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Subject Says He Loves Marijuana

Cozmo

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Officers responded to a residence in the 1000 block of Xenia Avenue on a drug complaint. The resident was on the porch.

The subject walked down as officers approached. There was a faint odor of marijuana. The subject admitted to having smoked some that day. The smell became stronger as the officers stood at the fence. He went in to get ID. The odor was much stronger in the living room. There were heavy extensions cords running from the kitchen up the stairs.

The subject became increasingly nervous. An officer advised him to relax, noting it takes a lot of weed for a felony. The subject said, "It's a lot."

He said his gas had been shut off several months and the cords were for heaters upstairs. The subject gave officers permission to search upstairs, stating "It doesn't matter. You're going to find it anyways."

Approximately 102 marijuana plants were found in a bedroom. An elaborate lighting system hung from the ceiling and there was an irrigation system. The walls and windows were covered with aluminum foil. Additional plants were in the closet. A shotgun was recovered.

The subject was cited for possession of drugs and paraphernalia and cultivation of marijuana. He noted he really loves pot and when he gets out of prison he'll continue to smoke it.

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Source: Dayton Daily News
Author: Staff reports
Copyright: 2007 Cox Ohio Publishing, Dayton, Ohio, USA
Website: Dayton Daily News
 

Keith Lake

420 Emeritus
420 Staff
The subject walked down as officers approached. There was a faint odor of marijuana. The subject admitted to having smoked some that day. The smell became stronger as the officers stood at the fence. He went in to get ID. The odor was much stronger in the living room. There were heavy extensions cords running from the kitchen up the stairs.

The subject became increasingly nervous. An officer advised him to relax, noting it takes a lot of weed for a felony. The subject said, "It's a lot."

He said his gas had been shut off several months and the cords were for heaters upstairs. The subject gave officers permission to search upstairs, stating "It doesn't matter. You're going to find it anyways."

Approximately 102 marijuana plants were found in a bedroom. An elaborate lighting system hung from the ceiling and there was an irrigation system. The walls and windows were covered with aluminum foil. Additional plants were in the closet. A shotgun was recovered.

Come on team, let's get some chops on how to handle ourselves.

We've got to stop making all these mistakes

1) How did the cops get in the house? What happened to "no you can't come in!!!
2) Quit blurting out admissions such as "it's a lot" - you have the right to remain silent
3) Don't let them search, "you're going to find it anyway", is a retarded opinion. Make em work for it, resist for all you're worth (respectfully of course). You're giving up your rights and will make your lawyers job significantly harder down the road.

Yeah, and by the way. Don't spend all your money on lights, remember the coco filter next time.

An ounce of prevention leads to a pound of cured weed (bada-bing)
 
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