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South Fulton police say the warehouse was uncovered while authorities were executing three search warrants connected to a street racing investigation. Police describe the building as a “drug superstore” where an assortment of drugs and other illegal substances were found.

A spokesperson for South Fulton, Gary Leftwich, told the media that authorities worked through the night to process evidence. 1,000 pounds of marijuana and edibles were recovered along with 13 guns. One of the weapons was reported stolen out of Dallas, Georgia. Leftwich also added that the total investigation had been underway for three months. Police believe that this is one of several locations that have been in operation for close to three years.


$1.1 million in drugs found in man's home in North Carolina. Lots of cash found too.

How many joints are 1,000 pounds?
40 joints/oz, 16 oz/lb (640 joints)
640 x 1000 = 640,000 joints.
More unregulated firearms bad, but yeah whatevs.
Over $200,000 in cash found in car during traffic stop in Texas.

> Suspected drugs worth an estimated £12m have been seized following operations involving police in Northern Ireland and Belgium, the National Crime Agency and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.
Two seizures were made in NI and Belgium, in separate investigations.

> Border canine sniffs out 5 pounds of fentanyl stuffed in burritos.

>An Israeli national pleaded guilty today for his role in operating DeepDotWeb (DDW), a website that connected internet users with Darknet marketplaces, where they purchased illegal firearms, malware and hacking tools, stolen financial data, heroin and fentanyl, and other contraband.
>Police have smashed an international drugs gang which sold ecstasy, amphetamines and pills on the dark web to customers around the world.
>Their operation was rumbled when packages were destined for Europe, Asia and the US were seized by Border Force officials last summer, sparking a probe by the National Crime Agency (NCA).
>Officers seized 90 kilos of MDMA, 134 kilos of amphetamine and more than 6000 Diazepam tablets, also known as alprazolam, over the course of their investigation.
>Two men have been arrested after a series of dramatic raids and police are hunting another two criminals still on the loose. Officers have urged the duo to hand themselves in.
>Hong Kong police have announced a record-breaking 700kg cocaine seizure with officers suspecting the huge shipment was smuggled into the city on speedboats.
>The bust is the largest in the territory in nearly a decade and netted some HK$930m-worth ($119.6m) of cocaine.
>Police said the bust was made on Friday when officers intercepted a man with a trolley in the Fo Tan industrial district and found 150 bricks of cocaine in cardboard boxes.
>Another 492 bricks were later found in an industrial building and an apartment in the same district, leading to the arrest of two men aged 19 and 25.
>A hundred suspect members of a gang that allegedly ferried hashish and marijuana from Morocco to Spain in high-powered speedboats have been arrested.
>The gang is believed to have filled the boats with the drugs and headed across the Mediterranean and up the River Guadalquivir near Seville in southern Spain.
>During a series of raids, police seized more than five tonnes of hashish and 230kg of marijuana.
>Officers also seized a simulated rifle, a Taser gun and five vehicles including two trucks.
>The 100 suspects who were arrested would face court at a date to be arranged, police said.
>A cache of drugs, guns, jewels and cash was discovered inside an unassuming safety deposit business tucked in a Beverly Hills strip mall, according to a federal indictment unsealed this week.
>The FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration raided U.S. Private Vaults, Inc. — a storefront situated between a nail salon and a spa — on March 22 and discovered an undisclosed number of weapons, fentanyl, OxyContin and “huge stacks of $100 bills” with the help of drug dogs.
>In one deposit box, agents found $1 million in cash, according to the March 9 indictment made public on Friday, as a federal grand jury charged U.S. Private Vaults with three counts of conspiracy.
>Private Vaults shared its space with a jeweler called Gold Business, officials said.
Prosecutors allege the businesses marketed their services to criminals and helped customers launder money by converting cash to gold, among other means, in addition to helping clients distribute drugs.
>A North Carolina woman was busted on drug trafficking charges after a child showed up to school with a large quantity of cocaine last week.
>Over 260 grams of the drug were found inside the child’s book bag last Tuesday by a school resource officer at Trent Park Elementary School.
>The discovery led to the arrest of 27-year-old Sharae Becton.
>She is charged with trafficking cocaine, possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, and child abuse.
>Police did not reveal Becton’s relationship to the child.
>A photo posted to the Craven County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page shows cocaine wrapped inside a vacuum-sealed plastic bag, along with a baby blue Jansport backpack.
>Adults in Virginia will be able to legally possess and cultivate small amounts of marijuana starting in July after the General Assembly on Wednesday accepted Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed changes to a legalization bill.
>With Wednesday’s vote, Virginia becomes the first Southern state to legalize marijuana.
>The final version of the legislation would allow adults 21 and up to legally possess up to one ounce (28.3 grams) of cannabis without the intent to distribute beginning July 1. It would also allow the home cultivation of up to four plants per household beginning July 1. Public use of the drug will be prohibited.
>Northam sent the bill back to lawmakers substantially changed from the version they sent him in February. The amendments lawmakers agreed to Wednesday would accelerate the timeline of legalization by about three years.
>It will be years before legal retail sales follow legalized possession. The bill lays out the complex process of creating a new state agency to oversee the marijuana marketplace, with sales beginning and regulations going into effect on Jan. 1, 2024.
>Many parts of the bill dealing with the regulatory framework will have to be reapproved by lawmakers next year. The possession and cultivation pieces will not.
>A grandmother has been jailed after her secret double life cooking drugs in her kitchen then smuggling them into prison soaked into pen pal letters was exposed.
>Cleaning manager Gail Cotton, 55, brewed zombie drug Spice in her house before impregnating it into sheets of paper as gangland 'Mrs Big'.
>The drug-drenched documents were then mocked up as pen pal notes to avoid suspicion from authorities at jails in Liverpool and Scotland.
>Cotton was arrested after an actual paper trail led to her door in Oldham, Greater Manchester, and raiding police uncovered an Aladdin's cave of narcotics.
Minshull Street Crown Court was told yesterday detectives found cannabis, cocaine, MDMA and drug distribution equipment hidden around her kitchen and a utility room. Recipes for making Spice were dotted around the £148,000 property.
>Between August and November last year, she imported ingredients for the drugs from China into the UK via a contact based in Australia known as “Aussie Joe”’ before setting up her kitchen as a base for her illicit production line.
>The drugs seized from her home would have made up to £80,000 if sold by inmates on the prison wings due to upscaled demand for the drug.
>Cotton admitted drug smuggling and producing Spice and was jailed for three years.
>A Pakistani smuggler was shot dead and 22 kg of heroin besides two AK-47 rifles were recovered across the barbed wire fence near the Kakkar border outpost on the India-Pakistan border in Ajnala sub division of Amritsar district early on Wednesday.
>In a joint operation, the Border Security Force (BSF) and the Amritsar district rural police recovered four magazines of the AK series, a mobile phone and a plastic pipe being used by smugglers to push in the contraband through the fence.
>The police identified two Indian nationals involved in getting the consignment smuggled through their Pakistani counterparts. They are Jagdish Bhura and Jaspal Singh of Gatti Rajoke village in Gurdaspur district.
>Police said Bhura is living in Belgium at present and has been involved in terror activities in India. The two have been in contact with Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
>Two men allegedly tried to import 63kg of ice into Australia concealed inside the wooden pallets of a freight shipment from Malaysia labelled as 'mop buckets'.
>Images of the bizarre smuggling method show packets of the methamphetamine, which has a street value of $18.9million, pressed into thin strips and concealed inside 18 hollowed-out pallet boards.
>A 27-year-old man was arrested as the alleged recipient of the delivery.
>A 36-year-old man was also arrested in connection with the shipment after a search warrant was conducted at a Bexley residence.
>They were both charged with attempting to possess a commercial quantity of unlawfully imported border controlled drugs, contrary to section 307.5 of the Criminal Code Act 1995 - which carries penalties up to life imprisonment.
>The two men fronted Central Local Court in Sydney on Friday and were refused bail.
>A 37-year-old woman has been charged after police seized £500,000 worth of drugs in a raid on a property in South Lanarkshire.
>About one million Etizolam tablets were found at the property in Valley Court, Hamilton, last Tuesday morning.
>Police said the raid was "an intelligence-led operation".
>A Florida mom was busted this week for child endangerment after cops found drugs where her 3-year-old could reach them — including a “bump” of suspected cocaine atop a copy of the Dr. Seuss children’s classic, “The Cat in the Hat.”
>Casey Quoka, 24, must have had lots of good fun that was funny on Wednesday — maybe too much, The Smoking Gun reported.
>An arrest report filed in Pinellas County, Fla. alleged that marijuana was found on Quoka’s bed in her Largo home, while the cocaine-covered tome — with a snorting straw to go with it — and pills thought to be MDMA, aka ecstasy, were stashed on her nightstand.
>Her young son “had access to … the bedroom,” and all of the drugs were within the child’s reach, according to the criminal complaint.
>Quoka was booked on two counts of child neglect and released from jail on $4,000 bond.

Should be enough for a day or 2...
I don't smoke but just legalize it and "crime" related to this will drop to near extinction
>this is the future leftists want
Nah, the Chinese have the right idea if you are pragmatist
Stigmatize drug use in society, prioritize education and results, rehab drug users, and execute drug sellers

But yeah, if you're libertarian then just legalize It
>just legalize murder and "crime" related to this will drop to near extinction
t. Cartel Kingpin watching his funds go down as the USA continues to legalize weed.

You could always try to wage war like you do in Mexico friend, but let's face it, you're not phantom commies in Asia or Middle Eastern terrorists the US privately wants to not destroy to keep the region destabilized. Cartels are tolerated by the US because the war on drugs is just to make money. You do't want to give them cause to Free the shit out of you.
Are you suggesting we re-criminalize alcohol then?
>A police officer was arrested on marijuana charges in the Bronx Monday, cops said.
>Catherine Soto, 31, was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal sale of marijuana, official misconduct, criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.
>Soto, who was busted near her home, was arrested on a Kings County warrant.
Police sources said she worked in the Special Victims’ Division.
Left and right conspiring to steal away the citizen's freedom once again
China has more addicts than anywhere else in the world and the only people stupid enough to defend their policies are those who have ulterior motives to lie about the truth.
>The streets are safer in La Vina after deputies busted a drug ring that Madera County Sheriff Tyson Pogue says plagued the community with crime.
>At the center of it all is 47-year-old Juan Jimenez.
>Officials say family and gang members helped Jimenez smuggle drugs from Mexico and distribute them throughout California.
>"They actually were burying large quantities of drugs, which made it extremely difficult to conduct this investigation," Pogue said. "They went to great lengths to make sure that they were not discovered."
>Operation Crystal Vine was launched in July of 2020 by the Madera County Narcotic Enforcement Team.
>After a nine-month investigation, on April 5, 12 search warrants led to 38 arrests, including Jimenez's wife and son.
>Officials say over $400,000 in drugs were seized; 3400 fentanyl pills, 18 pounds of methamphetamine, two dozen pounds of marijuana and more than 3 pounds of heroin.
"This is the largest gang and narcotics operation of its kind led by our office in more than a decade," Pogue said.
>Felony charges for those involved include conspiracy, distribution, firearm, and assault.
>Gang members who were arrested as a result of the operation will face additional gang enhancement charges.
>Bail amounts for the suspects range from $100,000 to $5 million.
are BLM and ANTIFA big customers?
>A nurse appears to have foiled a drug smuggling plot inside a hospital.
>The ‘eagle-eyed’ NHS worker made the shocking discovery after becoming suspicious of a pack of Wotsits.
>Instead of tasty baked goods, the 59p crisp packet was stuffed full of Class A drugs.
>Photos show the ‘really cheesy’ crisps beside the suspected wraps of drugs, along with several syringes, needles, and sachets of ascorbic acid.
>Police said they were called to the hospital and destroyed the stash of drugs.
>It’s not yet known who attempted to smuggle the drugs into the hospital, and officers have reported no arrests.
think of all the tax money the state missed out on by not legalizing. america is truly run by retards.
>Just over one-third of US states have now officially legalised recreational marijuana following the passing of new legislation in New Mexico.
>On Monday, the state’s governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law a historic adult-use cannabis legalisation bill, allowing people age 21 and over to buy and possess up to two ounces.
>Under the new law in Mexico, the launch of commercial sales for adults will begin no later than 1 April 1, 2022, a press release said.
>Home marijuana growers will be allowed to grow up to six plants per person, or 12 per household. The scent of marijuana will no longer be grounds for police seizures.
>With the passing of New Mexico’s law, 17 states and Washington, DC, have now legalised the drug for recreational purposes, amounting to just over a third of states across the US.
>An alleged female drug mule was caught at a New York airport with her body "full" of cocaine pellets, US border officials said.
>Cocaine weighing more than 1.3 kilograms was found on and in Yerlina Lantigua Hernandez DeNova, 35, divided into about 100 pellets, US Customs and Border Protection officials said.
>Three pellets were allegedly found inside Ms DeNova's purse shortly after she arrived at Kennedy Airport in New York City from the Dominican Republic.
>Border officers took Ms Denova to a private search room and allegedly found more pellets packed inside her pink bra.
>Under questioning from border officers, Ms Denova admitted she had inserted pellets of cocaine into her body vaginally and anally, officials said.
>Ms DeNova was "full of pellets," Customs and Border Protection said in a statement. Officials said drug tests showed the white powder in the pellets was cocaine.
>The 1.3kgs had a street value of $122,000, according to border officials. Ms Denova was arrested and now faces federal narcotics smuggling charges.

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