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Posted by: thepinetree on 02/27/2018 07:01 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 02/27/2018 07:01 PM
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Calaveras County Sheriff's Logs Through February 26th

San Andreas, CA...The latest activity logs for the Calaveras County Sheriff's Deputies are below

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Daily_Log_02-19-2018


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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! LYING, CHEATING, CROOKED HILLARY!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


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      Posted on: 2018-02-28 06:09:10   By: Anonymous
       
      Mama's boy, or "man"actually ... still living with mommy, no job, education, or life. On welfare with nothing to show for his existence except for his constant rant on pinetree.

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          Posted on: 2018-02-28 11:49:59   By: Anonymous
           
          In 2005 just 51 per cent of cannabis sold on the street was sinsemilla, also known as skunk.

          Dr Marta Di Forti, Medical Research Council Clinician Scientist at King’s College warned that the powerful drug placed Britain’s 2.1 million cannabis users at risk of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, psychosis, delusions and hallucinations.

          ‘The increase of high-potency cannabis on the streets poses a significant hazard to users’ mental health, and reduces their ability to choose more benign types,’ she said.

          “It is of concern that 94 per cent of seized cannabis is now of skunk type as this potentially could increase the number of people using it and consequently the number of people experiencing harm.

          “Regular users of high-potency cannabis carry the highest risk for psychotic disorders, compared to those who have never used cannabis.”

          The researchers also found that in normal cannabis resin, the average concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) - the main psychoactive component - had risen by 50 per cent since 2005, from four per cent to six per cent.

          In contrast, the ratio of antipsychotic cannabidiol (CBD), which helps mitigate the drug’s psychoactive effects, had fallen dramatically.

          Skunk has around 14 per cent THC and is more dangerous because it contains very small amount of CBD.

          In 2015 Kings College showed that in South London, 24 per cent of new cases of psychosis could be attributed to skunk use. Researchers now fear that the countrywide problem could be partly responsible for the growing number of mental health issues in Britain.

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