Front Door Stolen; 2 Marijuana Arrests: HdG Police Blotter

The Havre de Grace Police Department provided the following information.

The front door of a home under construction in the 500 block of Peace Chance Drive was reported stolen.

Construction workers had left the tan door—which was to be the front door to the house—inside the garage. It was last seen on Saturday.

At approximately 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, construction workers discovered it was gone. The estimated loss was $590.

Thefts: Officers are investigating a case of fraud involving a bank card. The card in question was used at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Royal Farms on Revolution Street.

A report was filed in the 800 block of Giles Street on Monday regarding mail theft, which had allegedly been going on for more than four years.

Theft was reported in the 100 block of Hunter Court at 3:03 p.m. on March 20.

Cash in the amount of $120 was stolen from a wallet in the 300 block of South Adams Street at 12:25 p.m. on March 20.

Late reported—A necklace was stolen from the 700 block of Revolution Street on March 16.

Drugs: Drug activity was reported in the 100 block of Deaver Street at 12:47 p.m. on Tuesday.

A 25-year-old from the 500 block of North Adams Street was charged with possession of marijuana on March 20. Around 10:25 p.m., police had been contacted for a disturbance in the 500 block of North Union Avenue and found the individual, with a plastic bag containing marijuana, on Freedom Lane at Warren Street.

A 22-year-old Bel Air man, of the 200 block of Temple Drive, was charged with possession of marijuana at 10:52 p.m. on March 20. An officer stopped to check what looked like an unoccupied vehicle with the engine running in the 1000 block of Pulaski Highway and found the man inside with the seat fully reclined. When the man got out of the vehicle, the officer said it smelled like marijuana and the man directed the officer to the center console, which contained a plastic bag with marijuana inside.

Vandalism: Vandalism was reported in the 1100 block of Revolution Street at 2:58 p.m. on Monday.
Shepherd Yerusalem March 28, 2014 at 10:58 AM
Actually Marijuana is mentioned in the bible by name: 1980, etymologists at Hebrew University in Jerusalem confirmed that cannabis is mentioned in the Bible by name, Kineboisin (Also spelled Kannabosm), in a list of measured ingredients for "an oil of holy ointment, an ointment compounded after the art of apothecary to be smeared on the head. The word was mistranslated in King James version as `calamus' – Exodus 30:23 (Latimer 1988). The above means it was in the oil they used to rub on their skin, it was in the bread they ate called the Lord's Supper, and it was in the incense that was burned in the temples. Marijuana is the Tree-Of-Life talked about in the bible, indeed it was a real tree that grew from the ground: Gen 2:9 And out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree, the tree of life was also growing in the garden... The above reveals that the Tree-Of-Life is indeed a real tree that grows in the ground. Rev 22:2 In the middle of its street, and on either side of the ocean, was the tree of life. The foliage of the tree are for the healing of the nations. We are living in a day when the Tree-Of-Life (what the world calls marijuana) is healing everything it comes in contact with. The ONLY thing dangerous about marijuana are the cops who shoot people for having it: Number of American deaths per year that result directly or primarily from the following selected causes nationwide, according to World Almanacs, Life Insurance Actuarial (death) Rates, and the last 20 years of U.S. Surgeon Generals' reports. TOBACCO - 340,000 to 450,000 ALCOHOL (Not including 50% of all highway deaths and 65% of all murders) - 150,000+ ASPIRIN (Including deliberate overdose) - 180 to 1,000+ CAFFEINE (From stress, ulcers, and triggering irregular heartbeats, etc.) - 1,000 to 10,000 "LEGAL" DRUG OVERDOSE (Deliberate or accidental) from legal, prescribed or patent medicines and/or mixing with alcohol - e.g. Valium/alcohol - 14,000 to 27,000 ILLICIT DRUG OVERDOSE - (Deliberate or accidental) from all illegal drugs - 3,800 to 5,200 MARIJUANA - 0 (**Marijuana users also have the same or LOWER incidence of murders and highway deaths and accidents than the general NON-marijuana using population as a whole.** Cancer Study, UCLA; U.S. Funded ($6 million), First & Second Jamaican Studies, 1968 to 1974; Costa Rican Studies, 1980 to 1982; et al. LOWEST TOXICITY 100% of the studies done at dozens of American universities and research facilities show pot toxicity does not exist. Medical history does not record anyone dying from an overdose of marijuana (UCLA, Harvard, Temple, etc.) Accordingly a 1993 study done by the U.S. Department of Transportation came to the same conclusion as the above concerning marijuana and driving safety: “Marijuana, administered in a dose of 100 µg THC per kg of whole body weight...did not significantly change mean driving performance as measured...” - U.S Department of Transportation: Marijuana and Actual Driving Performance DOT HS 808 078 The fact is people who use marijuana reflexes are not affected in a negative way and they become more conscious of safety, sometimes refusing to even drive. Marijuana is a plant with a safety record second to none. Anyone who would like to dispute these FACTS, point to a credible death that involves marijuana and nothing but marijuana, or hold your tongue.
Brynn March 28, 2014 at 04:10 PM
Dude go smoke another blunt. And all this time I’ve said most religious scripture was based on an ACID TRIP. Seriously, and I have a Catholic education. It was the weed! The weed! They saw the light and heard the voice of the Lord… While the Mayo Clinic apparently considers it an unregulated herbal supplement, marijuana, whether ingested or smoked, is classified by the FDA and DEA as a Schedule I (illegal) Controlled (dangerous) Substance. There is no acceptable safe and effective consumption level. Smoking has its added respiratory risks, but ingestion has actually been linked to heart arrhythmias and dangerous over-sedation/coma (and low oxygen does kill brain cells). There are major differences between monitoring for alcohol and for marijuana. Alcohol is metabolized and cleared from the system relatively consistently. It is volatile (easy to evaporate), therefore the breathalyzer is a fast and easy test. Marijuana is quickly processed, but the active metabolite is lipophilic (fat soluble), so it can be stored in body fat. A long-term user will test positive in urine for months after stopping use altogether. Someone with high body fat will store more drug. This retention creates a constant level of impairment that combined with other sedatives (allergy/cold otc antihistamines, anxiety meds such as benzodiazepines, seizure meds, some mood stabilizers, pain relievers, alcohol, heroin, etc.) may be hazardous. The rapid saliva test is not very sensitive for cannabinoids and THC derivatives. Most charges are filed for possession, not for a positive test, so it may not even be used as standard for street screening. Deaths attributed to use are typically associated accidents. People are complaining that the criminal aspect is clogging the court system and costing money, but expanding use will do the same with added injury, and it will be a law enforcement nightmare.


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