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UPDATE: Lil Wayne may be in better condition than originally reported by TMZ, as he is now conscious and with friends and family.
Lil Wayne is in ICU in critical condition after suffering yet another seizure, it doesn’t look good. Wayne is being prepared for his last rites … with his family surrounding him to say their goodbyes.
Lil Wayne’s mother is currently on a plane flying to Los Angeles — and we’re told all major decisions about Wayne’s health (including the decision to discontinue life support) will not be made until she arrives.
Wayne was rushed to the hospital again, but this time he did not stabilize. He was taken to ICU, where he was placed in restraints because he was shaking uncontrollably.
Lil Wayne is currently “unstable,” and has been placed in an induced coma. He is breathing through tubes. Several people are at Wayne’s bedside crying, and a number of rap artists and family members are on the way. Sources say the scene is violent as Wayne shakes uncontrollably. There’s evidence Wayne went on a Sizzurp binge after being released Wednesday, because doctors found high amounts of codeine in his system.
Sources said Wanye’s stomach was pumped 3 times to flush the drugs from his system.
Famed bikini model Simone Farrow (aka Simone Starr) has been arrested and charged with running a global drug ring. She’d been on the run, branded an international fugitive, for the last month.
Farrow, who did numerous ads for the Ed Hardy line, was voted one of FHM magazine’s “sexiest women in the world” and was a Penthouse Pet. She was found hiding out in a cheap motel on Australia’s Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Police allege she set up a fake company, and made shipments of drugs — hiding them inside bath products — back to her native Australia using FedEx and the postal service.
Seriously, Lindsay Gaga is looking so photoshopped that for all we know, there could have originally been a man in that picture. I’m guessing the million dollars was for the cost of fixing the pics in the cutting room or airbrushing. Remember when she looked pretty in the “Mean Girls” days? You know, before the drugs and the lesbian-ness, and the general rinsing out LA seems to give the more naive girls? Yeah. Anyways enjoy the full show while the pics are up. Take a bag with you.
Three men from the GTA will be answering to drug charges after police recovered 2426 pot plants in a greenhouse on Charlotteville Road 8. They have each been arrested and charged with Production and Possession for the Purpose Schedule II over 3 kg of the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
A note to those looking to deal drugs in Caledonia – don’t do it while police watch. Four people did just that and are now facing charges. On Friday evening, police watched as they believed drug deals were happening on Argyle Street in Caledonia. (Wait, isn’t this the street of the native terrorism is going on at DCE?) One tard was arrested at the scene after the deals went down and another ran off. About 20 minutes later, the three other suspects returned to the scene and were arrested as well. Charged are 19 year old Shawn Mount of Hamilton with trafficking and possession of cocaine; 20 year old Neil Guyatt and 21 year old Charles Overholste of Caledonia were charged with possession of marijuana; and 26 year old Adam Kupczak of Caledonia is charged with possession of cocaine. None of the four were charged with being retards for trafficking in a high police visibility area; if that were an offense, all four would be guilty.
Tobacco use isn’t down hardly at all, according to Toby Barrett, the MPP for Haldimand-Norfolk. Barrett says nearly 40 per cent of tobacco smoked in the province is from illegal sources – due to a direct lack of enforcement. Barrett goes on to say why would any smoker shell out $50-$70 a carton when they are available for between $6 and $20. Barrett says high taxes are the main culprit and he is calling for similar cuts that helped solve this problem back in the 90′s. While the McGuinty Liberals are touting their tobacco policies are responsible for a decline in smoking, Barrett says 75 percent of this ‘decline’ is actually people just buying illegal smokes.
Lets face it – Toby gets it. All you need to do is hit up Indian Line Road, or any of the main roads around six nations to know this. these roads are busier than ever, carrying carton after carton of unlicensed, unchecked, untreated smokes where the government is getting nothing in return for them. Meanwhile, none of the age rules apply; I’ve heard story after story of parents being able to send their child in to “buy smokes for them.” Where is the enforcement of the age rule there?
Not to mention – buying illegal native smokes mean you are sponsoring the terrorism currently underway in Caledonia and Brantford. So McGuinty – fix it. Now.
Two Toronto men have been busted for selling cocaine in Brantford. The pair were arrested after being observed by officers on Fairview Drive. In the bust, Police seized over 21 grams of crack cocaine worth around 21 hundred dollars. 28 year-olds Kevin Forbes and Samora Edwards now face multiple charges including: Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking, and Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.
A man is dead after being tasered by Norfolk OPP. Police responded to the intersection of Fishers Glen Road and Front Street around 10:30 am where 36 year old Jeffery Mark Marreel was causing a disturbance. Marreel was tasered around 10:30am but did not show any signs of physical distress until an hour later. Marreel was then taken to Norfolk General Hospital where he died around 12:30pm. Sergeant Pierre Chamberland says police would not have engaged Marreel unless it was necessary. Drugs may also be a factor, as Mareel’s father noted that Jeffery had a history of drug abuse.
TAMPA – Police say a man named God was arrested near a Tampa church for selling cocaine.
Authorities began investigating God Lucky Howard in April, and he was arrested on Saturday. Police say he sold the cocaine to undercover detectives in his neighborhood. When officers searched his home, they reported finding another 22 grams of cocaine and a scale.
Jail records show Howard was charged with several counts drug possession and distribution, which include increased charges for being within 1,000 feet of a church, a school and public housing.