Trinity County supervisors sparred last week over the contents of a six-county policy statement concerning the potential legalization of marijuana in California before voting 4-1 to sign on with the North Coast counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Lake and Sonoma.
Rep. Jared Huffman, D-San Rafael, will host Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom to discuss the unique public policy challenges related to marijuana legalization affecting California’s North Coast.
Both state lawmakers representing Trinity County and the rest of the “Emerald Triangle” have introduced legislation to regulate the medical marijuana industry.
A member of a multi-agency team working to curb contamination and depletion of waterways by large-scale marijuana grows visited Trinity County last week to share details of the effort launched as California’s drought drags on.
Four people were arrested Friday, March 27, during a multi-agency raid of a property in Salyer that yielded more than 1,000 marijuana plants, processed marijuana and more than $30,000 in cash, the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office said.
Ricky Martin Huerta, 20, of Eureka, pleaded guilty to manufacturing marijuana, U.S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
Trinity County Sheriff Bruce Haney attended a Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police conference last month in Denver to hear law enforcement and public health officials there discuss the lessons they’ve learned since Colorado became the first state to legalize sales of recreational marijuana in 2012.
Mario Lopez-Parra, 30, of Michoacán, Mexico, was sentenced Dec. 17 by United States District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller to five years in prison for growing marijuana in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
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