El Paso County SheriffThirteen pounds of processed marijuana and more than 500 marijuana plants were seized Friday when authorities served a search warrant at a suspected illegal grow in El Paso County.El Paso County SheriffThirteen pounds of processed marijuana and more than 500 marijuana plants were seized Friday when authorities served a search warrant at a suspected illegal grow in El Paso County.El Paso County SheriffThirteen pounds of processed marijuana and more than 500 marijuana plants were seized Friday when authorities served a search warrant at a suspected illegal grow in El Paso County.Show Caption of Expand Thirteen pounds of processed marijuana and more than 500 marijuana plants were seized Friday when authorities served a search warrant at a suspected illegal grow in El Paso County. Investigators executed the search warrant in the 16,000 block of Jones Road, according to the sheriff’s office. The plants seized were in various stages of growth, and investigators … [Read more...] about Investigators seize 500 plants in suspected illegal pot grow in El Paso County
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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Northern California on Wednesday filed a complaint against the Sacramento County Sheriff for blocking Black Lives Matter (BLM) leaders from his Facebook page. Tanya Faison and Sonia Lewis brought this complaint against Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, alleging violations of their freedom of speech rights under the First Amendment and the California Constitution. Jones posted to his public page looking for support after locking the Inspector General out of the police department’s facilities. Faison and Lewis were targeted in the discussion following it. The activists both had their comments deleted before being banned from the page. The ACLU argues that the Facebook page is analogous to a public forum. The publicly accessible page hosts direct communications between constituents and public officials. All are able to read the posts and consider the viewpoints presented, but only those with unblocked accounts are able to comment. … [Read more...] about ACLU sues Sacramento County Sheriff for blocking activists from official Facebook page
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Alex Horton, The Washington Post Published 10:27 am PST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 If a mad scientist wanted to create an archetype of a thick mustachioed, cocksure conservative Midwestern lawman in a laboratory, the result would probably look like Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones. Jones has taunted undocumented immigrants with billboard warnings that pointed toward his Ohio jail. And after thousands of letters poured in pleading Jones not to vote for Donald Trump in the electoral college, he turned them into kindling in videos posted to social media. "You see I got a lot of letters to burn," Jones said in one video as he smoked a cigar. "I'm going to be burning letters all night." Now, Jones wants to be a uniter in the feverishly partisan social climate he has arguably intensified with his own actions. "I'm just a lil' ol' sheriff in Ohio," he told The Washington Post by phone Wednesday. "But I'm outspoken." In a letter delivered to Barack Obama and George W. Bush … [Read more...] about A tough-talking, pro-Trump sheriff implores Obama and Bush: ‘America needs your help’