Thursday, May 10, 2018

Crack and Herion on the streets of Los Angeles | News LA

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How to smoke crack while you are homeless, Live Crack Addicts showing you step-by-step unknowing they were on the hidden Baddboyfilms News hidden Cam

"That's Crack"....Addiction and Homelessness . LAPD always tell people, watch out now, they might be on crack-famous.
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Caught in the act:
 Crystal meth smoking female in her 60s to 70s location was in Woodland Hills, Ca on May 10, 2018 at 6:00pm along Topanga Cyn. / Ventura Blvd. 
Raw Footage: Woodland Hills Homeless smoking crack: 

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Summer is approaching in the West Valley and Police know all about the hike in crime since Christmas 2017 going around in this local area. This report is locally, not all over. We observed locally, we didn’t travel all across the nation to compare. 

Here in the video is a fine example of what you can expect your spare change is going to when you feed or support the homeless people or street residence in the West Valley area, Van Nuys or North Hollywood , around the San Fernando valley and nearby cities within Los Angeles. 

Santa Monica is high in drug addicts on their streets amongst tourist attraction sites like the Santa Monica fishing pier, the Third St Promenade Mall, shopping centers and many you will find locally cropping up around the outer skirts of Santa Monica and Culver City near the La Metro bus lines and train services . Travelers are warned to be careful not to converse with strangers on the bus lines and on trains.

Back in the San Fernando valley, the locals are battling a massive body count of homeless travelers passing through. They squat for a few days then move along. Some have been noticed as taking up residence here in tents along freeways at the 101 and 405 freeway and near Balboa park. When the weather heats up, travelers come to the Malls, and shopping centers, so do the transits. 

The circus is in town around Westfield shopping center and the Topanga Village open air center street walk. Homeless people and ex-felons, ex-convicts and C.D.C.R. State Prison Parolees (mostly males  ages between 23-30 years old) have been  individually dumped out of homeless shelters in North Hollywood and halfway houses, some have AWOL’d from Mental Heath treatment for Adult centers and Chemical Dependency treatment centers, then find themselves struggling to find a safe place to sleep in the roadways and side walks , parking lot sea back alleys . While the addicts will kill for money, they will rob, steal and murder and keep doing these things till they get arrested. 

Case Studies / U.S. Laws about Crack Consumption in humans: 

Crack lung
In crack users, acute respiratory symptoms have been reported, sometimes termed crack lung. Symptoms include fever, hemoptysis and difficulty breathing.

Cocaine is a white powder that comes from the dried leaves of the coca plant that is found in South America. Crack cocaine is a form of the drug that gives a very quick, intense high. Crack is made by cooking cocaine powder with baking soda, then breaking it into small pieces called rocks.

Crack cocaine is often packaged in vials, glassine bags, and film canisters. The size of a crack rock can vary, but generally ranges from 1/10 to 1/2 gram. Rocks can sell for as low as $3 to as high as $50, but prices generally range from $10 to $20.

Crack vs. coke. 
The only difference between the crack and powder forms of cocaine is the removal of hydrochloride, which allows for a higher melting point, and the ability to be smoked. Crack cocaine is typically produced by mixing powder cocaine with baking soda and water over heat.

Crack is a pleasure both powerful and elusive. ... 
Cocaine, in contrast, is a clear high, a stimulant to sociality; do a line and get into some serious play or some pleasurable work. Crack is both spacey and intense. It has the head rush of marijuana or amyl nitrate with the clarity induced by a noseful of powder cocaine.

Smoking crack cocaine also can cause aggressive and paranoid behavior. 
As crackcocaine interferes with the way the brain processes chemicals, one needs more and more of the drug just to feel “normal.” 
Those who become addicted to crack cocaine (as with most other drugs) lose interest in other areas of life.

Prices are not equal in every city in every year, but crack is equally likely to be more or less expensive, and the differences are not large relative to variation in prices of both forms of cocaine between cities and over time. 
... However, crack is not, in fact, cheaper per pure unit than powder cocaine.

How long the effects last and how intense they are depend on the method of use. 
Injecting or smoking cocaine produces a quicker and stronger but shorter-lasting high than snorting. The high from snorting cocaine may last 15 to 30 minutes. The high from smoking may last 5 to 10 minutes

Compulsive crack use develops soon after the person starts using, because the substance is smoked and enters the blood stream rapidly.
 A tolerance develops quickly—the addict soon fails to achieve the same high experienced earlier from the same amount of crack cocaine.

Crack cocaine was first developed during the cocaine boom of the 1970's, and its use became enormously popular in the mid-1980s, particularly in urban areas.2 Today it remains a very problematic and popular drug, as it is inexpensive to produce, and is much cheaper to purchase than powder cocaine.

Crack, a form of cocaine that is sold as “rocks” and smoked, first appeared in large U.S. cities around 1985. Crack became a popular alternative to cocaine in urban and working-class areas because it was much cheaper than cocaine. This led to a dramatic increase in crack use known as the “Crack Epidemic of the 1980s.

Drug experts still do not agree on the path charted by crack across the country. 
Some do indeed believe that crack was created on the West Coast. The DEA reports that crack cocaine was first identified in Los Angeles in 1981, when it was also found in Houston, Miami, and San Diego.

The 5 Most Addictive Substances On Earth
  • Nicotine. Nicotine, the highly addictive substance found in tobacco products, is the most common addiction in America. ... 
  • Barbiturates (“downers”) These substances are typically used to treat anxiety and induce sleep
  • Cocaine
  • Alcohol
  • Heroin

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Monday, April 9, 2018

2 injured LAPD Officers involved in a Officer-Involved Shooting, 1 suspect shot dead | Reseda-Woodland Hills News


2 LAPD Officer-involved shooting - suspect shot dead. 

(At the press conference with lapd media relations Officer: Sandoval speaks to the associated press) 
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  Two Officers initiated a foot pursuit of a GTA suspect Monday in Reseda/Woodland Hills area on surface streets as the incident ended in shots fired, Police officer down, Officer needs assistance at the 6400 Block of Corbin Ave. near Victory Bl. Suspect DOA after police shot the 20-year-old man to death, said Lapd Media Relations, Sandoval. 

  The time was 10:05 am as a vehicle matching a description of a stolen vehicle, the LoJack had been activated and a suspect driving it in Canoga Park towards the Woodland Hills area was intercepted by LAPD traffic Officers and the suspect failed to yield officers, then a street police chase occurred. The suspect ran several relights, the police pursuit lasted 7 minutes as the suspect came to the resting place 40 feet North of Victory Blvd. on Corbin Ave where the 20-year-old man bailed. The foot pursuit began and the two traffic officers exited their patrol car at the scene, chasing the GTA suspect north bound on Corbin Ave. towards Hamlin St. which at this time, the shooting began. 

  Suspect was hiding out in an alley adjutant off Corbin Avenue where police said they took a hit in the officer's knee cap and returned fire upon the GTA suspect, striking him with fatal rounds. The suspect was reported by officers as dead at the scene of this crime scene Reseda West Valley and Topanga Police Officers responded for back up. 

  The two officers involved in the Police shooting with the GTA suspect were identified as employed from Topanga Canyon Police Department and are both partners from the same Patrol police car - LAPD Topanga. 

  The suspect was said to of having a possible weapon and there has been a handgun recovered at the scene by police. 

  Police were wearing bodycam’s and those body cameras were turned on during the foot pursuit and that video will be released at a later time after Police have concluded their investigation, Media Relations Lapd Sandoval said. 

  The suspect’s identity is not yet a press release and the body of the suspect will remain on scene till coroner investigators of the Los Angeles Chief Medical Examiner’s Office conclude with their investigation and Robbery detectives from the Los Angeles West Valley Police Department conclude their evidence gathering at this scene. 

  The 2 officers involved in the foot pursuit were transported in a Los Angeles Fire Department rescue ambulance to a nearby hospital for treatment and are reported to be in stable and good recovery as their injuries were not life-threatening. 

One Police officer was reported to have a apparent gunshot wound to his knee while the other Lapd officer involved in chasing the suspect only suffered some scraps and bruising from the foot pursuit. 

  The Reseda officeers-involved shooting started this morning at 10:00am and has Corbin Av. intersection of Victory Blvd and Corbin Av at Vanowen St. shutdown to thru traffic along the 6400 block of Corbin avenue in Reseda Monday. 

  The Coroner on scene with the Lapd had set up a tent in the middle of Corbin Avenue between Hamlin St and Victory Blvd and called it as crime scene. 

After 7pm the streets should be open for thru traffic Monday April 9,  said LAPD Officer Sandoval. 

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