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2023.03.24 05:33 Serpenio_ Sheriff says consideration of his family influence led to stopping Montgomery County mugshots posts

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2023.03.24 01:12 Logical-Awareness A Sheriff Decided He Doesn't Like Public Shaming, Sorta.

This just came up in my news feed. It's an extremely human reaction to finally understand how things feel when you begin to walk in the shoes of those you previously did not understand or empathize with. Maybe he is just hiding his family's dirty laundry, but maybe this situation is starting to help him understand that the public shaming really doesn't help anyone. It's not a SOR list but we all know the local mug shots are a similar public shaming tool.
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2023.03.24 00:25 BuroDude Sheriff says consideration of his family influence led to stopping Montgomery County mugshots posts

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2023.03.23 22:12 BoringArchivist Sheriff says consideration of his family influence led to stopping Montgomery County mugshots posts

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2023.03.23 19:42 redheadedalena Transferring recently served divorce/child custody case.

My soon to be ex filled the divorce in a county in which I have not resided. I have been advised that in Fl the divorce is to be filed in the last know county the household resided in, or the county where the defendant resides in, which is either Leon (where we resided) or citrus (where I have resided the last 5 years). I am not able to get pro-bono assistance until it is transferred. I was advised to move forward with request myself, and am just wondering if there is a proper form to fill out for it, and who I would submit that to? I was told to email it to his lawyer directly, but does it need to go anywhere else?
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2023.03.23 15:40 sunzusunzusunzusunzu Lori Vallow Daybell - Ada County Mugshot - 3/22/2023

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2023.03.22 00:12 jotakusan My First DWI Story - Texas, F/28

I wanted to share my whole DUI experience in case it can help some of you just going through this. It is very long, so I split it up into parts to make it more digestible, and so you can skip a part of you aren’t interested in reading it. TLDR; at the bottom.
Some key info: I’m a female and was arrested at 28 with my first DUI charge and received it while living in Texas at the beginning of 2022. BAC came in at .21 and I had crashed my car into the curb when the cops found me. I hired my own attorney and the whole ordeal took 10 months.
Part 1: The Night I got Arrested
I went to a bar I had never been to by myself. I was recovering from COVID that I had tested positive for 10 days earlier. I had tested positive on my birthday and was feeling very bored and lonely and thought it would be a great idea to go out by myself and maybe make some friends or meet someone. Pro-tip for any of you new to San Antonio, the bars on the strip over-pour. I was not aware of this at the time and that was my second mistake. My first was going out without any friend.
Long story short, I left around close but I was so drunk that I blacked out. Usually when I drink heavily, I’ll sleep it off in my car before I leave, but I was so far gone, I didn’t sleep first. I don’t remember getting into my car or crashing it. The first time I came to consciousness, I realized my car was acting weird and pulling me to the left so I got out to look at it. The next thing I remember was having a cop standing next to me and the flashing lights behind my car. I tapped my damaged side skirt with my foot, looked at the cop, and said, “I dunno what happened.” I know, I should have claimed someone I had just met was driving because they said they were okay to drive, then crashed and ran off, but I was too drunk to think that clearly.
Next thing I remember, I’m being put in a holding cell. I didn’t come back to full awareness until I had woken up in the cell. I’m a little bitch, so needless to say, I spent the rest of the night sobbing. I learned that I had denied the breathalyzer and was taken to the nurses room to get my blood drawn. I tried to deny that one too but they had a warrant. Considering this was about 4 hours after I had left the bar and taking into account my sex and body weight, I was probably at around a .28 when I left. Around 9am I was taken to the magistrates office.

Part 2: Magistrates
I was taken to the processing room and asked by a male officer, “what do you have down there?”. Very professional way of asking if I'm a man or a woman... I look like a girl, but whatever. They set me up with a female officer and she had me strip naked, bend over and cough. One of the more humiliating times of my life. Pro-tip, if you plan on getting a DWI, make sure to bring a sweatshirt or jacket because it is absolutely freezing in both the police station and magistrates office. Also, maybe wear some sweatbands to shove under the ankle cuffs. I had a lot of bruises around my ankles when I left.
To save you all of the boring details of how the next 14 hours went, just skip to part 3 from here. Between waiting, watching whatever was playing on the TV’s, and trying to sleep in between fits of crying, I went through the whole processing process. First up was the judge where I was read my charges and given my bond. The bond amount came out to $1000, and thankfully I was eligible for a PR bond. I was bonded out with a $70 fee, but that didn’t mean I could leave like I was hoping.
Next up was getting processed. Finger prints, mugshot, the works. Then I had to sit down and go over my details with the bonds office so I could be accepted for the PR bond. After that was a trip to the nurses station where I had to take a pee test to check if I was pregnant (fun fact, I’m only attracted to women so... no), asked some medical history questions, and tested for TB. I was finger printed a second time for some reason and then spent the next forever hours waiting to be released. People with severe ADHD are not built for being locked up. I thought I was going to go insane.
Around 11pm they called my name for release where I was given my inmate card and told me this would be used as my ID since I wasn’t getting my license back. Then I was brought into the exit room and received my things from the desk. Wallet, keys, shoe laces, and phone. My phone was dead and no one had a charger, and with my car being impounded, I had no way to get home. Thankfully I made friends with another lady that had been locked up and her family was picking her up. She offered to get me a ride home.

Part 3: Impounded Vehicle, Damage, and Hiring a Lawyer
The next morning, I called a lawyer one of my friends used for her DWI and set an appointment for that afternoon, then took an Uber straight to the impound lot. I got to my car and saw the full extent of the damage in the light. It was bad. I clearly got into a fight with a curb and somehow got damage on the top of my fender. I never got charged for hitting anyone, so who knows what happened there. Maybe a concrete barrier, considering how much the top of my fender was ripped up. My rocker panel was completely crushed in, stress cracks on my front bumper, front lip was hanging off a bit, both wheels were cracked and tires were flat, and my side skirt had been mostly ripped off. I called a tow truck and he dropped me off at a little family owned shop and they took the wheels off to find the tie rod was snapped, and the front lower control arm and rear control arm were bent.
Suspension repairs came out to $700. I ordered a new set of wheels and tires later that week and left my car sitting in front of the shop while I waited for the wheels to get delivered. It took an entire month to get my car back in a driveable condition because of how long it took to get the wheels. I didn’t have the money to fix the body and didn’t want to file it with my insurance due to the situation, so over a year later I’m still driving a busted up car, but at least it works. Total cost for the parts, labor, getting it out of impound and tow came out to around $2600. I had a friend’s ex look at the body damage and he told me to expect around $3400 in body repair. Pro-tip, don’t get a DWI, they’re expensive.
One more pro-tip, as soon as you get out of jail, go online and get your license replaced. It takes a couple months for your license suspension to go through, so make sure you get a replacement license in the mean time. The cops will not give you your license back. As for the lawyer, he was cheaper than the car and was a huge help. $2700 and he dealt with everything. My advice when it comes to lawyers is get one. Many will offer payment plans so you don’t have to provide cash up front. He made the whole ordeal so much easier and gave me a lot of helpful info, plus knew the prosecutors and had friends among them. I’ll get more into why you need to get a private attorney in later parts. Hiring him was simple. I went to their website and set up an appointment time. Went to his office the day after being arrested, and told him the story. He told me what to expect, let me know what he can do, and we set up the payment plan. The deductible was $200 and he set me up to pay $150 biweekly until the $2700 was paid off. I had trouble paying him back and he said no worries, just get him back by the end of the year.

Part 4: Court, License Suspension, and Legal Advice
If you just got out of jail, be prepared for many months and many court appearances. Thankfully, a lot of court in Bexar County has been moved to Zoom since COVID hit and that is still the case today. My roommate is going through it right now, but for a different crime and with a free public defender, so I will be making comparisons in Part 8.
The first court date is just you stating that you are there and willing to follow the orders of your bond, stay in the state, and all that fun stuff. They ask if you’re present and you say you are, then your attorney will introduce him or herself. The next couple court dates are a blur, just mundane conversations with the lawyer and judge. Thanks to having an attorney, I didn’t have to attend 2 of the dates and he took care of the license suspension court. I was suspended for 6 months and could request approval to drive to and from work with a Restricted Drivers License, but I didn’t want to pay for the SR22 insurance. I only drove to and from work over the next 6 months, mounted my front license plate instead of leaving it in my window, and always drove as carefully as possible. Happy to say I made it without any issues. If you do get caught, that could mean additional fees or even being arrested again if the cop is having a bad day.
During this time, my attorney gave me a list of things to do that would look good to the judge. Based on his conversations with the prosecutors, without doing those things I was looking at 18 months probation and 9 months with an interlock. These things included taking 2 different driving courses, getting my friends and family to write letters saying nice things about me, writing a letter saying nice things about myself, donating to the judge’s favorite charities, and I even went ahead and took a SASSI-4. That’s an exam you take that a therapist will review and screen you for substance use disorder and risk. My lawyer decided not to show that one to the prosecutors when my result for “Alcohol and other Drug Problem” was “High probability of substance use disorder”.
I completed everything he gave me and the prosecutors offered a plea deal for 15 months of deferred adjudication probation (which allows me to have my record wiped 2 years after completing probation) and 7.5 months with an interlock. If you live in Texas and are convicted of a DWI for the first time, you are required a minimum 12 months of probation and have to have an interlock installed for at least half of your probationary period. They say a mandatory three days incarcerated too, but this is not true. The likelihood of going to jail for your first DWI once convicted is extremely low. I talk to one guy at the bar a year ago who volunteered 30 days in jail instead of taking a plea deal. That didn’t seem like an option for me, but I wouldn’t have taken it because fuck that. He said he wished he hadn’t.

Part 5: Conviction
I voluntarily decided to get sober in September and started attending AA meetings. I received my 1 month chip the day before my final court hearing and I think this helped my case a ton. My final court hearing had to be in person. My lawyer met with the prosecutors one last time and they settled on their original deal of 15 months probation and 7.5 months on interlock, but agreed to drop me from a Misdemeanor A to a Misdemeanor B because of my voluntary 1 month completion of sobriety with AA.
Once I was called to the stand, my lawyer stood with me and spoke to the judge about my case and the plea deal. She asked me a couple yes or no questions. Make sure you always say “your honor” when you finish speaking as a show of respect. The judge will take your respect of them into account. When all was said and done, and this is why I say having a lawyer is very helpful, I pleaded no contest and the judge sentenced me to 12 months of probation because in her words, “that’s as low as I can go”, which told me she would have gone lower if she could, 6 months on interlock, and agreed to dropping me to a misdemeanor B. I wanted to bear hug my lawyer after we left the court. Thanks to him and to my efforts based on his recommendations, and my personal decision to attend AA and get sober, I was dropped from 18 months of probation and 9 months on interlock to just 12 months of deferred adjudication probation and 6 months of an interlock. I am so thankful to the judge for having some mercy on me.
After court, I went to the probation office to get registered, and my first meeting was scheduled for a month later.

Part 6: Probation
Since I had completed all of those things my lawyer suggested I do (all except the donating to the judges charity because I was broke), I had the certification already completed for the mandatory classes. Also, and this one is weird and totally up to the judge, because I was vaccinated for COVID, she dropped 20 hours from my 45 hours of community service. I don’t know why, but I’m not complaining.
My first probation meeting went well. I seem to have a good PO. She did make me aware that I had to give 3 months notice for any planned travel outside of the state, but I travel for work frequently, and usually only get 3 days to 2 weeks notice before I have to fly out, and I work outside of the country on occasion. I contacted my lawyer and he was able to get the judge to approve an Order for Travel, allowing me only 48 hours notice to my PO if I am traveling anywhere inside or outside of the country for work with a mandatory drug test within 24 hours of returning home. Once again, thank you lawyer. A free attorney would have taken months to get this approved, but it only took my attorney a week.
I’m nearly half way through my 12 months of probation, and so far I haven’t had any issues. Every drug test is clean, my certification was approved, she set me up to do my community service at the animal shelter, and that’s it! Almost… I did have to take an alcohol and drug evaluation and, like the SASSI, the counselor who evaluated me, said I have a high probability of a substance use disorder. Pro-tip, if you had a beer while on probation, even if it was just one, don’t admit that… She talked me up and was being super friendly, then asked when the last time I purchased alcohol was and my dumbass admitted to having a beer with some pizza earlier that month. Now, I have to complete a month long $500 outpatient substance abuse treatment program. I start that next week.

Part 7: Interlock
Per my plea deal, I have to have an interlock installed on my car for 6 months and had a month after my court date to get it installed. I shopped around and ultimately went with SmartStart because they had the closest location to me. That was the only reason. The reviews for every company are all equally bad. I’ve had it for almost 5 months, and I can genuinely say this is the worst part of the punishment. These thing drives me insane. I’m required to blow into it 3 times a day, even if I’m not going anywhere. I’ve had to have the technicians fix something with it twice now. The first time it locked me out even though I wasn’t in my car, the second time it kept disconnecting and I couldn’t start my car unless I fiddled with the wires.
I also had someone break into my car a couple months ago, and that dumbass stole the camera. They probably thought it was a security camera, but it is definitely not. The camera only turns on when you are blowing into the device, just to make sure you are the one blowing into it and not cheating the system by having someone else blow into it. You are responsible for any damages to the device, so that ended up costing me $300 dollars to replace plus an additional $90 for the install. That brings me to my next issue… You have to have the device calibrated once a month. Calibration means they download all of the data on the interlock device and send it to your PO. It will record any time you blew dirty, got a warning (this happens if you are close to .025 BAC), didn’t blow when it alerted you while driving, or got a lockout. And it costs $90 each time. I'm looking at 6 months of interlock costing around $1000.
This past month, I started having an issue with my battery and found that the car will completely lose power and I have to adjust the negative terminal to get power back. This wouldn’t be the worst thing ever, and it isn’t the fault of the interlock, but if I get into my car and it has power, and I blow, sometimes the car will lose power when I try to start it. This causes the interlock device to freak out when I get power back to my car, and it won’t allow me to start the engine even though it isn’t asking me to blow. I have to turn my car off, disconnect and reconnect the unit, then sit there for 10 minutes with the battery disconnected before I can reconnect it, blow into the interlock, and finally start my car. This thing is nothing but an expensive pain in my ass.
Just a little over a month left and I can say goodbye to this little piece of shit. Provided my PO doesn’t take a long time to get the request for removal and the judge doesn’t take a long time to respond. That’s my final issue. Even though there was the agreement made in court that I only had to have it for 6 months, I can’t just get it removed once I hit the 6 month mark. I have to get approval for it to be removed and this can take anywhere from a couple days to a couple months depending on how backed up the judge is. According to my PO, the judge is very backed up. It took one of my friends nearly 2 months to get approval to have hers removed. That whole time you still have to use it as normal and go in for monthly calibrations. Our court system is so convoluted.

Part 8: Private Attorney vs Public Defender
Whatever you do, do not use a public defender. If there is any possible way you can afford an attorney, do that. Even if you have to take out a loan, HIRE AN ATTORNEY. My roommate is using a public defender for the trouble she’s in, and it has been nothing but a pain in the ass. They are overworked and will only do the bare minimum for you. My attorney was so easy to contact, went out of his way to help, covered court dates for me, got a great deal with the prosecutors, and gave me tons of helpful advice. Plus he was able to help with the work order and have it approved in a week after I completed court.
My roommate’s attorney is nearly impossible to contact, and when she finally does get a hold of him, he has no idea who she is or what is going on with her case. He’s always asking her to remind him of what happened last, and asking his assistant questions too. He got the prosecutors to agree to consider dropping her case after her first court date and all they needed was her hospital records to review since she was arrested on domestic dispute charges for taking the fall for her abusive ex. She was also arrested on a warrant for missing her court date, which means she is currently on full house arrest. For the past 3 court dates, her attorney has forgotten to give the prosecutors her hospital records.
She also requested partial house arrest so she can return to work but the attorney is dragging his feet on that too. She has now been out of work for 5 months and can never get a straight answer from him when she asks if she can go to work yet. Her place of employment has rehired her twice now, but she keeps getting removed from their system because it is taking so long. It seems this second time was the last straw, because now they won’t contact her back, and she can only get approved for partial house arrest if she has employment and a schedule to prove. It feels like going in circles with this guy, and she’s extremely depressed and defeated, and I’m footing all of the bills because I’m nice and love her. But holy fuck I am BROKE.
Please, for the love of all that is good, hire a private attorney, otherwise you’re probably going to get a shit plea deal, the absolute minimum amount of help, and be stuck to navigate the court system on your own. I regret not hiring an attorney for her, because she would have had her charges dropped back in January if it wasn’t for this shitty public defender, could have gone back to work, and she would have made back what the lawyer cost a month later. Don’t put yourself through that if you don’t have to.

Part 8: Conclusion/TLDR
Anyway, if you made it this far, congrats. If I was helpful in any way, I am glad I could share. This took me a solid 3 hours to write. If you didn’t make it through, here’s the TLDR or a summary for those of you who did read most, if not all of it;
I got in an accident with a curb after blacking out and was arrested for a DWI. I declined to blow, but was given a blood test about 4 hours later, resulting in a .21 BAC. My license was suspended for 6 months because I refused the breathalyzer, although I would still recommend refusing just in case. It’s easier for a lawyer to get a dismissal on a blood test, plus there's a chance you’ll sober up enough to be under the legal limit by the time they get the warrant for the blood test. Make sure to get a replacement license as soon as you get out of jail, because it’ll take a couple months before your license is suspended.
Push for a PR bond if this is your first time being arrested and you have a clean record. The county will pay your bond and you just have to pay a fee. My bond was $1000 and I had a $70 fee. Do not accept a public defender if you can avoid it. Hire a lawyer. If you want all the details of why, you can read that in Part 7. Thanks to my lawyer and his recommendations, my charge was dropped from a Misdemeanor A to a Misdemeanor B, went from 18 months of probation and 9 months on interlock to 12 months and 6 months, and got a work travel order permitted in a week.
He was also able to get me a plea deal for deferred adjudication probation, which means you don’t get officially charged until you complete probation, and can have your record expunged after 2 years of completion. That’s great, because having a DWI on your record can be extremely limiting. You can’t go to Canada for 10 years, can’t rent a car, might not be approved for TSA PreCheck, employers will see it on a background checks, landlords and universities can see it too, and your insurance goes up. Get that expunged as soon as you can.
And finally, I wanted to put all of the costs together, including my extra costs and possible costs for anyone curious of the total.
Car Stuff - $11 for license replacement, $400 to have removed from Impound and towed to a shop, $700 on suspension repairs, estimated $3400 for body work. Total = $4511
Court/Probation Fee's - $70 for PR Bond, $2500 in court/probation fees, $120 for DUI courses, $10 a service hour, so $250 total if I don't do community service, outpatient therapy is $500. Total = $3440
LawyeInsurance - $2700 in lawyer fees, $250 for Restricted Driver License, around $800 for SR22 insurance for 6 months Total = $3750
Interlock - $540 for 6 months of calibrations, $390 for stolen camera, $90 for removal. Total = $1,020
Expunging Record - $600
Total cost when all is said and done - $13,321
Needless to say, I should have taken a $30 Uber. But hey, I've learned a lot because of what I did and there is nothing I can do but make the best of it. You can do this too. This is just one shitty hurdle in life, but you can overcome and move past it with time and effort. Thanks for reading.
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2023.03.20 22:41 GorillaRimjob Trying to find a mugshot

I have the booking information from the Travis County Shariff’s Office website, and the arrest was made by APD. I went to ADP’s online booking photo database and it says the latest available date is before March 6. This was an arrest made on the 19th, where can I find the mugshot?
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2023.03.20 20:11 EuphoricAd68 Here’s Why An Underground House Is The Ultimate Off-Grid Home

Once you find the perfect spot of land to enjoy a more self-reliant lifestyle, it is time to start building a home. A traditional brick and mortar home or a modular might be the easiest choices, but several types of unconventional dwellings offer far more opportunities to employ more sustainable and defendable systems on the property.
Earth berm homes utilize the architectural process of using soil against multiple walls to garner thermal mass. The practice reduced heat loss and helps sustain a steady temperature inside the home. Earth berm homes have become a favorite among off-the-grid families because they enhance the ability to use passive solar power, even in colder climates. Although the earth berm homes have become extremely popular in the past decade, they have been around since folks started gathering rocks and logs to craft shelters.
Types of earth berm homes
There are basically three different types of earth berm homes: 1) earth-covered, 2) earth-bunded, and 3) subterranean.
Earth berm homes are often built into a hillside or slope, but sometime are constructed after land is excavated and the house is set below ground. In addition to generating thermal mass to help reduce energy consumption and costs, the earthen wall coverings also provide added protection for the home. Earthen homes are often touted as being quitter, the soil against the exterior walls help in reduce outside noise. From a defensive standpoint, the home is reportedly easier to defend when one or more walls, or the roof, are pressed against a hillside or slope.
From a fire prevention standpoint, earth berm homes also have distinct advantages. When the homes themselves are built out of storage containers or poured concrete walls, the fire prevention aspect is further enhanced. When designing an earth berm home, concerns regarding lack of light and fire safety should be a top priority during the initial stages of the planning process.
I recently toured an earth berm home in southern Ohio owned by Selena and Randy Yates. Selena and her late husband Frank Pittman built the home about 30 years ago. When Frank was in the process of convincing Selena that an enhanced thermal mass dwelling was the way to, he found an existing earth berm house also located in Vinton County, for her to view. Being an incredibly sweet and giving woman, Selena readily agreed to her husband’s dream home, with one provision – he did not put dirt above her head.
Although Selena is not claustrophobic, the thought of essentially being buried did not appeal to her at all. Unlike Selena, I am incredibly claustrophobic, and got a bit anxious at the mere thought of touring their home.
My visit had a two-fold purpose: First as research for off-the-grid living home styles, and second because my own husband wants our next home to be an earth berm. I want a shipping container house with an atrium for my tortoises, so we decided upon a combined approach, providing I “survived” being inside Randy and Selena’s house. I was pleasantly surprised about the cozy yet unconfined atmosphere inside the house. The home is earth berm on two sides and built into a hillside. The house once had soil on three sides, but once Nick came along, Selena wanted a clear view of him playing outside in the yard, so the soil covering was removed and an enclosed porch added. The area is still incredibly warm with the back of it still being nestled against the hillside. The heat and humidity inside the enclosed porch make it a perfect place for growing plants, and to take a soak in the hot tub and watch the snow fall.
Randy and Selena recently added a new metal roof to the home, and now wish they had added skylights to the project – and are considering adding them. Randy is a postal carrier by trade, but a local hero by nature. As a member of the all-volunteer fire force which serves the county, he is concerned about an escape if a blaze does break out inside the home. Although earth berms are less of a fire hazard than conventional homes, Randy was quick to point out that if a fire starts and his brethren enter the home with hoses, steam will quickly be created and anyone in the back bedrooms could get scorched quickly, in addition to the smoke inhalation they could already be suffering from.
Doesn’t feel closed-in
The bedrooms pressed against the hillside did not appear dark or confined even though there were no windows in the room. A person who thoroughly enjoys quiet and darkness when going to sleep will likely love having an earth berm bedroom. The kitchen inside the Yates’ home is also part of the earth berm wall of the home, but does not feel dark or closed in, either. The wall which was removed does border the kitchen and dining area, but even before the soil was removed, the large glass double-door entryway likely provided ample light into the cooking and eating area.
The enigmatic Randy had another important word of warning about earth berm home construction: Never put a swimming pool on the level ground behind the home. Several years ago, right after installing a new pool liner, the Yates’ pool collapsed while people were floating around in it cooling off. Water from the pool was able to seep over the concrete walls where the roof adjoins. The couple sustained some water damage, and learned a valuable lesson they wanted to share with others considering building an earth berm home.
The earth berm combination shipping container home my husband Bobby is designing for us is going to make good use of the thermal mass for food growing and preservation purposes. The home plan we worked on for hours and finally agreed upon involves two of the shipping containers being placed against earth berm walls. An expansive pantry, storage room, and workshop will be housed inside parts of the storage containers. One wall of an enclosed porch will also be an earth berm. The room will provide a warm and humid location for my Sulcata tortoises to winter and for year-around crop growing.
I am very excited about following Survival Gardener Rick Austin’s Camouflaged Greenhouse design and sustainable heating plan so we can grow not only crops typically found in our region during summer months, but also so we can add miniature citrus trees and coffee trees, as well.
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2023.03.19 18:55 Huckleberry9220 Beau Garrett Heller

Beau Garrett Heller
Birth: March 8, 1976
Disappearance Location: Duarte, California
Disappearance Date: January 29, 2005
Age at time of disappearance: 28
Hair: Blonde
Eyes: Hazel
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 150-165 pounds
Sex: Male
Race: White
Beau Garrett Heller was last seen around 8PM on Saturday, January 29, 2005 in the 200 block of Opal Canyon Road in Duarte, California. He was wearing a white t-shirt, large blue jeans, active sportswear with the Active logo or tag, and sneakers. He was last seen on a blue makeshift bicycle and may have been carrying a blue backpack.
On the day of his disappearance, Beau left his home after getting into a disagreement with his family. He told them he planned to go hiking and cycling along the San Gabriel River in Azusa Canyon. He has never been seen or heard from again.
Beau's bicycle was found along a trail near the San Gabriel River.
In 2018, authorities announced that they received a tip of possible remains in the east area of the riverbed that's across from Encanto Park. Authorities have already searched the area three times with no results, but officials stated the search area would be widened. Unfortunately, nothing was found.
Beau's family says it is very uncharacteristic of him to leave without warning. At the time of his disappearance, Beau was a student at Citrus College.
Authorities believe Beau's disappearance is suspicious in nature. They also believe he was murdered and buried in the riverbed. His case remains active and unsolved.
If you have any information on the disappearance or whereabouts of Beau Garrett Heller, please contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department at 626-285-7171 or your local FBI office. ** I do all the research myself and the information on the case is from online sources and may or may not be correct.

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2023.03.19 07:46 Rough_Assignment2516 Election 2024 South Carolina National - Citrus County Chronicle

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2023.03.18 17:53 vixenlion I took this photo at a car show night. Guess what city in citrus county.

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2023.03.18 17:13 chairman_of_thebored My son got his first turkey this morning. Citrus County FL Osceola

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2023.03.18 12:30 sixxfeetvunder Did the Jameson experience in Midleton Ireland, I’ll open this bottle when the time is right.

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2023.03.18 07:15 tonnie_taller Florida undercover operation leads to arrest of 12 men in connection with alleged sexual activity with minors

Authorities in Florida have arrested 12 suspects who attempted to engage in sexual activity with minors as part of an undercover operation targeting predators. The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office said “Operation Lucky Strike,” a tactical undercover Internet Crimes Against Children, was launched to arrest dangerous cyber predators who attempt to have sex with children. While … Continue reading Florida undercover operation leads to arrest of 12 men in connection with alleged sexual activity with minors
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2023.03.18 04:36 Commandmanda Urgent Care Report: 3/16 - 3/17/2023

Sarasota, DeSoto and Charlotte counties are now the only counties in the "Medium" range for Covid cases at this time according to the CDC.
Citrus, Hernando, Pasco and Sumpter Counties are still experiencing "High" levels of transmission, as are Glades, Highlands, and Collier Counties. Various other spotty Northern and Northwest Counties are still up there, too. To see the map, go to the CDC Community Levels for Florida page and select "Transmission Levels" in the data set.
As for Pasco, our clinic has been seeing one positive patient per day. These patients have usually been exposed by a member of their family who has tested positive, have sinus pain and fatigue, some muscle soreness, and low level fevers that refuse to budge no matter how many analgesics are taken.
The mystery bronchitis continues to plague both young and old now. We had one patient who described getting a runny nose with back drip for one day, and the day after developing a most fearsome cough that surprised the heck out of us. To have such a deep, wet, raspy, crackling cough overnight seemed pretty unbelievable.
Most of our "bronchial" patients describe a cold that has lasted way too long. They arrive in a state of absolute anger and frustration. Nothing seems to work to alleviate their suffering. The seniors take home the same litany of cough medications, steroids as they would for COVID,, and occasionally receive antibiotics, while the younger set get the above rather infrequently, being given a sinus/cough-combo medication.
Despite COVID being seemingly rare these days, we are still sending numerous patients to the ER, but now it's usually for intense abdominal distress. We handed out airsick bags like candy recently. Whether it is Norovirus or some other situation like minor food poisoning, we cannot tell. What we have encountered are patients who are dangerously dehydrated. They have to go to the hospital for testing and IV therapy. Our usual ER numbers have been around five or so a day, matching what we had seen with Covid during a spike. Somewhat alarming.
My advice: wash your hands frequently with warm to hot water and plenty of soap.
Wear your masks, and see what awaits us after this week. There's sure to be a hump in all sorts of cases, whether COVID related or not.
Be safe!
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2023.03.15 22:42 Kooky_Ad_665 Trapboii locked up

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2023.03.13 01:11 Different-Sherbet713 Orange Runtz - African Orange x Gelato X Zkittles

Orange 🍊 Runtz Untrimmed Flower

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Great for Anxiety, keeping focused during the day, Relaxing mental state, help to diminish stress levels by uplifting mood. These strains with this type of sativa can also help people with anti social issues become more sociable. This is an important thing to denote as Asiatic Sativa's and OG Sativa Hybridization often are strains I WOULD NOT reccomend as a sociable strain. For example, I wouldn't reccomend Green Crack to. A Novice user who wanted a strain to go the party on. I find the more sociable Sativa's are the south American and African strains. Another example is Black Beauty & Durban Poison, both from south Africa where Malawi hails from as well. Malawai Specifically is derived from genetic of the Santa Cruz Mountains Of South Eastern Africa. 
Zkittles x Gelato crossed over African Orange which is Heirloom Malawi x Agent Orange 🍊
 I also found a genetic book keeping of the African Orange genetics hybridization from Mendocino County 2017 F 1 Hybridization 
 I really Wana try the Orange Gorilla Princess l, GG4, African Orange, cinderella.99, that sounds amazing to me. Or the Orange ROMULAWI. 
F2 Hybridization Mendocino Co. 2020 -Oakland Orange -Oramge Banana Ray - Orange Biscotti - Orange Butter - Orange Runtz - Saturn Citrus -Gojo OG - CAKE bouquet - African Sherbert - African Nectar - African Fire
 The Sativa Genetics Come.through so nicely and without the Freak out note IMO because these Sativa Genetics Aren't specifically from the asiatic sativa or OG lineage. I find that African and south American Sativa's are less tactically psychoactive than those from Asia. I just nownrealizwd that's a northern southern hemisphere separation. Idk why there would be a variation in hemispheres but that's just an observation in addition to that south American Sativa's uplift the mood moreso than ones energy. These genetics come from Jack the Ripper And Orange Velvet. 
This is what Imdica Dominant hybrid and is crossed over African Orange which is a sativa leaning hybrid, pushing sativa expression into this phenotype. A lovely woody, earthy pine lemon cleaner note dominated by a woodsy lemon pine very unique, almost to glue but not quite and not a pine sol type smell either, something in between. It has a little bit of floral note accenting the woodsy lemon pine as well. Rounded bud structure that is.only slightly elongated causing some semi dense slightly fluffy aerated bud structure to form. The tricomes on this bud are a mixture is indica Clear fat headed ball ripped.indica crystals and slightly milky smaller bulb tipped sativa crystals, I will post. A vid soon of the tricomes under magnification. Pistol development is the same as everything else, looks indica dominated but does have a hint of sativa scraggliness as well as lighter orange on the burnt orange indica color, IMO lightened up by the sativa color hairs of the African Orange genetics. I would say this as 50/50 or I would be more.comfottable actually labeling this as 55/45 sativa preference. This is different than Runtz in general which pushes off with a much more potent indica experience. I can't wait to try it as I believe it'll be a stone the eyes were. Grow West Cannabis Company Grow West Cannabis Dispensary
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2023.03.12 21:29 Far_Initiative3477 Father Peter Burns, close friend of the Sinthasomphone family - 2nd degree sexual assault conviction

Father Peter Burns, close friend of the Sinthasomphone family - 2nd degree sexual assault conviction
Have a look.
He's a de-frocked pedophile Catholic priest who was first accused of fondling teen boys in 1987. He even spent time in a work-release program, just like they told us Jeff did. In fact, his rap sheet for this looks very similar to what they've claimed about Jeff.
And he was a close friend of the Sinthasomphone family.
Here's a 104 page PDF containing tons of relevant information related to his conviction for second-degree sexual assault. You'll find clear documentation in there about his conviction, etc.
Burns was doing things like stripping down to bikini underwear, getting in bed with boys, fondling them, jumping in the shower and grabbing their penises, etc.
The police believed that he may have been alone with the Sinthasomphone boys:
Of course, he had been alone with those boys. This guy was a predator who never stopped. Notice the mugshot here is from 2011.
One of the molested boys even died:
This is what a second-degree sexual assault conviction looks like on paper:
The prosecutor in the Dahmer case was E. Michael McCann, a close friend of the Milwaukee Archbishop:
McCann also appeared oddly compromised by his close relationship with former Milwaukee Archbishop Rembert Weakland.
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2023.03.11 18:08 Lacerat1on What's stopping a rail connection from Pomona to lake Elsinore and beyond

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