The criminal bar has been dealing more regularly with the emergence of “synthetic marijuana” across the country, including incredibly potent form of the drug. Hospitalizations are rising and so are crimes referencing the drug. However, this seems a serious no addition to illegal drug markets. Emmerli Wilcoxson is a case in point. The Georgia woman was allegedly high on synthetic marijuana when she took police on an over 130 MPH car chase. That is bad enough but we was driving a stolen police cruiser. And, oh yea, she was driving on a suspended license.
Police say that, while dodging them at high speed, Wilcoxson was screaming at them in the police radio. She eventually plowed into back of a Chevy Cavalier, hit a wall and then hit another vehicle. The driver of the cavalier was seriously injured.
Otherwise detailed accounts of the case fail to mention how Wilcoxson was able to steal the a Cobb County police car.
Wilcoxson has a history with police. In October 2010, Wilcoxson allegedly threatened to kill a North Carolina police officer and was critically injured after being shot in Raleigh.
As you might imagine, the police charged her with everything short of genocide. She currently has 24 charges against her, including aggravated assault, theft by taking, obstruction, fleeing, interference with government property and numerous traffic offenses, including failure to maintain lane, driving within a gore or median, reckless driving and speeding.
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You gotta luv meth life…
I would venture to say that it would be proper to shoot such a person before they could injure anybody. A drunk driver should be cannon fodder for my s&w .40.
Oh, she doesn’t have a side to the story. She’s protecting her 5th amendment right to remain silent. Opps, she didn’t make that claim so her silence will convict her. [sarcasm all around]
That must have been some ride!! What was her side of the story?
Katy, You’re incorrect. Psychologists have RX privileges in the military and on Indian reservations. Additionally they have RX privileges in NM and La. Every year there are initiatives in states to expand these common sense rules but they are fought by the medical industry. There will be new states coming on board soon.
@Paul C. Schulte
Apparently you don’t know that much about psychology or you would know that psychologists don’t prescribe medications, psychiatrists do.
Katy – I do know the difference. My problem with the use of psychology is that whoever uses it, the goalposts keep shifting. There were two major changes in the DSM this last time. One down-graded narcissism, which our current President has been accused of by many, using the definition in the DSM. And, of course, we can all remember back when homosexuality was a mental disease and could be fixed by the psychology trained community.
These synthetics are PSYCH DRUGS. Please know that. And that goes double to you, Mr Turley. That’s because you are a good person but you have bought a lot of BS. You won’t entertain information from CCHR simply because there are a lot of volunteer Scientologists in that group. (a lot of Christians & others too by the way) If you KNEW what Scn was, you WOULD be one, so you clearly know nothing about Scn, CCHR and Psychiatry. Certainly not enough to form a wortwhile opinion. You are very smart in quite a few areas & share my love of freedom & the Constitution. So how about getting educated on these subjects too? You should especially know the dangers of psych drugs and how they are used to hold men down, spread chaos and enslave the human race.
TL – I know enough about drugs to know that some of the members of Scientology should be on them. However, I do share some of your skepticism about psychology and its effectiveness.
Another thing that was brought up was Perry selling out the Texas road for Tolls and the defunding of public education.
Sure am glad this officer didn’t have relegated army surplus…. Just think if she’d taken a Hummer…..
anon, You are absolutely correct. There are some really bad people out there and the vast majority of law abiding citizens are understandably clueless. However, when they opine about bad people and how they are misunderstood, then it’s a problem.
Here’s another lovely story:
And before the 911 call came to light, guess what? The “officers were not involved.”
“Victim’s friend called 911 before beating to complain of harassment by off-duty cops, sources say”
“Complained about manager, two off-duty police officers”
From the posting: “Otherwise detailed accounts of the case fail to mention how Wilcoxson was able to steal the a Cobb County police car.
Wilcoxson has a history with police. In October 2010, Wilcoxson allegedly threatened to kill a North Carolina police officer and was critically injured after being shot in Raleigh.” -JT
She’s probably an informant and/or one of the street perps used in LE’s stalking and harassment activities. Either way, they run her.
Some wicked sh*t going on in our communities. Most people have no idea.
Karen, It’s a street drug.
From the mug shot, it doesn’t look like she was having much fun on synthetic weed.
Is synthetic marijuana a street drug, or are they referring to the FDA THC medication? One is something you buy from a stranger that “some guy/girl” made in their garage with who-knows-what, and the other is a standardized medication.
“Theft by taking”? Is there another kind of theft?
“However, this seems a serious no addition to illegal drug markets.”
What does this mean? It appears to be vague, incorrect grammar, but even in context it seems ambiguous, at best.
Secondly, Dredd, GMO is different than synthetic. GMO involves modifying the genetic code of an animal or plant to produce genetically different individuals which usually can reproduce the variation, and can be for several presumed beneficial purposes. A synthetic product is an imitation of a natural item, and it is created by a process of combining chemicals to produce something equivalent, though not necessarily exactly equal, to the original item. The synthetic product is normally used for the same purpose as the natural one.
Synthetic cannabis has a market because it does not show as cannabis in a tox screen. if Congress ever gets its head out of its ass and make cannabis legal the market for this poison will vanish. They should stop even calling this “cannabis.” Can anyone here visualize someone acting like this under the influence of real cannabis? Never!
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