A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Justice Going to Pot
Our Minnesotan boys in blue have been caught green-handed pulling some peculiar police work. Fox 9 news out of the Twin Cities had the story last night and the video below is definitely worth a look.
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There's been an increase in drug-related crime in Devils Lake last year, according to a criminal activity report from by the Devils Lake police department. The chief of police says drug use has increased in the area over the last decade.
The world's first state-licensed marijuana retailers legally permitted to sell pot for recreational use to the general public opened for business in Colorado on Wednesday with long lines of customers, marking a new chapter in America's drug culture.
The Polk County Sheriff's department says meth is becoming a bigger problem in the area. Deputy James Tadman with the Polk County Sheriff says more people are being arrested for meth possession throughout Polk County.
They're pointing out that Minnesota already has one of the country's lowest incarceration rates because it's been practicing what U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has been proposing for some 30 years.
It's a drug ring with 30 people that spanned three states and it's leader, an East Grand Forks man, will now spend 10 years behind bars. Noah Bergland was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Monday for leading a drug ring that encompassed much of the red river valley.
At about 2:30 Friday morning the Grand Forks Police Department, Narcotic Task Force and US Border patrol were called to the Grand Forks Am-Trak train depot in response to a Border Patrol tip that an individual was carrying a large amount of marijuana on board the train.
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