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(Cleveland Scene)   Maybe call someone other than the police if you want to complain that your weed has been stolen   (clevescene.com) divider line 5
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2013-06-10 04:20:10 PM  
Well it depends on where you live now subby. But yea, Ohio isn't a good idea.

I was watching Cops recently and they had filmed an episode in California where a woman called saying someone stole her pot plants. The cops come, confirm she's got a medical card, and go to the neighbor's (who she said took them). Neighbor said his brother did it and they arrested the brother and gave the woman back her plants. The cop even says something like "The times are changing. A few years ago we would've arrested her."
 
2013-06-10 05:00:35 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Well it depends on where you live now subby. But yea, Ohio isn't a good idea.

I was watching Cops recently and they had filmed an episode in California where a woman called saying someone stole her pot plants. The cops come, confirm she's got a medical card, and go to the neighbor's (who she said took them). Neighbor said his brother did it and they arrested the brother and gave the woman back her plants. The cop even says something like "The times are changing. A few years ago we would've arrested her."


I know a medical grower who recently had a similar incident happen in suburban Portland. I was pleasantly surprised to hear it.
 
2013-06-10 05:12:25 PM  
Dave's not here.
 
2013-06-10 05:48:19 PM  
Back in 2006 I was in Eugene.  One night on the late news there was a story about a couple who reported a robbery at their home.  The victims were forced to give their wallets, jewelry, and a bag of pot.  (At that time, possession was a ticket offense there.)
 
2013-06-10 10:11:44 PM  
This guy could probably help...
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