Vallejo police return weed to two pot shops raided last year
As Solano County law enforcement brainstorms new ways to investigate marijuana dispensaries, Vallejo police this week returned nearly 60 pounds of weed and hundreds of dead plants to two dispensaries raided last year.
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#1 Apr 26, 2013
When the city finally gets around to regulating this business and limits the number of shops, should those who have already started here without caring about whether they were permitted by zoning laws be eligible for consideration to be one of the permitted shops?
#2 Apr 26, 2013
Federal law is the supreme law of the land. Possession, cultivation, sales and use of marijuana is illegal according to federal law which always trumps state or municipal laws.
The Vallejo PD needs to be investigated by the DEA.
#3 Apr 26, 2013
@ copycat attorney aka spammy nice try bone breath you know nothing about law except your extensive criminal conviction history if you werent such a dummy you wouldent have been busted so many times
whats it been 15 --20 times for adult convictions
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