Detectives have learned that the three victims had been hired by the Wilde to assist in marijuana cultivation. Wednesday evening, a dispute developed between Wilde and the three men. The preliminary investigation revealed that Wilde was in possession of a firearm and opened fire, killing one and wounding another; the third man was uninjured. The two surviving men fled and were separated. Early reports indicate that Wilde continued to search for the two survivors throughout the night.
The next organic produce exchange will be held on Sunday, Aug. 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1158 Spear Ave. Participants are asked to bring surplus from backyard gardens, fruit trees. Organizers ask that all food brought be pesticide free.
At about 2 p.m. deputies found the body of a deceased adult male near a marijuana grow site. The preliminary cause of death appears to be a gunshot wound.
At 1776 Beverly Drive, a number of processed suspected opium poppies, a small quantity of heroin, a small quantity of cocaine, DMT (Dimethyltryptamine, a hallucinogenic drug), less than a pound of processed marijuana, two firearms and approximately $4,000 in cash was seized. The residence was unoccupied at the time of the search warrant service and no arrests were made. Declarations in support of arrest warrants will be forwarded to the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office for two of the residents.
Humboldt Roller Derby came out determined to win, putting together possibly their best effort yet. As Kerry “McNasty” McNally said, “we dragged them to the deep end of the pool, and then we held them underwater!”
APD Lt. Ryan Peterson said officers stood by as a citizen arrested Edmundson for allegedly disturbing the peace and “using words likely to produce a violent reaction.”
The concept of selling water was floated a few years ago, when a company proposed barging it to southern and central California in what was described as giant “water bags.” The idea was roundly opposed and the proposal sank like a rock.
Today, a group of scientists, with the help of technology, has crafted a way to read those scrolls without destroying them. With the information gathered, the Save the Redwoods League (which is funding the team) hopes to create strategies to protect these living towers from the impact of climate change.
Assembled to decode the silent redwoods is a unique team composed of top scientists partnering their expertise from HSU and UC Berkeley.
Arcata cheese maker Cypress Grove Chevre has been acquired by Emmi, a $2.6 billion Swiss company 51 percent owned by a cooperative of farmers and dairy operators.