seemed to have plenty of money.
The warrant also calls attention to Crow’s father — a physician — confirming that Dr. Crow runs a medical marijuana dispensary. The warrant said it operates out of Soledad.
Jesse Crow – Murder Suspect, Medical Marijuana Card Holder
Standing in the street and on top of an old hippy VW. KSBW has several pictures on it’s site. Three out of the 5 are not even from Monterey. And one dog. They are not winning my sympathy.
Members of a Monterey cannabis club held a demonstration Monday afternoon, protesting a recent court order that prohibits them from dispensing medical marijuana at 554 Lighthouse Ave.
“We are trying to raise the public’s awareness in a positive manner,” Rowland said of the protest.
Pot Smokers Protest On Lighthouse Ave