Medical marijuana talk is growing in Tennessee and now it will be up for legislative debate.
Medical Cannabis "Out of State" ID Cards for those who are visiting the Volunteer State would allow those visitors to posses weed.
nside the residence, police found a box of 60 THC cartridges in the freezer. Each cartridge was labeled as containing at least 80% THC...
The Tennessee Department of Health is issuing a public health and safety advisory to warn Tennesseans about the risks of harm associated with use of products derived from Cannabis, including marijuana and hemp that claim to benefit health...
According to the report filed by police, "Mr. Kincaid understanding he was still under Miranda, admitted that he does not work and all of his cash was from selling marijuana."
A Nashville man is facing a felony charge in Murfreesboro for the alleged sell of drugs in our community and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
One full pound of marijuana was seized by police at a home on Monty Court in Murfreesboro. The drugs were seized shortly after police say they observed 21-year-old...
A total of six people were arrested at The Point at Raiders Crossing apartments by the Murfreesboro Police Gang and Special Operations Unit.
A local company called "Tennessee Hemp Supply, LLC," that has a location in Murfreesboro, says they need to set the record straight.
A Murfreesboro Police Gang Detective was notified after one pound of marijuana was found inside the apartment of a man on the New Salem Highway.
A handgun that was stolen from Signal Mountain, Tennessee was recovered during a traffic stop in Murfreesboro on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.
In a vote on Wednesday state lawmakers in a key House committee passed a stripped down medical cannabis bill by a vote of 9 -2.
According to the arrest warrant, Trooper Adam Malone allegedly located a suitcase in the trunk of the vehicle that contained approximately 2 pounds of a white crystal-like substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine, approximately 200 Xanax bars, approximately 6 pounds of a green leafy like substance believed to be marijuana, and approximately 56 grams of a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine.
Tennessee Speaker of the House Beth Harwell (R-Nashville) and Chairman of the House Health Subcommittee Dr. Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro) today signed on as co-sponsors to the Medical Cannabis Only Act. Both Speaker Harwell and Chairman Terry believe that inaction at the federal level is harming patients.
Rep. Terry says he is supportive of research and medicinal uses of cannabinoids under the care of medical providers. However, the opioid crisis facing Tennessee is a much larger issue at hand currently.
Two Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation to make medical marijuana legal in Tennessee, but only in oil-based products.
One Representative said that the death of his father changed his world and how he feels about cannabis.
A law taking effect in January removes the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission from the Governor's Task Force on Marijuana Eradication.
Officer Reginald Primas wrote in a report, "I observed a silver BMW cross three lanes of traffic to get into the left turning lane without using a turning signal while on Middle Tennessee Boulevard near South Church Street." After the local officer observed the lane change, he pulled over the car over.
When the officer was searching the man's person for safety reasons he allegedly found in the man's left front pocket approximately 62 grams of meth.
A Christiana, TN man was charged with the manufacturing or the delivery / sale of a schedule six drug after being pulled over by Murfreesboro Police
The subject, who was wearing all black, had a pink backpack with him.
Murfreesboro Police wrote in a report dated September 20, 2017, "She ran toward traffic in an apparent suicide attempt."
State lawmakers have announced they will research if Tennessee should legalize marijuana.
In nearby Nashville, 28 pounds of marijuana was seized during a traffic stop.
A 40 year old Murfreesboro man told police that he was beaten and robbed after leaving with two men he just met at a bar.
Governor Bill Haslam has signed a bill which repeals marijuana decriminalization laws in Nashville and Memphis.
The alleged drug dealer of marijuana evidently told the arresting officer, "That he is a good person that is simply trying to provide for his family."
A Tennessee lawmaker says his bill that would legalize medical marijuana is dead for this year's legislative session.
A bill seeking to reduce the penalty for possessing small amounts of marijuana in Tennessee has been extinguished in a state Senate committee.
A 2014 poll by MTSU showed a vast majority of Tennesseans agree that seriously ill patients should have access to medical cannabis. Lawmakers will be voting on this bill at the end of February.
Medical marijuana will again be a topic of discussion in the Tennessee state legislature as Rep. Jeremy Faison plans to introduce a bill during the next legislative session.
About $134,400 worth of high grade marijuana and eight firearms were confiscated from a La Vergne resident after a search warrant was served last week at his home, a Rutherford County Sheriff's narcotics supervisor said Monday.
Murfreesboro Police conducted a "Knock and Talk" at an apartment on South Rutherford Blvd Monday night and ended up arresting two individuals on drug charges.
The realtor, who was in the process of cleaning out the Parklawn Drive home, found 6 bricks of marijuana in the attic along with a large amount of loose marijuana.
Police eventually caught up with 25 year old Emmanuel L. Ford who stopped at a gas station on Lascassas Pike where he was found to be hiding in the restroom.
Regardless of how you feel about the legalization of marijuana in Tennessee, the drug remains illegal to buy, sell or posses in Tennessee.
What were described by police as four large bags of marijuana were discovered in a Murfreesboro apartment.
While Murfreesboro Police were conducting a "Knock and Talk" at Carrington Park Apartments officers found several vacuum sealed bags of marijuana and more in unit C-309.
The activist group said 76 percent of Tennesseans support medical marijuana.
Friday evening, two organizations at the front lines of criminal justice reform and cannabis are joining ranks to celebrate this month of holidays and to help out the homeless in Nashville.
As legal reform of cannabis laws continue to progress at a fever pitch nationally and in countries such as Canada, where the newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just last week ordered his Justice Minister to begin proceedings to fully legalize cannabis, reform in southern states has taken a much slower pace until now.
35-Year old Mitchell Earl Jackson was stopped for not having a light in front or behind his bike while riding in the dark...
The report shows that officers asked Lippert if he had any weapons and he freely admitted that he had a handgun in the waistband of his sweatpants.
When police arrived at the Kenslo Avenue home of James Everett Moore who goes by the alias of "LOCO," according to a police report, they found a gallon size bag of synthetic weed.
Once at the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office, she was met by female booking officers who stood by as she pulled multiple baggies of marijuana out of herself.
When police arrived at the hotel they could smell marijuana coming from one of the rooms. A knock on the door of the room in question revealed...
More than $12,000 worth of illegal crystal methamphetamine and marijuana were seized from suspects after being stopped for traffic offenses last week on Interstate 24, Rutherford County Sheriff's deputies said Monday.
26 roaches were found in an ash tray of a Murfreesboro erratic driver recently who was issued a release citation in Cannon County for simple possession.
"She felt bad that her shorts were not large enough to conceal the narcotics because they belonged to her and she handed them to Mr. Smith right before we arrived."
An 18-year old was arrested on a charge of "Felony possession with the intent to Distribute" after police spotted his BMW sitting unattended next to a Jeep in Murfreesboro.
A small bag of weed, a full mason jar of marijuana and a half filled jar were found in a home on February Street in Murfreesboro.
Synthetic Marijuana a growing problem in Murfreesboro, TN and throughout the entire state. In this video a man in his early 20's talks about his addiction.
When city officers took McSpadden to jail police noted, "Rutherford County Sheriff Deputies searched McSpadden which revealed a small bag of marijuana tucked in the area of his buttocks."
Police got consent to search the phone of a recently pulled over subject in Murfreesboro and found texts and photos regarding the purchase and sale of large amounts of illegal drugs, according to a police report released on Thursday morning.
To make matters worse for the 34-year old Murfreesboro resident, he was currently out on bond for "Felony Possession of a Schedule VI drug" and "Tampering with Evidence."
Eating bags of marijuana is bad for your digestive system. That could be an understatement as you can't digest the plastic very well.
Synthetic marijuana is growing in popularity in some areas of the state. Murfreesboro looks to be one of those areas, although arrests involving the drug have not increased greatly.
Officers went to the Rutherford Blvd. address due to the possibility of drug activity taking place at that location.
The 14-pounds worth of bags weighed anywhere from 10 ounces to just over a pound each. Written on each of the bags were different strains of marijuana. Purple Diesel, Blue Dream...
More and more "Mary Jane" or marijuana is being located throughout Rutherford County. With it being illegal, arrests are also being made on a daily basis.
Two Tennessee lawmakers have introduced companion bills that would legalize the possession and casual exchange of up to half an ounce of marijuana.
For probable cause to exist, a police officer must have sufficient knowledge of facts to warrant a belief that a suspect is committing a crime.
Murfreesboro Police showed up at an address in recent days after receiving an anonymous tip about drugs.
For the 7th time, 49-year old Glenda Daniels has been charged with "Driving on a Revoked License."
51 Grams of marijuana and $571 in cash were seized during a Murfreesboro traffic stop.
A search of the 2012 Dodge Ram, which had 234,000 miles on the odometer, revealed 425 pounds of high-grade marijuana valued at $1.7 million, $354,944 in cash, 17 "burner" cell phones with various states...
After a lengthy investigation, Humphress reported Cain and Gordon arranged a deal to purchase one-fourth pound of marijuana for $975 from Kennedy at a home on West Jefferson Pike.
When police stopped Martin, they noticed a large bulge in his pants. At the same time, the odor of weed was present.
A mother has been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor for allegedly giving marijuana to her fifteen year old daughter.
The idea of running almost ended when the responding officer knocked the culprit to the ground with one swing of the hand.
Update: Police also discovered 24-needles, syringes and a vile of steroids.
Once inside the apartment police found over $1,300 in cash, a digital scale and 40 individual baggies of marijuana.
When Anderson was previously questioned by police at his home, he allegedly told officers he had just sold $20 worth of marijuana...
Police in Murfreesboro responded to an address on Bradyville Pike where possible drug activity was reported. When they arrived on the scene, Officer J. Sanford made contact with 35-year old Janice A. Thomas and her daughter.
A half-pound of Mary Jane was then recovered from a closet in the apartment along with $3,000 in cash.
32-Year old Terrance M. Dunnaway was the passenger in a car that was pulled over for failing to stop before pulling onto the road.
When Officer M. Manor asked 22-year old Jonathon L. Bess if that was indeed marijuana on his lap and shirt, the report shows, “He stated YES. Mr. Bess also stated he ate most of it..."
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