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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Greenwood Heights bust yields marijuana & cash

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Update for this incident:
According to a press release from the Humboldt Co. Sheriff's Office, dated March 1, 2012:
On Feb. 29, 2012, Humboldt County Drug Task Force Agents froze the suspect’s bank accounts. On March 1, 2012 agents served asset seizure warrants on those four accounts. An additional $134,000.00 was seized and turned over the agents from one of those bank accounts. Agents are still awaiting information from the remaining three banks as to any other monetary seizures.

According to a press release from the Humboldt Co. Sheriff's Office, dated Feb. 29, 2012:
On Feb. 29, 2012 at approximately 8:00 a.m., the California Department of Justice, assisted by the Humboldt County Drug Task Force, Humboldt County Sheriff Drug Enforcement Unit and Humboldt County Sheriffs Office Community Response Unit served two search warrants in the Greenwood Heights area of Eureka. The search warrants were obtained by the California Department of Justice who requested assistance from the Sheriff’s Office and Drug Task Force.The warrants were for a residence in the 5100 block of Greenwood Heights Road, Eureka and three structures located in the 4500 block of Greenwood Heights Road, Eureka.

When the officers arrived at the 5100 block residence, they met with John Eaton Cromwell, 46 years old, and Elisabeth Nergaard Olsen, 42 years old along with their four small children. During a search of their residence, they located approximately $387,000 in cash and $10,000.00 in money orders. Cromwell and Olson are the owners of the second parcel located in the 4500 block of Greenwood Heights Road, Eureka. Officers serving the search warrant located a sophisticated marijuana growing operation that was powered by Pacific Gas and Electrical Power. The marijuana grow contained 3,881 marijuana plants ranging from four inches to four feet in height, growing under 20 one-thousand watt grow lights.  Officers also located 110 one-pound bags of marijuana bud with an estimated value of $220,000, and approximately $33,000 cash. They located another male, Charles Bruzza, 34 years old from Portland, Oregon that was living at that address.

Officers were able to tie Cromwell and Olsen to the marijuana grow based on evidence they located, however they issued them a notice to appear (citation) due to the small children at the residence. They were cited for cultivation of marijuana, possession for sale of marijuana and maintaining a drug house. Bruzza was arrested and transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility where he was booked for cultivation of marijuana, possession for sale of marijuana, and possession of over an ounce of marijuana. His bail is set at $75,000.00. Due to electrical fire hazards at the marijuana grow operation, the Humboldt County Planning Department and Pacific Gas and Electric were called to the scene.

Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding this case or criminal related activity is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line at 707-268-2539. If you live in the City Limits of Eureka the Eureka Police Problem Oriented Policing Unit can be reached at 707-441-4373


Cash from the incident above being counted:

According to a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Ofice, dated Feb. 29, 2012:
On Feb. 28, 2012, at approximately 9:00 a.m. the Humboldt County Sheriffs Community Response Unit and Humboldt County Drug Task Force acted on a citizen’s information of a possible large commercial indoor marijuana grow approximately 12 miles down Johnson Road, off Bald Hills Road, Northwestern Humboldt County. The deputies and agents drove to the area and located an approximate 40 foot by 80 foot wooden structure powered by a commercial generator. The officers also saw a residence was located nearby. The officers obtained a Humboldt County Superior Court search warrant based on their observations. The officers located approximately 3000 growing marijuana plants being grown indoors under forty one thousand watt light bulbs. The plants were approximately four inches to three feet in height. The officers searched the nearby residence and located and arrested three suspects Bradley Jon Hagen, 27 years old and his brother Sean Thomas Hagen, 30 years old both from Chula Vista, California and Steven Robert Columbo, 35 years of age from Marysville, California.
   
The officers were able to connect the marijuana grow to the residence in a variety of ways, including determining that the generator which powered the marijuana grow also powered the residence. The officers could see the generator powering the marijuana grow was leaking oil and diesel. The area where the marijuana grow was located drains into the Klamath River basin. California Fish and Game, Humboldt County Environmental Health, Humboldt County Code Enforcement  was notified and responded to the scene to contain the spill and try to determine the extent of the damage. Yurok Tribal Environmental Health was also notified, but did not respond to the scene.

The officers located 146 one pound bags of sealed marijuana bud packaged for sale estimated to be worth $292,000.00 dollars, along with several pounds of concentrated cannabis (Hash) which is currently estimated to be worth 8,000 a pound, approximately 100 pounds of marijuana leaves, $8,000.00 cash, three pistols, four rifles and a shotgun. All three suspects were booked into the Humboldt County Correctional facility on charges of cultivation and possession for sale of marijuana. Their bail was set at $75,000.00.     

Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding this case or criminal related activity is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line 707-268-2539. If you live in the City Limits of Eureka the Eureka Police Problem Oriented Policing Unit can be reached at 707-441-4373.

The photos below show suspects from right to left: Bradley Jon Hagen, Sean Thomas Hagen and Robert Columbo:

    

Marijuana Bud and arms seized at the scene:


 

 

According to a Humboldt County Sheriff's Information Bulletin, dated Feb. 22, 2012:
On Feb. 21, 2012 the Humboldt County Drug Task Force received a telephone call from Oregon State Police Department, regarding a subject named, Keith T. Carpentier age 39.  Oregon State Police Department said that they had stopped Carpentier for a traffic violation when he was driving on Interstate 5 near Eugene, Oregon.  During their contact of Carpentier, Oregon State Police Department searched Carpentier’s vehicle. Officers discovered 15 pounds of processed marijuana in his vehicle. Carpentier was placed under arrest for possession for sales and transportation of marijuana. Through their investigation with Carpentier, Officers in Oregon learned that Carpentier lived in McKinleyville, California.

Humboldt County Drug Task Force Agents then wrote a search warrant for Carpentier’s residence which was located in the 2200 block of McKinleyville Avenue, McKinleyville. When Officer’s served the search warrant at the residence they discovered a commercial indoor marijuana growing operation. Officers contacted a subject, who they identified as John Paul Krekeler age 49 at the residence. Officers seized 102 growing marijuana plants from inside of the residence that ranged in size from 4 inches to 3 foot in height. Officers located 15 individual one pound bags of processed marijuana in the residence along with approximately 40 pounds of drying marijuana plants that had been recently harvested. Officer located one shotgun and one pistol in the residence. Officers located $19,730 dollars in currency that was seized for asset forfeiture.
Humboldt County Building and Planning Department was contacted and responded to the scene, because of the possible fire hazard caused by the electrical indoor marijuana growing operation. Once the Building and Planning Department arrived on scene they determined that the marijuana growing operation was a possible fire hazard and they then contacted PG&E to have the electricity removed from the residence.

Krekeler was arrested for cultivation and possession for sales of marijuana and was transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility. An arrest warrant will be sent to the Humboldt County District attorney’s Office for Carpentier’s arrest for cultivation and possession for sales of marijuana. This case is still under investigation by the Humboldt County Drug Task Force.

According to a press release from the Humboldt county Sheriff's Office, dated Feb. 21, 2012:
On Feb 17, 2012, at approximately 8:00 p.m. a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy, assisted by two California Highway Patrol Officers conducted a probation search at 371 Phillipsville Road, Phillipsville after receiving information from citizens of possible drug activity occurring at the residence.  When the officers arrived at the residence they contacted Steven James Ball, 64 years old who resided in the residence and who is on probation for possession of marijuana, along with Timothy Howard Hare, 64 years old who resides in Dyerville.  A search of the residence was conducted and the officers discovered a sophisticated marijuana operation. Several of the residences bedrooms were being used to grow marijuana, and a hidden grow room was located in the basement, concealed by a trap door. Over 3,300 marijuana plants were located, including numerous clones, along with scales, packaging material and items consistent with sales of marijuana. Approximately three pounds of processed marijuana and over $3,000.00 cash was also located. Ball told the deputy he sells the marijuana clones.

The Humboldt County Drug Task Force was notified and responded to assist in the investigation.  Steven Ball was arrested for felony cultivation and sales of marijuana.  Timothy Hare was arrested on three outstanding arrest warrants, one for theft of utilities, one for maintaining a drug house, and another for reckless driving.  Both were transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility.  Ball’s bail was set at $25,000.00, and Hare is being held without bail.

Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding this case or criminal related activity is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line 707-268-2539. If you live in the City Limits of Eureka the Eureka Police Problem Oriented Policing Unit can be reached at 707-441-4373.

According to a press release from the office of the California Secretary of State, dated Feb. 15, 2012:
Secretary of State Debra Bowen today announced that the proponents of a new initiative may begin collecting petition signatures for their measure.  The Attorney General prepares the legal title and summary that is required to appear on initiative petitions. When the official language is complete, the Attorney General forwards it to the proponents and to the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State then provides calendar deadlines to the proponents and to county elections officials, and the initiative may be circulated for signatures.  The Attorney General’s official title and summary for the measure is as follows:
 
MARIJUANA. REGULATION AND TAXATION OF MEDICAL USE INDUSTRY. REDUCED CRIMINAL PENALTIES. INITIATIVE STATUTE
. Establishes new government agency to regulate medical marijuana cultivation, manufacture, distribution, testing, and sale. Imposes agency fees, and 2.5% tax on medical marijuana retail sales. Allocates new revenues to agency administration, any remainder primarily to medical marijuana research and grants. Preempts local regulation of medical marijuana, except for zoning of medical marijuana dispensaries. Requires one dispensary per 50,000 residents unless limited or banned by local initiative. Bars state and local assistance to federal enforcement against medical marijuana. Reduces criminal penalties for marijuana possession, cultivation, transport, or sale. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Savings potentially up to several tens of millions of dollars annually to state and local governments from reductions in various criminal justice costs related to enforcing marijuana crimes. Additional state tax revenues in the low tens of millions of dollars annually from a new supplemental tax on medical marijuana sales, used for various regulatory, research, education, and health care purposes generally related to medical marijuana. Increased costs to regulate medical marijuana potentially in the tens of millions of dollars annually, offset by fees and/or taxes authorized by the measure. (11-0098)
 
The Secretary of State’s tracking number for this measure is 1571 and the Attorney General’s tracking number is 11-0098.
 
The proponents for this measure, Don Duncan and Ron Lind, must collect signatures of 504,760 registered voters – the number equal to five percent of the total votes cast for governor in the 2010 gubernatorial election – in order to qualify it for the ballot. The proponents have 150 days to circulate petitions for this measure, meaning the signatures must be collected by July 13, 2012. The initiative proponents can be reached at (916) 456-0100.

Listen to KMUD 6 PM news tonight, Tues., Feb. 21, 2012 as Terri Klemetson interviews: Dale Gieringer with NORML, Alison Sterling-Nichols, Executive Director of Humboldt Grower's Association & the Emerald Grower's Association, and Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Downey.

Several other Marijuana Initiatives have also previously entered circulation. These are listed below in choronogical order:

October 28, 2011:MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Decriminalizes marijuana sales, distribution, possession, use, cultivation, and transportation. Dismisses pending court actions inconsistent with its provisions. Retains laws forbidding use while driving or in workplace. Establishes regulation of commercial marijuana trade to match regulation of wine and beer. Allows noncommercial production up to 24 flowering plants per household, or more with local approval. Authorizes retail sales of marijuana with THC level of .3% or more to persons 21 or older; if less, no age limit. Directs state and local officials to not cooperate with federal enforcement of marijuana laws. Bans development of genetically modified marijuana. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: The fiscal effects of this measure are subject to considerable uncertainty depending on: (1) the extent to which the federal government continues to enforce federal marijuana laws and (2) the specific taxes applied to marijuana. Savings of potentially several tens of millions of dollars annually to state and local governments on the costs of incarcerating and supervising certain marijuana offenders. Potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in net additional tax revenues related to the production and sale of marijuana products. (11-0039)
 
The Secretary of State’s tracking number for this measure is 1516 and the Attorney General’s tracking number is 11-0039.
 
The proponents for this measure, James P. Gray, William McPike, Stephen Collett and Steve Kubby, must collect signatures of 504,760 registered voters – the number equal to five percent of the total votes cast for governor in the 2010 gubernatorial election – in order to qualify it for the ballot. The proponents have 150 days to circulate petitions for this measure, meaning the signatures must be collected by March 26, 2012. The initiative proponents can be reached at (415) 830-6070.
 



November 8, 2011:REDUCED MARIJUANA PENALTIES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Limits punishment to $250 fine or community service for possession, cultivation, sale, or transportation of up to two ounces of marijuana; limits punishment to six months in county jail and/or $500 fine if violator is less than 21. Retains existing penalties for marijuana offenses on school grounds and for offenses involving sale to a minor, employment of minor in criminal marijuana enterprise, or driving under influence of marijuana. Makes property forfeiture laws inapplicable to marijuana offenses involving two ounces or less. Retains laws regarding marijuana in the workplace, driving under influence, and medical marijuana. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Unknown savings to state and local governments on the costs of enforcing certain marijuana-related offenses, handling the related criminal cases in the court system, and incarcerating and supervising certain marijuana offenders. (11-0040)
 
The Secretary of State’s tracking number for this measure is 1518 and the Attorney General’s tracking number is 11-0040.
 
The proponent for this measure, Bill Zimmerman, must collect signatures of 504,760 registered voters – the number equal to five percent of the total votes cast for governor in the 2010 gubernatorial election – in order to qualify it for the ballot. The proponent has 150 days to circulate petitions for this measure, meaning the signatures must be collected by April 5, 2012. The initiative proponent can be reached at (310) 451-2522.
 


November 22, 2011:MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION. INITlATlVE STATUTE. Decriminalizes marijuana use, possession, cultivation, transportation, distribution, or sale for adults aged 19 and older. Creates California Cannabis Commission to regulate commercial cultivation, processing, testing, transport, distribution, sale, facilities for on-premises consumption, and smoking in public, but authorizes local governments to permit conduct otherwise prohibited by state law and regulations. Exempts from rcgulation or taxation up to three pounds of marijuana for personal use. Retains laws prohibiting marijuana-related conduct that contributes to the delinquency of a minor and driving while impaired by marijuana. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Dircctor of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: The fiscal effects of this measure are subject to considerable uncertainty depending on the extent to which the federal government continues to enforce federal marijuana laws and depending upon how, and to what extent, the state chooses to regulate the commercial production and sale of marijuana. Savings potentially in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually to state and local governments on the costs of enforcing certain marijuana-related offenses, handling the related criminal cases in the court system, and incarcerating and supervising certain marijuana offenders. Costs potentially up to the low tens of millions of dollars annually to the state to regulate the commercial production and sale of marijuana. Potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in net additional tax revenues related to the production and sale of marijuana products. (11-0046)
 
The Secretary of State’s tracking number for this measure is 1524 and the Attorney General’s tracking number is 11-0046.
 
The proponents for this measure, Joe Rogoway, Frank. H. Lucido, Pebbles Trippet, William Panzer and Omar Figueroa, must collect signatures of 504,760 registered voters – the number equal to five percent of the total votes cast for governor in the 2010 gubernatorial election – in order to qualify it for the ballot. The proponents have 150 days to circulate petitions for this measure, meaning the signatures must be collected by April 19, 2012. The initiative proponents can be reached at (707) 520-4205.


January 6, 2012:MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Decriminalizes marijuana and hemp use, possession, cultivation, transportation, or distribution. Provides persons arrested or serving time for non-violent marijuana offenses shall be immediately released from prison, jail, parole or probation, and arrest records and convictions for non-violent marijuana offenses shall be erased. Authorizes Legislature to adopt laws to license and tax commercial marijuana sales. Allows doctors to approve or recommend marijuana to patients, regardless of age. Limits testing for marijuana for employment or insurance purposes. Bars state from aiding enforcement of federal marijuana laws. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Savings potentially in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually to state and local governments on the costs of enforcing certain marijuana-related offenses, handling the related criminal cases in the court system, and incarcerating and supervising certain marijuana offenders. Potential net additional tax revenues in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually related to the production and sale of marijuana. (11-0073)
 
The Secretary of State’s tracking number for this measure is 1544 and the Attorney General’s tracking number is 11-0073.
 
The proponents for this measure, Michael Jolson and Berton Duzy, must collect signatures of 504,760 registered voters – the number equal to five percent of the total votes cast for governor in the 2010 gubernatorial election – in order to qualify it for the ballot. The proponents have 150 days to circulate petitions for this measure, meaning the signatures must be collected by June 4, 2012.
 

According to a Press Release from the Office of Calif. Assemblymember Wesley Chesbro, dated Feb. 10, 2012:
Praising the Governor for his swift action and understanding of an issue of critical importance to rural California school children, Assemblymember Wesley Chesbro (D-North Coast) today thanked Jerry Brown for signing SB 81, the bill that restores this year’s funding for the Home to School Transportation program. The signing came in time to save districts on the brink of firing their school bus drivers. “I am thrilled that the Legislature and Governor were able to come together to restore the funding that gets California’s students to school,” Chesbro said. “Home-to-School Transportation is an essential service in my district. This bill was signed just in time to save the jobs of many school bus drivers and ensure that there is no interruption in getting kids to school.”

SB 81 replaces the $248 million cut to the Home-to-School Transportation program made by Governor Brown, with a smaller, more equitable reduction across all school districts in California. SB 81 moved quickly through the Legislature and made it to the Governor’s desk in just three days. As a budget bill, SB 81 will go into effect immediately.

Click here for the previous post on this story.

Click here for for the intitial post of this story-including: background information, interviews, web links and photos.


 

 

 

Important update on this story:
According to KMUD News:
As of 5pm today, Thurs, Feb. 9, 2012, the Briceland-Thorn Road was reopened upon pronouncement by an official of the Eureka Fire Department, who had evaluated the scene, that the fire was no longer a hazardous material situation.

According to KMUD News:
A fire that started on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 caught fire for the third time today in the storage container used for the Whitethorn Dump and Transfer Station. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time, but has led fire officials to believe that it may be an environmental hazard. CAL FIRE, Whitethorn, and Briceland Volunteer Fire Departments were among those responding to the incident. Equipment dispatched to the scene included: one CAL FIRE engine, and two Whitethorn engines. CHP, the Sheriff’s Dept., and Humboldt County Environmental Health were notified.

As of early this afternoon the Briceland-Thorn Road has been closed to traffic from the junction to the Whitethorn CAL FIRE station. This is about a 1/2 mile of the Briceland Thorn Road. Neighbors close to the dump were told to “Shelter in Place” - that means they were told to stay in their homes as the air outside might be dangerous to breathe.   School bus service to Whitethorn was cancelled. Parents were advised to arrange pickup or carpool for their children, and Chemise Mountain Road was used as an alternate route. As of this afternoon, (Thurs. Feb. 2, 2012) the controlled fire was being monitored and considered dangerous as the contents of the fire are unknown. They are waiting for an expert to come from the Eureka Fire Dept. to assess the fire.

Listen to the KMUD 6 pm Local News tonight (Thurs. Feb. 2, 2012) for more information.

The photo below by Mikal Jakubal shows Telegraph Ridge VFD firefighter Will Rogers at the Whitethorn Dump Fire:

According to a press release from the Office of California State Senator, Noreen Evans, dated Feb. 2, 2012:

Senator Noreen Evans (D-Santa Rosa), a member of the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, announced today committee bill SB 81, which would restore $248 million to the Home-to-School Transportation Fund, passed off the Senate Floor 26-8.  The bill now goes to the Governor for his signature. “Children can’t learn if they can’t get to school,” said Evans whose district largely consists of rural school districts dependent on the funds to get kids to school. “SB 81 was the result of both houses and both sides of the aisle coming together to find a solution that will get kids to school.”
 
School districts throughout the state have been in a panic since the 2011 budget trigger cuts were implemented. Schools that rely on home to school transportation programs to get kids into the classroom each day, in order to receive their ADA funds, were hit twice by the cut. The cuts from the 2011 budget fell disproportionally on children in rural areas, children of color and low income children. “Today, thousands of parents and students are relieved to hear our leaders agree we must keep our school buses rolling,” said Allan Clark, president of the California School Employees Association. “School buses are by far the safest way to get kids to school, so we hope the governor will quickly sign this bill.” “Some individuals look at this as a restoration of transportation and keeping the big yellow buses on the road,” said Gary Eagles, Humboldt County Superintendent of Schools.  “I would argue that it is a matter of equity and the preservation of educational rights.”

SB 81 was introduced by the Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review, of which Evans is a member.  The bill would shift funds to restore a small level of funding for home-to-school transportation. “Home to School Transportation is not a luxury,” said Jim Stewart, Superintendent of the Southern Humboldt Unified School District.  “It’s a necessity for students attending rural remote schools. I urge the Governor to sign SB 81 and restore this in equitable cut. Eliminating school buses denies equal access to those most in need of a safe ride to school.”
 
State Senator Noreen Evans represents the Second Senatorial District, including all or portions of the Counties of Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma. Senator Evans Chairs the Legislative Women’s Caucus and the Committee on Judiciary.

Click here for for the intitial post of this story-including: background information, interviews, web links and photos.

  • Use the player below to hear or download Terri Klemetson's interview with California State Senator Noreen Evans after SB 81 had passed both the Senate and Assembly. The interview was aired on KMUD Local News on Feb. 2, 2012.



 

  • Use the player below to hear the reaction of Cinnamon Paula, a local parent, to passage of SB 81. The piece, by Terri Klemetson, was aired on KMUD Local News on Feb. 2, 2012.



 

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According to a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, dated Jan 1, 2012:
On 1-31-2012, approximately 7:45 a.m. the Sheriff's Office Community Response Unit served a Humboldt County Superior Court Search Warrant after receiving citizen complaints about drug activity at a residence in the 3100 block of Greybrook Lane, Hydesville, which was near a daycare center. When the warrant was served the deputies located 113 growing marijuana plants, approximately 33 pounds of processed marijuana packaged for sale, a scale, a rifle, a handgun and $3,800.00 in cash. Deputies also located items consistent with the manufacturing of Hash, including 141 empty butane bottles. 

Deputies arrested Thomas Dennis Miranda, 58 years old, Sarah Rachel Miranda, 31 years old and Matthew Gary Caston, 31 years old. They were all booked into the Humboldt County Correctional facility on charges of manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, cultivation of marijuana and possession of marijuana for sale. Their bail is set at $500,000.

Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding this case or criminal related activity is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line 707-268-2539.

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