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Only the “Right Of Adults To Cannabis” amendment can secure your RIGHT to possess, cultivate, and use cannabis in a manner similar to your 2nd amendment right to “keep and bear arms” … think about that for a minute.

Whether you agree or disagree with Americans right to gun ownership, the strength of this protected right is clear and viewed my many as absolute. Floridians For Freedom​ believes adults right to whole plant cannabis should be comparable and hopes you agree. Full Story ⤳

Florida Man with ‘White Pride’ tattoo celebrates his 40th arrest by doing opiates, meth, and heroin in his Astatula trailer park

Jason Gibbs, 42 of Astatula, has been arrested 40 times in Florida as of Wednesday, July 12. Gibbs was discovered with baggies of crystal meth, heroin and prescription opiate pills.
Jason Gibbs, 42 of Astatula, has been arrested 40 times in Florida as of Wednesday, July 12. Gibbs was discovered with baggies of crystal meth, heroin and prescription opiate pills. This is his latest mugshot from the July 12th arrest. (LCSO)

A 42-year-old man was arrested for the 40th time Wednesday after the Lake County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team found him inside a camper trailer in Astatula, 30 miles west of Orlando.

Jason Gibbs was discovered with baggies of crystal meth, heroin and prescription opiate pills. It’s the fourth time deputies have executed a search warrant on the property. Full Story ⤳

Florida man jailed after claiming cannibals wanted to eat his intestines

McKade Samuel Crumby

A man complaining that cannibals were determined to eat his intestines was tased on Monday by Lake County sheriff’s deputies.

According to an arrest affidavit, deputies were called to a Groveland home to a verbal disturbance. After speaking with the suspect, 23-year-old McKade Samuel Crumby, they decided to place him into a mental institution.

Crumbly had been complaining that cannibals wanted to eat his intestines and that he would kill his father if he hindered his drug business. Full Story ⤳

Bystander stops naked man from molesting cat

Arnaz Gene McVay

LEESBURG — Police on Friday arrested a man who a witness claimed he saw standing naked by the Leesburg Post Office trying to lure a cat out of the woods.

According to an arrest report, the witness told officers he saw Arnaz Gene McVay, 64, standing by the woods next to the Post Office on South 14th Street about 9:30 a.m. He said it appeared McVay had a handful of cat food and was trying to coax a cat out of the woods.

When the white cat emerged, McVay reportedly grabbed it and appeared to be trying to have sex with the cat. The witness said he confronted McVay and the men began to argue. The man said at some point McVay put on his shorts and rode off on a bike. Full Story ⤳

Woman linked to theft of car after teeth found inside

LADY LAKE – Police were able to help link a toothless woman to a vehicle theft after they found her dentures inside the vehicle.

According to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to Parkinsonia Street in Lady Lake on Friday to reports of suspicious person trying to enter homes, and where they spotted a gray Kia nearby with the inside light on and door open.

They found the suspect, 31-year-old Lindsey Jean Stanley-McShane, trying to enter a pickup truck and she seemed to be on drugs but wasn’t aware what she had taken.

Deputies added Stanley-McShane was missing her teeth and shoes and appeared to be looking on the ground for both of them.

According to an arrest affidavit and Sgt. Fred Jones, deputies were going to take her to a mental health facility, before they observed her dentures and pink tennis shoes in the Kia, which she admitted were hers. Apparently, the car had been stolen out of Marion County and had run out of gas.

At the site of the deputies examining the car, Stanley-McShane began to claim she was only a passenger in the vehicle and didn’t know who was driving it.

Stanley-McShane was taken to Florida Hospital Waterman to get treated for drugs and then to the Lake County Jail, where she remained Tuesday.

Source: dailycommercial.com

Eustis police officer accused of waving gun at woman in road-rage incident

EUSTIS, Fla. – A Eustis police officer is off the job, accused of waving her gun at another woman in a fit of road rage.

Deputies said it happened in a beauty shop parking lot in the 7000 block of West Colonial Drive.

It’s not the first time Senior Officer Theresa Graham has been accused of using a weapon during an altercation.

Graham was cleared of any wrongdoing in the past incident, but she’s now on administrative leave.

A woman parked in front of Evelyn’s Hair Creations said the off-duty officer laid on her horn in a fit of road rage earlier this month before pulling out a gun as the victim tried to wave her around the victim’s parked car.

According to the arrest report, “Theresa Graham pulled her car next to the victim’s car where the two of them exchanged words,” and the victim told deputies that’s when Graham “put her car in park, reached into her glove box, removed a black handgun and pointed the gun at the victim and the witness.”

According to the report, Graham told deputies the other driver was holding an unknown object” and she got out her gun “to protect herself.”

She claims she never removed the weapon from the holster or pointed it in the direction of the victim, the report said.

It’s not the first time Graham has been investigated for actions involving a gun.

In 2009, she fired two shots at a suspect at a Eustis Dollar Tree store when he grabbed her agency-issued stun gun and used it on her during a domestic disturbance call she was investigating.

Eustis police could not say whether the gun used in the road-rage incident was Graham’s agency-issued weapon.

She has been with the department since 2006, and was recently honored for saving a man’s life with CPR.

Florida Man used his baby’s stroller to steal shampoo, prosecco, and cocktail sausages

Publix

EUSTIS, Fla. – A 26-year-old man used a baby stroller to steal items from a grocery store, according to law enforcement in Florida.

Shortly before 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, a loss-prevention officer at Publix, said he saw Robert Kevin Hughes walk down the aisles with a baby stroller, then stuffing the stroller with items he didn’t pay for, police said.

After getting caught, investigators said Hughes took off, leaving the infant behind.

Officers said the man stole shampoo, prosecco and cocktail sausages, which were worth just over $22.

“It’s really sad that people have to stoop to that kind of level,” shopper Alyssa Ware said.

A report from the Eustis Police Department said Hughes took off when he was confronted, but left the baby, stroller and items behind. Full Story ⤳