Kevin L. Hoover Eye Editor ARCATA – The four-dimensional hall of mirrors that comprises U.S. cannabis law has gained some fresh, Arcata-style mutations. Steven Gasparas’ Sai Center dispensary is in its second month of operation without a use permit at Ninth and I streets in defiance of the City. Most recently, the self-described “pirate” of…
“From what I saw up there, some of the finest trails in Arcata will be in the Beith Creek area, for quality of experience,” said Environmental Services Director Mark Andre.
Police Chief Tom Chapman said an autopsy was performed Sunday, but results were not immediately available.
“We want the whole broken system fixed, for every American that has an interest in their future” said marcher Carlos Huerth. “There’s no one issue.”
“Perhaps you can violate my rights more than you already have,” Gasparas said. “If you continue with it, you’re on notice.”
MCKINLEYVILLE – On Saturday Aug. 27, an armed robbery occurred at the Alliance 76 Gas Station in Arcata. Over the course of the investigation, Raymond Jonathan Eacret of McKinleyville was identified as the suspect in the robbery. An arrest warrant was issued for Eacret, who is currently on parole. Several unsuccessful attempts were made to take Eacret…
For months, all manner of signs and banners from throughout Arcata – particularly Northtown – as well as the Humboldt State campus, have been disappearing from their installed locations and, as it turns out, migrating toward a house on lower California Avenue.
Legal action could include Gasparas as well as property owners Ken Cook, Dennis McDonald and Patricia McDonald.
“I’m all jibbered up about it,” Hoover said. “Who wouldn’t be, except for 99.9 percent of the rest of the public?”
Through a lengthy investigation by APD, three juvenile suspects were identified. Two of the suspects, a 12-year-old from Arcata and a 13-year-old from Pittsburg, Calif., have been arrested. The third juvenile suspect, a 14-year-old from Fortuna, is still at large.