Can Your Dog Get Arrested for CBD?
Can your dog get arrested for CBD? Indiana is still duking it out over whether it is legal to possess a non-intoxicating cannabis extract called cannabidiol (CBD). This debate struck a bizarre chord earlier this week. The mayor of one Hoosier town asked the state’s leading law enforcement authority a perplexing question. He asked if his dog would risk arrest for using the substance for medicinal use.
During a recent panel discussion on marijuana policy, Hammond mayor, Thomas McDermott, had a pressing concern. Can your dog get arrested for CBD? He even gave Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill the third degree over it. The question tickled those in attendance, prompting some laughter throughout the facility. But McDermott was as serious as a heart attack about his inquiry.
Over the summer, Indiana legalized CBD for patients suffering from certain types of epilepsy. This development prompted some stores around the state to begin stocking cannabis oil. Some reports indicate that the oil actually became a rather hot commodity in certain locations.
Val Venis Helps Out When Police Arrest Woman For No Reason
Not all heroes wear capes.
Apparently, some of them do wear spandex, though. Or at least, used to.
Sean Allen Morley, who once went by the moniker Val Venis during his WWF days, recently flexed his good samaritan muscles when police arrested a woman coming out of a weed dispensary in Mesa, Arizona.
The former WWF/WWE superstar-turned hardcore cannabis advocate revealed in a video uploaded to his YouTube channel that he witnessed his dispensary co-worker get harassed by local police at a nearby gas station whilst on her lunch break.
Man Busted For Disguising His Pot Plants As Bonsai Trees
Satoshi Ohashi, a 35-year old janitor living in the Higashiyodogawa Ward of Osaka, Japan, was arrested at his home last month for cultivating and selling “taima”—the Japanese word for marijuana (pronounced “tie-mah”)—which resembled bonsai trees due to his unique cultivation methods.
Ohashi treated his pot plants as if they were bonsai trees, rather than employ the usual cultivation and production methods to grow pot plants, which normally grow over a meter high. Ohashi’s plants maxed out at 40 centimeters (15.748 inches) high instead.
Driver Finds Scratch on Car—with an Apology, $40 and Half a Joint
Imagine leaving work only to find a scratch on your bumper and no note in sight. That’s not the best discovery to make before sitting in rush hour traffic with your own thoughts. Better keep that road rage to a minimum though. The American Automobile Association (AAA) has found that aggressive driving is responsible for more than half of car accidents in the United States. What would it take to chill you out? One person in Colorado hoped $40 and half a joint would do the trick.
SCRATCH & STASH
From the “Mad Pooper” to this, Colorado has had its fair share of strange news recently. Fortunately, the person being inconvenienced this time was compensated.
Mandi Shepard wondered what happened when she left work at 5 p.m. and found her back bumper scratched. To her dismay, there was no note left behind-so it looked like she would have to put up with the aesthetic flaw or come out of pocket for a buffing.
Why did Cavaliers locker room smell like weed?
Be honest: You could use a puff if you had to face the Warriors.
After the Cavaliers fell in an 0-2 hole in the NBA Finals by dropping Game 2 Sunday to the Warriors in Oakland in lopsided fashion, multiple media members reported there was a strong smell of marijuana in Cleveland’s locker room at Oracle Arena.
There are many scent-carrying suspects beyond a member of the team: someone with the media or even arena personnel.
There was also a larger presence of media members in the Cavs locker room than usual because LeBron James opted to speak to reporters there rather than at the podium.
British police uncover massive marijuana operation in nuclear bunker
Six people are behind bars after Wiltshire Police officers raided an underground nuclear bunker brimming with marijuana plants.
Police said the Wednesday night raid uncovered a massive cannabis farm inside the Chilmark bunker. Officers found several thousand plants in various stages of growth inside.
"There are approximately 20 rooms in the building, split over two floors, each 200 feet long and 70 feet wide," Detective Inspector Paul Franklin said in a statement. "Almost every single room had been converted for the wholesale production of cannabis plants, and there was a large amount of evidence of previous crops."
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