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513 Hermes Avenue, Encinitas

March 29, 8:48 p.m.

Sherriff's Dept.

Deputies from the Encinitas Sheriff's Station received a call of an assault with a deadly weapon (and attempted murder). The initial caller said an individual broke into the house and was hitting people with a baseball bat.

Additional calls came in reporting several people had come to the house to fight and one of the suspects had a bat.

Deputies found two victims who had been hit by the suspect with the bat. One of the victims had a broken nose. The second victim, a 15-year old juvenile, had been hit in the head with the bat and suffered multiple skull fractures. He was transported to the hospital where he remains at this time in critical condition. The attempted murder charge could be altered to homicide.

Here is what allegedly happened: fourmales came to the house to fight. These males were "angry" because marijuana had been stolen from one of them earlier in the evening.

The suspect with the bat was identified and is a 17-year old juvenile. The three other suspects have also been identified and all are outstanding at this time.

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Comments

jerome March 30, 2008 @ 3:35 p.m.

ya no pilfered weed is a very inciting statement what the case was is a drug theft of illeagal substances and a assualt maybe homacide by thugs weed here in cali has been givin a bad rap with no diferentiation over medical cannabis which is legal as passed by law by the residents of cali. a doctor has to recomend the usage and they ARE very ethical with their exams and medical record reviews. the state attorney general has a responsibility to enforce this measure and protect the citizens and patients as mandated by state law and keep the federal government from dictating state policy; if that was done and the co:ops and comisarys were regulated by the health dept there would be no confusion. and patients would be served as we intended or would the residents of cali be happier making opioid addicts out of every one that the doctors decide cannabis can help tremendusly . come on people get educated, the law is the law or do you want the federal government interfering in your medical care and privacy.weed is not medical cannabis reseach done has shown this to be a fact if used as we use other medications prescribed by doctors orders

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Josh Board April 1, 2008 @ 10:12 a.m.

A singer, whose dad was in the O'Jays, recently died in jail. He was in his 30s. The obit says that he was "addicted to marijuana" from the time he was 14. I didn't know people can get addicted to pot.

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Michael Hemmingson April 2, 2008 @ 9:54 p.m.

I don't know about the actual physical addiction to THC, but like many things, there is a psychological addiction, the same way a person can be addcited to, say, playing video games, to watching American Idol, or to sex -- the "I can't live without it" thing, or "I can't face the day without a toke."

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