Adam Pally: Mindy Project Star Arrested for Marijuana & Cocaine Possession
Adam Pally was arrested for alleged marijuana and cocaine possession on Tuesday night, PEOPLE confirms. A spokesman for the New York Police Department confirmed to PEOPLE that The Mindy Project actor was standing in front of 308 W. 48th in New York on Tuesday evening when officers observed him smoking marijuana in public from an e-cigarette, as was first reported by TMZ. The officers placed him under arrest and conducted a search, during which they found Pally was also in possession of a small amount of cocaine. According to the spokesman, the 35-year-old actor and father of two was arrested at around 10:46 p.m. and was charged with two misdemeanors: criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of marijuana.
Pally, who plays Peter Prentice on Mindy, received a desk appearance ticket and was allowed to leave from the precinct after his arrest was processed, but he must return to court in June, according to the spokesman. The actor’s arrest comes just a day before Entertainment Weekly reported on Wednesday that The Mindy Project will return this September on Hulu for its sixth and final season, and the same day his new comedy Most Likely to Murder began filming. Pally is married to Daniella Liben and the couple has two kids. A rep for Pally did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
Marijuana dispensary Hi Fidelity officially opened Saturday
Hi Fidelity, a new marijuana dispensary located next to Amoeba Music on Telegraph Avenue, officially opened Saturday. Restricting product sales to those made by the best practices is also very high on Hi Fidelity’s list of priorities. These include farming practices that are organic and dry-based, and recruiting producers who agree that cannabis is an essential part of life. Human civilization, according to Weinstein, has systematically kept marijuana from humans, even though cannabis might have helped multitudes of people in the past. In 2016, City Council approved three new cannabis dispensaries in order to meet growing recreational and medicinal demand.
Hi Fidelity is the first of the three to open, and Worthington and Mayor Jesse Arreguín said they consider it an important addition to the Berkeley community. Arreguín said the dispensary provides a foundation not only for increased business and vibrancy among the intersection, but also in regard to paying employees reasonable wages and supporting them by means of a labor union. According to a statement from United Food and Commercial Workers Local 648, or UFCW Local 648, Hi Fidelity’s main stakeholders, including Marc Weinstein, were the first to commit in writing to model labor standards. The statement described Amoeba Records as integral to the city of Berkeley, and a source of satisfactory jobs.
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