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    • bongme
      hi   Gumbo the dog suffers 'face tremors' and nearly dies after munching on cannabis dumped at North Staffordshire beauty spot Police have now removed the fly-tipped cannabis blocks after Gumbo's 'nightmare high'     A dog almost died after munching on cannabis dumped at a North Staffordshire beauty spot. Gumbo the sprocker was rushed to the vet after he was left so stoned he could barely stand up.   They diagnosed cannabis poisoning but he is thankfully now on the mend. Owner Chris Huxley was taking nine-year-old Gumbo - a mix between a cocker and a springer spaniel - for a walk at Apedale Country Park with his two-year-old twin daughters Amber and Alex. But as the family made their way down Apedale Road, Chesterton, Gumbo darted into the bushes at around 10am last Saturday (November 21).   Mental health nurse Chris Huxley, aged 42, said: "It's in his nature if he picks up a scent to go and have a sniff. He started rooting around and was chewing on something.   "I pulled him away and thought it was some sort of silage mixed in with the longer grass. My best guess was that it was animal waste. "We carried on our walk but on the way back he did the same thing and I told him to 'come away'. "I put the twins down for a nap and that's when I noticed Gumbo was acting strange. "He had facial ticks and tremors and was really wobbly on his legs. His face was all contorted and he kept pushing his head backwards. "I could tell he was reacting to some sort of poison and knew I had to take him to the vets straight away."   Chris took Gumbo to Pool Farm Vets in Betley where he anxiously waited in the car to find out what had happened to his beloved pet. He added: "I explained that he had been fine up until coming back from the walk. I thought he might have ingested some slug pellets or pesticide. "They did some bloods straight away. They then came back and told me it was cannabis. It all made sense as Gumbo did look stoned. He was as high as a kite. "The vets made him sick and put him on charcoal lines. Cannabis can be very dangerous for dogs - it could have killed him.  It was really scary  thinking we could lose him." Chris was able to take Gumbo home at 6.30pm that day.   He added: "He was still not himself. He wasn't taking any water so I had to use a syringe to get some fluids into him. He did seem to have the munchies though as he ate his dinner. "At around 4.30am he bolted straight up and went straight for his water bowl and was guzzling it down. He then cuddled up to me and he was back to his normal self." After the vets confirmed Gumbo had eaten cannabis, Chris alerted  Staffordshire Police. He said: "There are a lot of kids and youngsters on bikes down there so I thought I should alert them. "The police came and asked me to show them where it was.   "It  turned out to be two massive blocks of cannabis which had been dumped in the bush.They got their shovels out and dug it up. "One of them thought it might have been someone trying to grow their own and they might have got spooked and dumped it. We will never know. "But hopefully Gumbo has learned his lesson as he had a miserable time when stoned. We definitely don't want him trying any more drugs." Police officers have issued a warning to dog walkers to be careful. PCSO Hannah Chaplin, of Staffordshire Police, said: "Cannabis plants  had been fly tipped in the corner of a field on Apedale Road.   "Unfortunately a member of the local community was out walking his dog who has ingested some of the plant causing the dog to become very ill. "Fortunately the owner has sought medical attention for the dog very quickly and the dog is on the mend. This has caused the owner a lot of stress and could have had a very different outcome.   "We wish the dog a very speedy recovery. Please be aware when out with your dogs what they are sniffing or eating." Anyone who sees anything suspicious is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or by calling 101.     https://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/news/stoke-on-trent-news/gumbo-dog-suffers-face-tremors-4739051   Bongme                
    • bongme
      hi   CRASH HASH Scots driver grew cannabis to ease pal’s injuries after crash left him paralysed A DRIVER whose passenger was paralysed in a crash grew cannabis to ease the victim’s agonising injuries, a court heard. Guilt-stricken Neil Devoy, 43, said he cultivated the drug in converted garages as his pal and neighbour was allergic to painkillers.   But he was caught when cops raided his premises near Balfron, Stirlingshire. Defence lawyer Paul Kavanagh said of the smash: “He hit black ice. There were no charges, but in his mind his actions resulted in his neighbour becoming paraplegic.     “His neighbour, I understand, is allergic to painkillers and the only thing that could assist him was cannabis.” Prosecutor Rachel Wallace told Stirling Sheriff Court police found 35 cannabis plants, tents, pots, heat and lighting in the search. The electricity meter had been bypassed to power the kit undetected.   On Wednesday, Devoy, of nearby Killearn, admitted producing and supplying cannabis and a meter rap. He was fined £300 by Sheriff Wylie Robertson and got 300 hours of unpaid work.   https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/scottish-news/6331319/driver-cannabis-crash-friend-paralysed/   Bongme            
    • bongme
      hi   New details emerge on cannabis factory where police found homemade ‘spears’ The electricity supply had been tampered with, which was causing power cuts in the area   A total of 150 cannabis plants have been found in the factory uncovered by police this week. Police were called to a property on Ashby Road in Scunthorpe after Northern Power reported that there were powercuts in the area.   Police found three rooms with around 50 plants each. A firearm and custom-made spears were also found, which were all seized.       To get the Scunthorpe Live headlines every day, simply pop your email address into the sign-up box just beneath the picture at the top of this article. The electricity supply had been tampered with to bypass the meter, which can pose a serious risk to neighbouring properties.   No one was in the property at the time and no arrests have been made yet. A police investigation into it continues. Police shared pictures on social media showing the rooms full of plants and the weapons, which appear to be knives taped to poles.   A spokesman for Humberside Police said: “A firearm has been recovered from a cannabis factory containing approximately 150 plants, which has been uncovered at a property in Ashby Road, Scunthorpe. “We were called at 9.55am on Tuesday, 25 November by concerned Northern Power staff following reports of issues with electricity supplies in the area. “Officers found approximately 50 plants in three rooms of the property and that the electricity had been tampered with.   “No one was in the property at the time of the discovery and at this stage no arrests have been made in connection with the incident. However, an investigation has been launched to trace those behind the operation.   “Cannabis grows in residential properties can pose a serious fire risk to neighbouring properties, as the electricity supply is tampered with to bypass the meter. “We know from speaking to people in this area that tackling issues like this and wider drug related crime is important to you.   https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/news/local-news/new-details-emerge-cannabis-factory-4738088   Bongme            
    • bongme
      hi   Girl, 14, hospitalised after taking ‘sweets containing cannabis' The incident happened in Harpenden   A 14-year-old girl from Harpenden was taken to hospital after taking ‘sweets’ which are believed to contain a high concentration of cannabis. Three 17-year-old males were arrested on Wednesday night (November 25) in Luton Road, Harpenden, on suspicion of possession with intent to supply controlled drugs. They are currently in police custody.   The girl, who was taken to hospital at the start of November, suffered breathing difficulties and numbness to her arms and legs but is believed to have made a full recovery. A large quantity of drugs and ‘sweets’ were found during searches of addresses.   Parents are being warned to speak to their children following the incident.   Harpenden Neighbourhood Sergeant Mark Essam said: “Whilst we do not want to alarm parents, it is important we let the public know about these sweets, which can be bought cheaply online and look like popular brands. "The difference is that they are laced with cannabis and sometimes Class A drugs like MDMA.  "Some of the packets are marked with the initial’s ‘THC’. We have been working with schools in the area and they have sent out information to parents already about this problem. "The health risks, especially to young people, include heart palpitations, vomiting and hallucinations. "Please make sure you continue to speak to your children about the dangers of these ‘sweets’ and call us if your child has been offered them."   https://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/news/hertfordshire-news/girl-14-hospitalised-after-taking-4741320   Bongme