Officers seized over 400 marijuana plants, more than 10 pounds of processed marijuana, nearly one pound of psilocybin mushrooms and an undisclosed amount of concentrated cannabis. Additionally, officers seized almost $40,000 in cash.
Some 15 to 20 persons may be sheltered at the facility, renovated from the previous, lower-capacity Night Shelter on the same site.
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The suspect was described as a white male adult in his 20s, about 5 feet, 10 inches to 5 feet, 11 inches tall, with “scraggly” blond hair, a beard and having a slender build. He was further described as wearing a hat and loose clothing.
We will have enough rally signs for everybody, and there will be coffee and homemade Cookhouse biscuits with butter & jam, compliments of the Humboldt Democratic Central Committee, for those in the overflow room and outside at the rally.
Inside the residence, officers located over 800 marijuana plants in various stages of growth, over 70 pounds of processed marjiuana in various stages of drying, psilocybin mushrooms, one high-powered rifle and nearly $5,000 in cash.
The initiative’s most obvious result would be make it legal to possess up to an ounce of marijuana and to grow it in a 25-square-foot area. It leaves regulation up to local governments but also allows for action by the state legislature.
The suspect, Martin S. Alvarado, 29, of Pico Rivera, Calif., was transported to Humboldt County Jail, where he was booked on charges of Sexual Assault, False Imprisonment, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Assault and Battery and Public Intoxication. Additional charges are pending an investigation.
In days following the meeting, the Fickle Hill residents further organized. Objections to the trail crossing include increased traffic and vehicles using residents’ driveways to turn around, illegal camping and litter plus safety and privacy concerns, and more.
The random sample was selected from public records of Arcata registered voters who listed telephone numbers, including those with cell phone numbers. The poll was conducted between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Oct. 18-21. There was a refusal rate of 29.8 percent, a lower refusal rate than typically found in previous telephone surveys in Arcata, said Larson.