Ca. cops caught helping themselves to edibles while raiding pot dispensary (VIDEO)

An internal affairs investigation has been launched after several officers from the Santa Ana Police Department who were involved in a raid on a medical marijuana dispensary partook in questionable activities, which included destroying cameras, playing darts and trying out some of the marijuana-laced edibles.

After clearing the business, the officers destroyed the cameras, but what they failed to realize was that there was a secondary security camera system which recorded the rest of their actions.

The officers were heard making fun of one of the patients who was present when the raid began – a wheelchair-bound amputee named Marla James, who has since filed a lawsuit.

“Did you punch that one-legged old Benita,” a male officer is heard asking a female officer.

“I was about to kick her in her f***ing nub,” the female officer replied.

The officers are later seen unwrapping small packages and popping what appeared to be marijuana-infused edibles into their mouths while discussing the “flavor” of the contents.

“We expect our officers to act in a certain way,” said Santa Ana police Cmdr. Chris Revere. “If they don’t we hold them accountable. But at the same time we have to be fair.”

Revere said that while the behavior appears alarming, he “couldn’t say for certain” what the officers were eating.

[The Orange County Register]

Read More On:

Latest Reviews

  • Tuck & Carry: CCW in a Skirt

    Aimed at those who want the comfort and convenience of a skirt but with the protection of a holstered gun, the Tuck & Carry occupies what I term apparel holsters -- that is clothing/holster duos.

    Read More
  • The Marlin Dark in .45-70 is Stealthy and Modern

    Flash forward the lever gun of Western lore to the 2020s, where Marlin has taken that classic design and given it a modern upgrade. Meet the Marlin Dark.

    Read More
  • Gear Review: Sig Sauer Tango 6T 1-6

    Sig Sauer has long been a big name in the firearms industry, so it came as no surprise several years ago when Sig filled out its repertoire with its own optics line. Today, we’re looking at the Tango 6T, a 1-6 low power variable optic.

    Read More
  • First Look: Hornady 6mm ARC

    Hornady brought another impressive project to the shooting public in 2020 with the introduction of the 6mm Advanced Rifle Cartridge.

    Read More

Loading