Anyone interested in applying as a CVPP member can call (707) 822-2428 to request an application and/or obtain additional information about the program.
It is disappointing that the powers that be including the Arcata City Council, the Board of Supervisors, the Humboldt County judges and the District Attorney allow this unconstitutional conduct without a peep.
“I think it has to do with the [cannabis] dispensaries,” Luzzi said. “I have frustrations, because I don’t think they all are reporting properly.”
APD Officers and DTF Agents working in “plain clothes” walked the Downtown Arcata area and allegedly purchased drugs from a number of subjects.
Nearly 1500 marijuana plants and more than 15 pounds of processed marijuana along with an array of cultivation equipment and nearly $3,000 in cash was seized.
Police Chief Tom Chapman said, “The recent tsunami event underscores the need for rapid timely communication to members of our community. Nixle will help dramatically improve the distribution of critical information.”
On March 13th 2011, the Arcata Police Department received a report of a deceased subject in Janes Creek near the 1700 Blk of 11th St.
All citizens should research and be prepared for tsunami and other natural disaster events. Disaster preparedness information can be obtained at www.redcross.org or at www.arcatapd.org.
On Wednesday, Feb. 16, officers from the Arcata Police Department’s Special Services Unit, assisted by the Humboldt County Drug Task Force, served two search warrants in residential neighborhoods in Arcata. Both search warrants were served on residences where illegal marijuana cultivation operations were suspected to be taking place.
Today at approximately 2:30 p.m., the Arcata Police Department was notified that missing person James Hagerty had been located.