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Weber County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 1058
Inmate Capacity: 888
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 240
Total Staff Salaries: $12,531,506

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WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICEWednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 2:32am
May 19th, 2017

Organized Medicine Urges REJECTION of
Resolution to Support the Use of "Medical" Cannabis

Dear :
The Utah Medical Association (Organized Association for the Physicians of Utah) urges rejection of the resolution for the following reasons:
1. Those pushing this resolution would like to bring whole plant marijuana into Utah. That is what is commonly referred to as “medical” marijuana. It refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness. However, the medical community and the FDA has not recognized the whole plant as a medicine and does not agree with this end run to bring smoking, vapor and other whole plant products into the state.
2. There are at least 113 different cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, including the three most well-known which are cannabidiol (CBD), cannabinol (CBN) and the mind-altering chemical called delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which is the most concerning. Because of this, the effects of cannabis, or marijuana, are not benign. These need to be studied carefully. Bringing in this drug without fully vetting it and studying its efficacy undermines the safety of Utah citizens, particularly children. To believe that legalizing this drug will not increase its use and will not put this product into the hands of Utah children is naïve. If we are to allow cannabis products, of any kind, into the state of Utah, we need to be very careful about what we do and how we do it.
3. Those who are pushing to bring cannabis into the state in this manner do NOT represent Utah physicians and mislead Utah citizens when they claim it is “medical” cannabis. It is not medical and will not be considered medical by the medical community until certain questions are answered. It will not be prescribed by the medical community until we have the following information supplied by valid research and studies: 1) what dose, 2) for what illnesses (efficacy of the product), 3) for which patients, 4) contraindications, 5) interactions with other medications, and 6) side effects. Without this information, IT IS NOT MEDICAL; IT IS JUST HERBAL OR RECREATIONAL. It is also illegal so to push the GOP to support it is a push to get the GOP to bypass both the law and the process by which a product is approved as a medicine. Whole plant marijuana is no different than any other illegal drug and should not be treated different, until the medical community approves the product as an end product. Pushing the use of the so called “medical” marijuana otherwise is no different than using other illegal drugs or other types of products to self-medicate. TO CALL IT MEDICAL AND PUSH IT AS SUCH IS DISINGENUOUS. The real debate is about recreational marijuana, which is what is really being pushed, in the guise of a medical debate.
4. While there are anecdotal stories that indicate that cannabis-based medicines have some effect, those stories do not replace the need for true scientific study and appropriate research which we fully support and are pursuing in the State of Utah with the help of the Utah legislature. We have also been working with some of our Congressional offices to make the research process go faster and have been working with researchers at the University of Utah who have research grants for these projects. This step should not be bypassed.
5. Those who want to push, through a referendum or a resolution to the GOP, are misleading both the GOP and the citizens as to their motives. The motives are not based on medical knowledge, scientific knowledge or even a wish to help Utah citizens, but too often on a wish to make money off the process (production and distribution) by pushing the legalization of marijuana to all 50 states. There are some who just wish to use the product, but these, we find, are not the primary source of the money and push behind this effort.
6. Proponents argue that recent surveys indicate 2/3 of Utahns support medical cannabis. But these limited surveys have been less than unbiased and designed to obtain the sought for results. Using the term “medical cannabis” in the survey biases the results because it misleads the respondents into thinking the medical community has already approved medical use and would know how to prescribe and treat using these substances.
7. We do have an opioid epidemic in the State of Utah, which we and many others in Utah are working to combat. And we are making strides in that effort. The last thing we need to do is bring in another drug without fully vetting it in an appropriate manner as appropriate to treat patients as proven by science, if proven by science. We do not want to see another opioid-like problem in the future because we bypassed the correct channels and were pushed into bringing this drug into the state. It is not benign and it does alter the brain.
8. Proponents say that all needed research has been done and cannabis is wonderful and should be allowed into the State of Utah. There are cannabis products on the market today that can be prescribed and are prescribed as appropriate because of valid research in the past. There are many other cannabis products, however, that were tested and found not to be efficacious. Research continues to happen, and Utah is pushing forward aggressively with its own research which is supported by the medical community.
9. While many states have allowed “medical” cannabis to be introduced and used in those states, passing a law and calling it “medical” again does not truly make it a medicine nor does it mean it is prescribed by the medical community.
10. Just because someone writes a Whereas clause does not make it TRUE. We need not refute what is partially true, point out what is misleading or delineate what is absolutely not true in the Whereas clauses in the resolution submitted to the GOP. Suffice it to say that the resolution is misleading and subjective in its goal and is being proposed by those who have no medical credentials and are not physicians.

Allow the medical community to work with the legislature and our Congressional delegation to work through the correct channels to bring cannabis-based products, if efficacious, into the state of Utah that are scientifically-based and that consider the safety of all the citizens of Utah.

Thank you,

Michelle S. McOmber, MBA, CAE
Chief Executive Officer

and the

UMA Board of Directors
Paul N. Clayton, MD, President
Elizabeth F. Howell, MD DFAPA DFASAM, President-elect
William L. Hamilton, MD MBA, Past President
B. Dee Allred, MD, Board Member
Mark N. Bair, MD RPh FACEP, Board Member
Mark R. Greenwood, MD, Board Member
Richard F. Labasky, MD MBA, Board Member
Mark K. Milligan, MD, Board Member
D. Glen Morrell, MD, Board Member
Noel C. Nye, DO, Board Member
Adam R. Taintor, MD, Board Member
WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE added 4 new photos.Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 11:32am
Reposting of a letter from the Justice Department, DEA.
WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE added 4 new photos.Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 11:31am
Repost of a letter from the Utah Sheriff's Association.
WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE shared Weber County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue's post.Friday, May 19th, 2017 at 9:44am
WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE shared Guns Explained's video.Friday, May 19th, 2017 at 1:59am
Sheriff Thompson and Mike Voss of Smith and Edwards go over how a round of ammunition works with the Host of Guns Explained
Guns Explained
Did you know that a bullet is not the same thing as a cartridge? Did you know that gun powder doesn't actually explode?Sheriff Terry Thompson and Mr. Mike Voss of Smith and Edwards teach us all about how a round of ammunition works while teaching us the official names of all the parts. If you have ever wanted a short and clear explanation of the basic parts of a round of ammunition, here is the video for you. Next week, the Sheriff and Mike will be joining us again to go over the basic parts of a firearm and many of the terms you'll hear.Understanding these terms is critical to having a productive conversation about firearms. Please like and share this post so we can educate as many people as possible about firearms.We upload a new episode every week that focuses on firearm education. We'd encourage you to like our page to make sure you see each episode.Special thanks to Smith and Edwards and WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE for helping with this episode!
WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE added 3 new photos.Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at 6:47am

Deputy Lacquay was traveling through Ogden Canyon near the narrows when he spotted a truck pulled off the shoulder. When he got out of his truck, he learned that the vehicle had accidently hit a mother duck and her ducklings walking across the road. The driver was unable to avoid hitting the ducks because of the cement barriers in that part of the canyon.

The driver and deputy then noticed the only two surviving ducklings across the road trying to climb the steep rocky mountain side. Deputy Lacquay was able to safely captured the two and place them in his truck. The Division of Wildlife Resources responded and took the two ducklings. They will be taken to a refuge and integrated with a new family.

This is Deputy Lacquay's last week working for the Sheriff's Office as he will be moving out of state for other opportunities for him and his family. We wish him the best and thank him for his service the past two and a half years.