The Tall Cop has some exciting news as we head into the new year! The Tall Cop Says Stop company is moving to the great state of Texas! Idaho has been a wonderful home since the creation of Tall Cop Says Stop, but it is time to make the long wanted change. With the growth of our training programs, community scans, and drug trend topics, we have finally made the move.
SLEEPY EYE — A former six-foot, nine-inch basketball player at DePaul and San Francisco State University talked about drug and alcohol abuse issues including vape pens to a variety of people at the Sleepy Eye Event Center Tuesday.
Sponsored by the Brown County Underage Substance Abuse Coalition (USAC), the event included training for professionals in the afternoon and community/parent training in the evening by Boise, Idaho law enforcement officer Jermaine Galloway.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 (originally featured on www.klewtv.com)
MOSCOW, ID — A national training group is trying to help with better drug enforcement at the local level. Almost 9.5 percent of Idaho residents reported past month usage of drug, according to state profile numbers from the White House.
by: Deni Hawkins
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Doctors are warning about a potentially dangerous drug that's gaining traction in the Treasure Valley, and in the state of Idaho.
It's a more concentrated form of marijuana called BHO, sometimes referred to as a dab, wax, honey, or hash oil. Police say the potent pot is about five times stronger than green leaf cannabis.
"They're taking green leafed marijuana and using butane to leach the THC out of it," said Dr. Mark Urban, an emergency room physician.