Nice Drug photos

A few nice drug images I found:

Day 263 – West Midlands Police – Thermal Imaging Camera
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Image by West Midlands Police
This photo shows an aerial thermal image taken by the Force Helicopter that highlights a Cannabis Factory.

The thermal imaging cameras pick up heat sources and on this occasion show a cannabis setup that was found in the loft of the address.

This image has been uploaded after cannabis worth ten thousand pounds was seized during an unrelated warrant in Solihull following information from the local community.

Solihull Police, with support from the Air Operations Unit, executed the warrant at a house in Marston Green yesterday (Tuesday 18 September) after being contacted by concerned members of the public.

The force helicopter flew over the property and identified a large heat source, a tell tale sign of the high power ultra violet lamps used to grow cannabis.

Twenty large plants were found growing in the rear bedroom along with hydroponic equipment.

Commenting on the seizure of the drugs, PC Daniel Bluck, said: “Regardless of our role, officers across the force are determined to tackle the issues that matter to our communities and make them feel safer.

“The chain that could have linked these drugs to other crime in the area, as they were sold and used locally, has now been broken.

“On this occasion, colleagues from our Air Operations Unit joined us to act on information about drugs being grown. On other occasions colleagues from the Dog Unit have helped us search properties and Traffic Officers have stopped cars linked to drugs and criminality.

“Often, the action we take follows an initial call from a member of the public who provides vital information on those in their community linked to criminal activity. We will always act on the information provided to us so please let us know if crime is affecting you or your family.”

A 40 year old man was arrested and is currently on police bail as the investigation continues.

Those with information on drug crime in their community should contact police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The Three Stooges Field Goal … Columbus, New Mexico .. Police Department Dissolves (July 2011) — Money Speaks Loud In All Languages …
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Image by marsmet461
The town has been upended since federal authorities arrested Police Chief Angelo Vega, Mayor Eddie Espinoza, Village Trustee Blas Gutierrez and nine other residents for conspiring to smuggle hundreds of guns to drug cartels over the border in March.

All of the accused have pleaded not guilty, and their trial is expected in October, according to the Las Cruces Sun News. (You can read the indictment here.)
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…..item 1)…. Yahoo! News … THE LOOKOUT … New Mexico town dissolves police dept after gun smuggling scandal

By Liz Goodwin | The Lookout – 18 hrs ago……Wednesday July 13, 2011

news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/mexico-town-dissolves-police…

The scandal-plagued, tiny New Mexico border town of Columbus is dissolving its police department and asking the county sheriff to protect its citizens.

An employee at Columbus City Hall confirmed to The Lookout that the police force has been dissolved. The Luna County Sheriff’s Office will now take over patrolling the town.

The town has been upended since federal authorities arrested Police Chief Angelo Vega, Mayor Eddie Espinoza, Village Trustee Blas Gutierrez and nine other residents for conspiring to smuggle hundreds of guns to drug cartels over the border in March. All of the accused have pleaded not guilty, and their trial is expected in October, according to the Las Cruces Sun News. (You can read the indictment here.)

The Associated Press presciently reported in May of 2009 that a law enforcement "vacuum" had made the town attractive to drug smugglers who moved over the border to settle down in Columbus. The "four-man police force in Columbus has turned over seven times in three years because of scandal or apathy," the AP reported, adding that more residents of the formerly modest town were driving flashy cars and buying fancy homes. Vega, who had then just nabbed the police chief job, told the AP that no illegal activity would be tolerated. "This is a new day for Columbus," he said.

In another strange twist, the Las Cruces paper reported that the New Mexico U.S. Attorney’s Office has been relieved of its duties in prosecuting the trial late last month. Now, federal attorneys in El Paso, Texas will take over the case. Neither office would tell the paper what was behind the switch, and The Lookout has not yet received a reply to its a request for comment from us to the New Mexico U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Gutierrez, the village trustee, only resigned his post on July 8, months after his arrest; he maintains that the arrest was politically motivated. Gutierrez’s wife, Gabriela, has also been charged in the smuggling case, and a federal agent said when law enforcement officers made the arrest at their home she was "attempting to hide bulk cash on her person and within her children’s shoes."

A new mayor, formerly the town clerk, was just elected in late June. The three remaining town trustees voted to dissolve the police department on July 7.

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img code photo….Former Columbus Police Chief Angelo Vega (AP)

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A musical overdose
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Image by BurgTender
View On Black

Day 006:

Music is my drug, running trough my veins. I need more, more! Please don’t stop, I feel i’m getting high.

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