Monday, November 28, 2011

The Farmers Convenience Store, Maricopa, AZ. . . home to suspected illegal aliens, dope fiends and infectious human waste

Sunday, November 27, 2011, at approximately 9:00 AM I visited the swap meet behind the Farmers Convenience store at 49301 W Papago Rd, Maricopa, AZ 85139. Immediately upon my arrival, I detected the strong smell of marijuana. I also quickly discovered that what appeared to be illegal aliens (U.D.A.'s) were living in filthy squalor in a dilapidated structure located right behind the two story residence that is adjacent to the convenience store.

Also noticed in this area was the foul stench of feces, along with trash scattered all over the ground. Among this trash were beer bottles and what appeared to be the remains of a marijuana cigarette (slang..."joint", "roach").

I have reported, written about, photographed and complained about this disgusting example of humanity on multiple occasions. Apparently, the squeaky wheel has not received any grease, as of yet. This hideous example of what not to have in my neighborhood continues to operate unchecked. I have been documenting and reporting this "human cesspool" since August of 2009.

The residential area to the south of this hub of unlawful acts and poorly behaving "humans" is where I call home. Having such conditions that host such vile activities is completely unacceptable to myself and many others. Conditions like this might be acceptable in the Third World, but they have absolutely no place on my block.

During my latest visit, which lasted all but 30 minutes, I observed a drug deal and several liquor law violations. These events occur on a daily basis and I see nobody making an honest attempt at bringing this deplorable situation to a final solution.

As a direct result of government's failure to enforce laws and ordinances, I will continue to observe and photograph these unlawful acts until I become a bigger nuisance than the Farmers Convenience Store. I may even organize a "citizen's committee" to picket this establishment.

As clearly illustrated by my photographs, the Farmers Convenience Store needs to be shut down for good. This store has become a festering infection on Thunderbird Farms, Papago Buttes,Hidden Valley and surrounding areas.

As of Sunday, November 27, 2011, despite being unlawful, "Spice" was seen on the shelf and for sale, along with other accessories associated with illegal drug use, at the Farmers Convenience Store.

Pot alternative known as 'spice' now illegal in Arizona

Spice, a chemically treated blend of herbs marketed as incense but often smoked as an alternative to marijuana, is now illegal in Arizona.

Gov. Jan Brewer held a ceremonial signing Tuesday for a bill classifying substances used to make spice as dangerous drugs. Anyone caught making, selling or possessing spice can be charged with a Class 2 felony, which carries a minimum four years in prison.

"All law enforcement that we are aware of certainly support the bill and will enforce it and will prosecute under it," said Brewer, who in fact signed the measure into law last Friday.

Synthetic Marijuana (Spice) Bill Signed Permanently into Law; Effective Immediately

The permanent ban has now been signed into Arizona law by Governor Jan Brewer, which takes effect immediately. Synthetic Marijuana (fake pot) was found to be responsible for such severe and sometimes fatal conditions including but not limited to seizures, strokes, high blood pressure, visual disturbances, heart dysfunctions and more. The synthetic Marijuana chemical compounds were found to be 700 times more potent then the authentic substances of the active ingredients in Marijuana.

Bill Montgomery, Maricopa County Attorney stated that those using, possessing or selling this drug should "consider themselves on notice". He vowed to aggressively prosecute those who have been charged or arrested for using, possessing or selling synthetic marijuana; and that this and similar drugs pose a threat to the citizens of Maricopa County.

Arizona State Legislature: ARS 13-3401 Definitions

I'm hopeful that Pinal County will have the same enthusiasm and motivation in going after offenders of this legislation that Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery appears to have.

“I'm a 9th generation American and patriot (1737). My forefathers served in the Pennsylvania Militia. On June 27, 1781, they were called to perform a tour of duty. I'm still protecting freedom and securing the border, 274 years later.” --Harry L Hughes III

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