Troopers Seize 20lbs of Marijuana

By: Press Release
By: Press Release

Houston County — During a routine driver license check Saturday at Judge Logue and Cumbie roads in Houston County, Alabama state troopers made contact with a man who had in his possession 20 one-pound bags of marijuana.

Troopers discovered the marijuana in a blue bag in the backseat of the 2001 GMC Yukon driven by Ramon Demetrius Brown, 41, of Dothan. Brown’s vehicle was seized, and he was arrested for trafficking in marijuana. He was transported to the Houston County Jail with bond set at $500,000.

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  • by Drunk Tom Location: somewhere on Mar 4, 2011 at 08:13 AM
    Well,well,well, I can now understand the depression era.This must be around the time they stopped growing pot and it became illegeal.I wonder why a lot of people wasn't obese back then since pot makes you want to snack.But thinking back to what my dad use to say { folks was hongry back then, you was lucky if you even saw a rabbit, you could kill.}And we just thought that it was the stock market that had caused all that.But after reading what "Knowa" had to say, I'm rethinking the whole thing.The very word --depression--has took on a new meaning.If pot became illegal back then,well every body was having withdrawl symptoms!
  • by knowa Location: florida on Mar 2, 2011 at 06:39 AM
    This is definitely not ones personal stash however its only a drop in a vast ocean of supply. All the cops and all the jails will never stop it. People need to re-educate them selves, soon we will be paying $4-$5 for a gallon of gas. What if you could grow it with out the need of chemicals or fertilizers a replacement fuel that actually is a weed that was proven safe as our great grand parents burned it in their oil lamp cook with it in there stoves and Henry Ford used it to make plastics for his car and it ran on this fuel. Yes this plant it cannabis and you cant get high on it the State of North Dakota has issued permits since 1997 to grow it But the DEA blocks it. Alabama could replace Saudi Arabia with no oil spills in the gulf no damage to our water supply just $300,000,000.00 worth of job in this country no need for troops all over the world. 72 years of prohibition 2 trillion dollar wasted 59 million arrest loss of our Constitutional Rights all to teach parents how to parent.
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