3 face marijuana distribution charges
FROM STAFF REPORTS. Three men face intent to distribute charges after more than 100 grams of marijuana, thousands of dollars in cash and other items were found inside a Bama Lane residence. Officers with Sumter Police Department’s Organized Crime and Vice Control Unit responded to the residence at 845 Bama Lane Apartment 3 on Feb. 23 after receiving a complaint about suspected drug activity at the location. Detectives confirmed accounts of a strong odor of marijuana coming from the residence before obtaining a warrant and searching the home where more than 300 grams of marijuana, more than $3,000 in cash and a handgun were seized. Officers also found equipment used in the sale of drugs.
Arkeem Armond Singleton, 24, of the home, was apprehended by officers while trying to flee from the back of the house. He is charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, fourth offense, and felon in possession of a handgun. Two other men who were inside the house, 24-year-old Willie Nathaniel Ray Jr., of 801 Coachman Drive, and 31-year-old Rashad Deon Rajah, of 14 Gate St., are both charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
Medicinal & Recreational Marijuana Dispensary Resource
They say humans are like snowflakes because no two are the same-and on a cellular level, that’s true. It was the wee hours of Wednesday morning, April 18, and the sun had yet to rise. I was adrift in my subconscious, scrolling through the feelings and disjointed thoughts that never make it to the surface. What separates the cannabis industry from the rest is the number of women executives. According to a 2017 Marijuana Business Daily reader survey, women hold 27 percent of executive-level roles in the cannabis industry.
That’s a healthy edge over U.S. businesses as a whole, where women comprise 23 percent of executive positions. What’s fascinating about California’s legal cannabis industry is that nearly 80 percent of municipalities still prohibit cannabis. Although cannabis is de-criminalized and therefore quasi-legal, much work remains to be done in terms of acceptance. Somehow Orange County is represented in the other 20 percent.
Thanks to Santa Ana, a healthy cannabis industry exists. In most cases, you can’t rely on a debit or credit card to facilitate a transaction at a dispensary. As a result, the cannabis industry is solely cash-based,.
Prop 64: Adult Use of Marijuana
Prop 64 would legalize marijuana and hemp in California. You could not consume marijuana in public or drive high. The estimated revenue from the sale and cultivation of marijuana is $1 billion or more annually. Marijuana sales and use would be tracked controlled and regulated like alcohol. Taxing marijuana would bring in millions of much needed revenue to California.
Big tobacco will move in and take over the marijuana business. With marketing and advertising of marijuana more young people will be exposed to pot. Greater marijuana smoking will lead to increases in cancer, heart attacks, strokes and long-lasting decline in brain function. Back in 1972 a proposition was on the ballot that would have decriminalized the use and possession of marijuana by those 18 and older. Federal law still classifies marijuana as a dangerous and illegal drug, but enforcement has tapered off.
When medical marijuana clinics first opened up in California many were raided and shut down by federal agents. Marijuana has been legalized in Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
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The movie feels very adult, plenty of swearwords and nudity and such and a typical Scorcese like voice-over and a good story and competent acting. Jonathan Daniel Brown is very good in the lead but my favorite performance comes from Aaron Yoo as a menacing rival of his. The only ‘bad thing’ I can say is that, it could have dug deeper into the characters; the female characters are all pretty empty and most are only there for eye-candy and the movie is low budget and it shows and feels like it was shot in a couple weeks at the most. Comparing it to ‘Blow’ might get your hopes a little too high I know realise, it doesn’t have the feeling of a epic trials and tribulations of a drug kingpin which that had but I mean it’s definitely above average when it comes to these sorts of movies. It most definitely entertains from start to finish with plenty of humor to go with the based on a true story.
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National Geographic goes inside the cannabis industry with Lisa Ling, reporting from secret farms and not-so-secret grow houses of marijuana cultivators – into a world where marijuana is not just a drug but a way of life. Learn what’s behind the increased potency of a new designer crop and how growers circumvent law enforcement while creating a more perfect plant – sometimes literally in their living rooms. Then explore the controversial medical uses of marijuana in some states, permitting personal use in violation of federal law and creating a tangled web of enforcement conflicts. Ling conducts revealing interviews with the self-proclaimed Prince of Pot, law enforcement, growers, scientists and everyday users who offer insight into this complex set of issues.