Mendocino County legal chief cited for cannabis

Posted on July 7th, 2012 by Global Ganja Report and tagged , , , , .

CaliforniaDoug Losak, recently appointed as the acting head of Mendocino County's legal department, was pulled over early July 3 and cited for allegedly having a concealed gun and cannabis in his vehicle, according to the Sheriff's Office. Deputies stopped Losak on Highway 101 for allegedly speeding and having a faulty license plate light. The deputies smelled marijuana and searched the vehicle.

The pistol was registered in Losak's name, but he was still in the process of getting a concealed-weapons permit. Losak did not have a doctor's recommendation for the cannabis. He was ordered to appear in court on suspicion of possessing marijuana in a moving vehicle (an infraction) and carrying a concealed weapon (a misdemeanor). Losak hasn't been officially charged, according to the Mendocino County District Attorney's Office. (Ukiah Daily Journal, July 5)

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The DEA, FBI and IRS are conducting a criminal investigation of family members of a Mendocino County sheriff’s captain, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported Oct. 15.

Officials served a search warrant on property near Highway 20 in Potter Valley where agents reportedly found more than 500 cannabis plants. The property is owned by and is the residence of Johnny Johnson, father of Sheriff’s Capt. Randy Johnson. The captain’s brother, John Johnson, also lives on the property.

 

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