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trinitysheriffstarOn December 4, 2013 at approximately 1:34 pm the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a residence in the Peanut Mill Camp located outside of Hayfork, CA. It was reported that 2 armed male subjects dressed in all black and wearing ski masks entered the residence in Peanut Mill Camp and held two men that lived in the residence at gun point. The two men were detained within the residence while the suspects stole an unknown amount of processed marijuana and firearms from the residence. The two suspects left the residence in a vehicle that was stolen from the victim’s residence and left in an unknown direction. A search of the area by the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office and the California Highway Patrol was unsuccessful. A BOLO for the stolen vehicle was put out to neighboring counties. The case is under investigation and as of the time of this press release the stolen vehicle has not been located.

The description of the vehicle stolen at the scene is a dark blue 1994 Chevy Astro Van with a California License plate DP034CE. The van has a painting on the back door of a pig’s head with the words “A Pigment of Your Imagination” around the pig’s head also painted on the door. Please contact your local Law Enforcement Agency or Trinity County Sheriff’s Office at 530-623-2611. Do not contact subjects in the vehicle please call Law Enforcement if the vehicle is spotted.

TCSO Case Number: 2013001331

Agencies involved:

Trinity County Sheriff’s Office, California Highway Patrol

sheriffstarOn 12-5-2013, at approximately 12:30 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding a home invasion robbery, which just occurred in the 3600 block of A Avenue, Hydesville. When deputies arrived on scene, they met with the two victims, a  55 year old male who is the homeowner, and his 38 year old male friend who was visiting from Fortuna. They told the deputies they heard a knocking at the front door of the residence at approximately 11:30 p.m., on 12-4-2013. When the homeowner answered the front door, an unknown black male adult shoved a dark colored semi auto handgun into his face and said, “Get on the ground, I’m not playing”. Five or six other black male adults all wearing dark colored clothing, gloves, ski masks and pantyhose over their faces armed with dark colored semi auto handguns ran into the residence demanding marijuana and cash. The homeowner was tied up with zip ties around his wrists and ankles then left on the floor near the front door. One of the suspects then rummaged through the homeowners pockets and removed his wallets and keys. The homeowner was then dragged into a bathroom while the suspects demanded to know where the safe was inside the home. Suddenly one of the suspects yelled they needed to leave, all the suspects fled. The suspects stole approximately 150 pounds of processed marijuana in seven 50 gallon plastic garbage bags, along with the homeowners keys and wallet.

            The second victim related the same story to the deputies as the homeowner, however, told the deputies he had been tied up by a different suspect who used duct tape. The second victim was dragged into a back bedroom and told not to move. One of the suspects held a gun to his back during the entire robbery.

            After the suspects fled the scene the second victim was able to free himself and untied the homeowner.

            The suspects fled in two newer white sedans and a newer white Chevy Tahoe.  The victims were not injured.

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

Case:  201306032

 

 

 

Mike Downey

Sheriff

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NORML conference poster artCannabis in California: Ending the 100-Year War

California NORML's (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) conference marking the 100th anniversary of marijuana prohibition in California. This two-day event, held January 26 & 27 at Ft. Mason Conference Center in San Francisco, explored the history, causes and costs of the war on cannabis, and strategies for ending it.

Thanks to KMUD volunteers we are able to present audio recordings from most of the sessions from the conference below. Big thanks to Sue Moloney for the initiative! Want to see pictures? Here's a link to photos from the conference, posted on the CAnorml website.
These recordings are presented "as is", some variations in audio levels are included at no extra charge. 

Agenda

Saturday, January 26, 2013

THE 100 YEAR WAR ON CANNABIS IN CALIFORNIA
(9:15-9:45)

Ellen Komp, CalNORML- Cannabis before prohibition
Author Mike Gray - The US goes Drug Crazy
Dale Gieringer, CalNORML - Prohibition in California

PIONEERS OF CANNABIS LAW REFORM
(10:00-11:00)
Michael Aldrich, Amorphia
Michelle Aldrich, CMI
Gordon Brownell, original CalNORML director
Debby Goldsberry, Cannabis Action Network co-founder
Dennis Peron, Prop. 215 author

WHAT'S NEXT FOR MARIJUANA REFORM?
(11:00-12:00)
Stephen Gutwillig, Drug Policy Alliance
Rob Kampia, MPP
Paul Armentano, NORML

LUNCH BREAK 12:00-1:00

PROP 215: STATE OBSTACLES (1:15-2:15)
Senator Mark Leno - Legislative solutions
Michael Levinsohn - Child Protective Services issues
Omar Figueroa - Criminal defense strategies
James Anthony - Cultivation rights and local ordinances

RESPONSES TO FEDERAL INTERFERENCE (2:30-3:30)
Moderator: Bill Panzer, California NORML
Supervisor John McCowen -
Federal Sabotage of Mendocino's Ordinance
Henry Wykowski - Taxation and federal law
Betty Aldworth, NCIA - Lobbying strategies from the states
Joe Elford, ASA - Rescheduling lawsuit and federal focus
Khurshid Khoja, Emerald Growers Association - Challenges to regulation of cultivation

THE STATE OF THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY (3:30-4:30)
Moderator: Liana Held, Liana Limited
James Slatic, MedWest - The investor perspective
Troy Dayton, The ArcViewGroup - Funding cannabusinesses
Steve DeAngelo, Harborside Health Center -
Standing our ground
David Lampach, Steep Hill Lab - Setting industry standards

Sunday, January 27, 2013

DAY TWO OF CONFERENCE
Ft. Mason Conference Center, San Francisco

DOORS OPEN 9:00

LESSONS FROM WASHINGTON, COLORADO, & PROP 19 (9:30-10:30)
MODERATOR: Lauren Vazquez, Fired Up Lawyer
Alison Holcomb - Winning in Washington
Mason Tvert - Colorado's Success Story
Graham Boyd - Polling in CO & WA
and what it means for the future
Richard Lee - Language lessons from Prop 19
Tamar Todd, DPA - Likely federal responses to WA and CO

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATION AND REGULATORY REFORM (10:30-11:30)
Rep. Tom Ammiano - Medical marijuana legislation in 2013
Dan Rush, UFCW - Lobbying & legislation
Larry Bedard - The CMA and legalization
Don Duncan, ASA - 2013 opportunities
Kristin Nedeval, Emerald Growers Association -
Regulation of distribution; opportunities after legalization

LUNCH BREAK 12-1

THE NEXT CALIFORNIA INITIATIVE (1:15-2:30)
Beau Kilmer, RAND Corporation
Dale Sky Jones, Oaksterdam University; CCPR - Coalition
for Cannabis Policy Reform
Joe Rogoway - Drafting Issues; A Legal Perspective
Amanda Reiman, DPA - Key components; managing the federal response to WA and CO
John Gilmore - A funder's perspective

GROWING OUR MOVEMENT (2:30-3:30)
Marsha Rosenbaum, DPA - Meetings parents' concerns
Deborah Small, Breaking the Chains - Cannabis
legalization as a path to racial justice
Ann Lee, RAMP - Helping
conservatives to embrace legalization
Kyndra Miller - Women's role in future elections
Nate Bradley, LEAP - Winning over law enforcement
Stacia Cosner, SSDP - Bridging the gap between
movement leadership and grassroots activists

ACTIVIST STRATEGIES FOR REFORM (3:30-4:30)
Lanny Swerdlow - Starting Brownie Mary Democratic Clubs
Robert Jacob - Running for local office
Kandice Hawes - forming NORML and NWA chapters
Mikki Norris & Chris Conrad - Tell Michelle campaign, Legalizing Industrial Hemp, Pot POWs
Ed Rosenthal - Green Aid, The Medical Marijuana Legal Defense and Education Fund

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