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 1            IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA
 2                  IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF YAVAPAI
 3
 4
 5   __________________________________
                                       )
 6   SHEILA SULLIVAN POLK, in her      )
     capacity as Yavapai County        )
 7   Attorney,                         )
                                       )
 8                                     ) YAVAPAI COUNTY CASE
                   vs.                 ) NUMBER: V1300CV201280342
 9                                     )
                                       )
10   HAWAIIAN HONEY SWIMWEAR, LLC dba )
     HAWAIIAN HONEY, et al., et ux., )
11   et al,                            )
                                       )
12                          Defendants.)
     __________________________________)
13
14
15
16                  BEFORE:   THE HONORABLE MICHAEL R. BLUFF
17                   REPORTER'S TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS
18      ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
                                  DAY THREE
19
20                              Camp Verde, Arizona
                                 August 31, 2012
21                               9:33 o'clock a.m.
22
23   PREPARED BY:                                 PREPARED FOR:
24   M. LISA EDGAR, R.P.R., C.P.                  MS. SHEILA SULLIVAN POLK,
     Arizona Certified Reporter                   YAVAPAI COUNTY ATTORNEY
25   C.S.R. Number 50273
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                                 I N D E X
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 5                         E X A M I N A T I O N
 6   DE KORT, Martin
 7   By Mr. Fields.............................................5
 8   By Mr. Lance.............................................21
 9
10   MANERA, George Robert
11   By Mr. Fields............................................24
12   By Mr. Lance.............................................42
13   By Mr. Fields............................................46
14
15
16   By Ms. Polk..............................................50
17   By Mr. Lance.............................................65
18
19
20   By Ms. Polk..............................................71
21   By Mr. Lance............................................108
22   By Ms. Polk.............................................113
23   By Mr. Lance............................................121
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 1   MABERY, Scott
 2   By Ms. Polk.............................................122
 3   By Mr. Lance............................................142
 4   By Ms. Polk.............................................147
 5   By Mr. Lance............................................150
 6
 7   LANCE, Scott Wesley
 8   By Mr. Fields...........................................157
 9   By Ms. Polk.............................................225
10
11   WARNACUTT, Chuck
12   By Mr. Lance............................................195
13   By Ms. Polk.............................................203
14   By Mr. Lance............................................219
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17                                E X H I B I T S
18
19   Exhibit 40 Warranty Deed Steven B. Wells filed
                July 16, 2003 with Affidavit of
20              Property Value attached.....................156
21   Exhibit 41 Transaction Privilege Tax License for
                The Island Store............................156
22
23   Exhibit 51 Business License Application and Certificate
                for West Lands Productions LLC/ Wes
24              Lance Trading Company.......................153
25   Exhibit 148 AIT Laboratory documents....................152



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 1   APPEARANCES:
 2   For the Plaintiff:                     MS. SHEILA SULLIVAN POLK,
                                            Yavapai County Attorney,
 3
                                            MR. JACK H. FIELDS,
 4                                          Deputy County Attorney,
 5   For the Defendant                      MR. SCOTT WESLEY LANCE,
     Wes Lance dba                          In Propria Persona.
 6   Wes Lance Trading Company:
 7
 8                                            Camp Verde, Arizona
                                              August 31, 2012
 9                                            9:33 o'clock a.m.
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11                               P R O C E E D I N G S
12
                  THE COURT: This is Sheila Polk, Yavapai County
13   Attorney, plaintiff, versus Hawaiian Honey Swimwear, LLC, et
14   al., defendants, V1300-CR2012-80342. We'll note the presence
15   of the plaintiff.
16                  And, Mr. Lance, you are the sole defendant present
17   today.
18                  Okay. Anything as a preliminary matter before we
19   get started, Ms. Polk?
20                  MS. POLK: No, Your Honor.
21                  THE COURT: All right.
22                  Mr. Lance, anything as a preliminary matter before
23   we get started?
24                  MR. LANCE: I would ask for a complete dismissal
25   of this event.



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 1                THE COURT: Okay. Well, I'll let you -- tell you
 2   what; I'll let you make that motion, if you want to, at the
 3   close of the State's case. How's that?
 4                MR. LANCE: Of the day, you mean?
 5                THE COURT: Once the State has finished -- once
 6   the plaintiffs have finished their case, if you want to make a
 7   motion like that --
 8                MR. LANCE: Okay.
 9                THE COURT: -- you can do that.
10                MR. LANCE: Okay. Okay. I just didn't know when
11   to do it.
12                THE COURT: Okay.
13                MR. LANCE: Okay. Thank you, sir.
14                THE COURT: Ms. Polk, you may proceed.
15                MS. POLK: Thank you, Your Honor.
16                DOCTOR DE KORT: Good morning, ma'am.
17                THE COURT: Counsel, you may proceed.
18                MR. FIELDS: Thank you, Your Honor.
19
20           M A R T I N        F R E D E R I C K             D E K O R T,
21   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
22   examined and testified as follows:
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24                           E X A M I N A T I O N
25   BY MR. FIELDS:



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 1      Q.   Dr. Kort, would you state your full name and spell your
 2   last name for the record, please.
 3      A.   Martin Frederick de Kort, D-e-, space, K-o-r-t.
 4      Q.   And you said doctor. You're wearing doctor clothes
 5   today. What kind of doctor are you?
 6      A.   I'm an emergency room physician.
 7      Q.   And where do you work, doctor?
 8      A.   I work at Yavapai Regional Medical Center in both
 9   Prescott and Prescott Valley.
10      Q.   How long have you worked for -- and it's commonly known
11   as YRMC; correct?
12      A.   Um-hum.
13      Q.   How long have you worked for YRMC?
14      A.   I've been there for six years now.
15      Q.   Okay. And you -- you mentioned you're a medical
16   director?
17      A.   Yeah. I'm the medical director of the Prescott
18   hospital.
19      Q.   I see. How long have you served as medical director?
20      A.   Four years now.
21      Q.   Four years?
22      A.   Um-hum.
23      Q.   Okay. Tell us a little bit about your training and
24   experience. Where were you educated as far as medical school?
25      A.   I went to medical school at Georgetown University in



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 1   Washington, DC, and then I trained in emergency medicine at
 2   Maricopa County in Phoenix. And immediately after finishing
 3   residency, I came to Prescott.
 4      Q.   Okay. Let's talk a little bit about what your duties
 5   are as far as the director of the emergency department for
 6   YRMC.
 7      A.   So I oversee all of the administrative side of the ER,
 8   so any kind of patient complaints or issues that arise from
 9   patient care come to me. Any kind of administrative stuff.
10      Q.   You actually perform hands-on medical care?
11      A.   Yeah. I actually do work as a physician, as well,
12   working about 130 to 140 hours a month in the ER of actual
13   patient care.
14      Q.   And you have been doing that for the last four years?
15      A.   Um-hum.
16      Q.   Um, the -- this hearing is about what are commonly
17   called designer or synthetic drugs. Do you understand that?
18      A.   Yes.
19      Q.   And do you -- are you familiar with the term synthetic
20   cannabinoids?
21      A.   Yes.
22      Q.   And are you familiar with the term synthetic
23   cathinones?
24      A.   Yes.
25      Q.   Tell us what your understanding of synthetic



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 1   cannabinoids are.
 2      A.   Synthetic cannabinoids would be what is commonly termed
 3   Spice to our patients who are on the street and that is a
 4   synthetic brand of what is supposedly marijuana, but oftentimes
 5   we don't know exactly what's in it. It's sold as an incense,
 6   in general, and labeled not for human consumption, but is legal
 7   for sale.
 8      Q.   It's your understanding it is legal for sale?
 9      A.   (No oral response.)
10      Q.   Are you aware of the legislation that's been attempted
11   to address this particular substance?
12      A.   Yeah. Both in Arizona and kind of across the country,
13   there's been a movement to try to make these illegal. But with
14   the criminal -- my understanding of it, with the criminal
15   statutes, you have to make a particular compound illegal. So
16   even before the law is passed, generally, they have switched
17   that compound by one methyl group or one little change in the
18   substance and now it's not illegal anymore.
19      Q.   Um, the synthetic cathinones; does that mirror the
20   cannabinoids?
21      A.   Yeah. Except -- it does, except they're more of the
22   methamphetamines or amphetamine-type drugs as opposed to the
23   marijuana-type drugs.
24      Q.   Are you familiar with the effects that these synthetic
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 1      A.   Unfortunately, I'm very aware of the effects they have.
 2      Q.   Tell us why you're aware of the effects of these drugs
 3   on people.
 4      A.   We see a fair amount of people coming to the ER that
 5   there's been -- that have been on these substances. Between
 6   our two ERs, I'd say about on average 10 a week. They are
 7   often agitated, violent, dangerous patients. So they tie up a
 8   lot of our resources and we become very aware of them when they
 9   get there.
10      Q.   Let's explore a little bit more on how -- first of all,
11   how are you aware that they're taking these kinds of substances
12   when they present at the emergency room?
13      A.   That's a -- that's a big problem in and of itself,
14   because with the common street drugs cocaine, PCP,
15   methamphetamine, we have a drug screen that we can run on urine
16   that'll say whether they're on these drugs or not.
17                Unfortunately, that drug screen does not cover
18   these synthetic drugs, so without an expensive send-out lab
19   that we actually have to send down to Phoenix and it takes a
20   week or two to get back, we really have no way of proving that
21   somebody is on these.
22                So, you know, a significant amount of patients
23   will admit to using them when they come in. But we have
24   another fair amount of patients that come in very agitated, and
25   -- and we don't know what is wrong with them and everything is



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 1   normal. And in the end, we kind of surmise that it was
 2   probably Bath Salts or Spice or one of these synthetic drugs.
 3      Q.   Okay. So the diagnostics are -- are a little bit
 4   difficult with -- with people there unless they admit the use;
 5   is that -- would that be a fair statement?
 6      A.   Very, very difficult. Yes, that's true.
 7      Q.   Let's back up a minute.
 8                When you're able to ascertain or at least
 9   reasonably assume that someone has taken synthetic cannabinoids
10   or cathinones, what kind of physical symptoms do you see?
11   Let's set aside the -- the behavioral symptoms for a moment.
12                What kind of physical symptoms are typical for
13   patients who are presenting -- and I'm going to preface this by
14   kind of making an assumption that people are presenting to the
15   emergency room because something is wrong with them.
16      A.   Yeah.
17      Q.   What kind of symptoms do you see?
18      A.   The most common ones we're seeing are extreme states of
19   agitation. We're seeing a fair amount of visual or auditory
20   hallucinations as well. We see patients performing what is
21   called formication, where they see bugs in their skin that
22   aren't really there and they've basically picked apart their
23   skin trying to get these bugs out.
24                We see a lot of abnormal vital signs. Their heart
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 1   Their blood pressure is elevated.
 2      Q.   Okay. Are there particular dangers that these people
 3   would be facing from elevated heart rate or blood pressure?
 4      A.   Yes. Similar to -- similar to any kind of a stimulant,
 5   methamphetamine or cocaine, it can predispose you to heart
 6   dysrhythmias. There's not enough data to say for certain
 7   that's the case, but based on our history and experience with
 8   other illegal substances, we can surmise that these people are
 9   at risk from those, whether that's a stroke or heart
10   dysrhythmias.
11      Q.   What about body temperature? Are you seeing any
12   difference in that or any unusual features of that?
13      A.   They do tend to have a slightly elevated body
14   temperature, at least in the literature. That hasn't
15   necessarily been my personal experience with it, but they do
16   tend to have a slightly elevated body temperature.
17      Q.   What are kind of the physical effects that these drugs
18   will have on somebody who's presented to the ER?
19      A.   Such as?
20      Q.   Well, you talked about elevated blood pressure and
21   heart rates. Any kind of issues with excess sweating or any
22   physical issues that have, you know, resulted from self-harm or
23   -- or some kind of behavior that's created initially?
24      A.   Oh, yes, certainly. With the formication, we see a lot
25   of skin infections with these, whether that's from picking at



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 1   their skin, or some people actually inject this under their
 2   skin trying to get it into a vein. If they miss the vein, the
 3   skin can become necrotic and can cause big abscesses and skin
 4   infections.
 5      Q.   In lay terms, what's necrotic?
 6      A.   Sorry. It basically eats away at the tissue. It
 7   dissolves the tissue around it because it's so corrosive. So
 8   when they inject any substance, but in particular Bath Salts,
 9   under their skin and it doesn't go into the vein, it gets into
10   the tissue, the muscle tissue or the subcutaneous tissue, it
11   basically dissolves the tissue that is at the injection site
12   and then that gets infected and causes a big pocket of puss and
13   it can be very dangerous.
14      Q.   The -- let's talk about the behavioral effects a little
15   bit more.
16                 You mentioned that people can come with some
17   delirium and exhibiting violent behavior. Describe that, if
18   you would, in a little more detail.
19      A.   People often come in very agitated, needing to be
20   restrained, whether that's because they are a danger to
21   themselves or a danger to others. You know? They can be
22   trying to tear off their own clothes and running in the
23   streets, so they can be brought to us because of that.
24                 Once they get there, they can become violent
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 1   swinging at them, trying to bite them. So oftentimes, they
 2   need to actually be tied to the bed and we need to give them
 3   medications to sedate them.
 4      Q.   How often in your experience does this occur with the
 5   people that are presenting with -- either you confirmed that
 6   they've taken synthetic cannabinoids and cathinones, or that
 7   you have come to that reasonable conclusion? How often?
 8      A.   I'd say, between our two campuses, maybe 10 times a
 9   week, whether that's, you know -- whether they're there
10   directly for the Bath Salts or as a result of the -- of the
11   synthetic materials.
12      Q.   When you say result" explain what you mean by that.
13      A.   So sometimes people come in because they're acutely
14   agitated. They're brought in by the police because they're
15   exhibiting abnormal behavior.
16                We also see a lot of people that are suffering
17   kind of the downstream effects of using these drugs. Those are
18   the people that have those skin infections or have a secondary
19   effect from using the drugs and now have a bad infection or
20   something else going on.
21      Q.   Can you give us a -- a bad infection is an example of
22   that. Other examples that you can name.
23      A.   With these synthetic drugs, the thing that seems to set
24   them apart from -- or one of the things that seems to set them
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 1   is that the effects are very variable.
 2                So I've seen people that have not used Bath Salts
 3   for, you know, three or four days, but are still exhibiting
 4   these symptoms of extreme agitation, paranoia, delusions.
 5   These are people that had no psychiatric history. They're
 6   normal up until they used them. And now, four days after use,
 7   they're still seeing people that aren't there and seeing bugs
 8   under their skin.
 9      Q.   In your experience, is there any -- any consistency of
10   -- that you can tell from, if you use this product one day,
11   you're going to -- and get this effect, you're going to get the
12   same effect if you use it the next day?
13      A.   It's usually very variable just from the stories I hear
14   from my patients that, you know, maybe they used it for a year
15   or a couple weeks and they were fine. And then one time they
16   used it and just went completely crazy, for lack of a better
17   word.
18                And looking at the literature, nobody really knows
19   why that is, whether that's because they keep changing these
20   compounds slightly and so you're getting different effects,
21   whether it's because it's obviously not a controlled substance.
22   Is it because the concentration of the medication or the -- not
23   the medication, but the cannabinoids are different in there?
24   But, yeah, they can be very variable.
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 1   cathinones?
 2      A.    Yes. I'd say it's worse with the synthetic cathinones.
 3      Q.    Let's talk about -- you talked -- mentioned the term
 4   literature. I -- I assume like a lot of professions I know --
 5   I know we do it as lawyers -- self-education and staying
 6   abreast of what's happening in the field is important.
 7                   Is that true in medicine as well?
 8      A.    Yes, it is.
 9      Q.    Okay. And especially with emergency -- and your
10   specialty is emergency rooms. So these are things that are
11   happening in emergency rooms; correct?
12      A.    Yes.
13      Q.    So how -- how do you try to stay abreast of what is
14   happening with synthetic cannabinoids and cathinones?
15                   Tell us about what kinds of things are out there
16   and what you're seeing.
17      A.    We certainly try to look at other professional
18   journals, and I've heard several lectures on the topic. The
19   problem is is that there's just not a lot of literature out
20   there.
21                   These synthetic drugs have been around for quite a
22   while. They started over in Great Britain, actually, and then
23   came to the US, mainly starting in the southeast. But because
24   it's so difficult to prove exactly what was taken and to --
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 1   is the compound that was ingested.
 2                  There's not a lot of hard data out there of these
 3   are the exact side effects, this is the number of deaths, this
 4   is the number of patients affected because you are basing it
 5   all on the patients' history oftentimes. And we know that a
 6   lot of people are taking these that aren't going to admit to
 7   taking them.
 8      Q.   Are there difficulties that are exhibited in the
 9   literature based upon the differences in the compounds between
10   various types of synthetic cannabinoids or -- or synthetic
11   cathinones?
12      A.   Yeah. I mean, that's -- that's the problem is --
13   that's why we can't test for them is because every time they
14   change that compound, we have to change the test, so that's why
15   there is really no way to test for these because they're --
16   it's changing so frequently.
17                  And then if you look back four or five years when
18   Great Britain first started seeing this problem, they kind of
19   went through the same process in trying to make a compound
20   illegal and then it would change the next week. They'd make a
21   compound illegal, it would change the next week.
22                  So it's been a rampant problem internationally for
23   quite a while.
24      Q.   Are people trying, in the medical community, to get a
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 1   actually happening with the body?
 2      A.   Definitely. At a tox center being run at
 3   Good Samaritan, we've run several studies on this. And they do
 4   have a line that -- where you can call in and say when you have
 5   somebody, and they try to track how many cases of synthetic
 6   cannabinoids and cathinones we have. It's just very difficult.
 7      Q.   I believe you used the term tox center?
 8      A.   Yes. Sorry.
 9      Q.   What is that?
10      A.   A toxicology center, so government-funded, you know.
11   The poison control center is what it's often referred to as
12   where we have toxicologists that can answer our questions or
13   lay peoples' questions when they have issues with any kind of
14   ingestion. They deal with drug use quite a bit.
15      Q.   The -- the lack of really good scientific data and good
16   techniques hinder your ability to diagnose and properly treat
17   in the emergency room?
18      A.   Definitely. At this point, there is no -- there is no
19   literature at all about what the real treatment is for these.
20   There's some suppositions that this is what we think should
21   work, but because we don't know exactly what was ingested or
22   what those effects are going to be of that particular compound
23   on that particular day, we're very limited as to how we can
24   treat these people.
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 1   and -- restrain and sedate.
 2                  Is that -- if they're really experiencing severe
 3   effects, is that the typical treatment?
 4      A.   That is the typical treatment. We've had several
 5   severe cases in Yavapai County, YRMC. We've actually had to
 6   paralyze people, put them on a breathing machine because they
 7   were so agitated that we couldn't control them any other way.
 8      Q.   How many of those kinds of cases?
 9      A.   I'm aware of five, but there may be more.
10      Q.   In what timeframe?
11      A.   In the last year-and-a-half.
12      Q.   Five in the last year? And you described to us that --
13   where you actually sedate them so that they can't breath.
14                  Am I hearing that correctly?
15      A.   Yeah. We actually knock them out to the point where
16   they have no ability to move or think for themselves, and put
17   them on a respirator, a breathing machine, until the medicine
18   -- or the synthetic drug is out of their system and they can be
19   calmed down.
20      Q.   How does that contrast with how you would treat
21   somebody who's exhibiting symptoms of sort of overdose on
22   methamphetamine or marijuana?
23      A.   Methamphetamine and marijuana definitely don't get to
24   that severe state of agitation. We used to see it with PCP
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 1   seen it in the last five years very much.
 2                   But now we've had to do it more and more with
 3   these synthetic drugs. But I'm not aware of ever having to do
 4   that to a patient who ingested methamphetamines.
 5      Q.    Another witness who was here talked about a treatment
 6   for, I believe, opiates, if I understood him correctly. He
 7   described an anti-opiate treatment.
 8                   Can you just tell us about that?
 9      A.    So for opiates, there's a drug called Narcan, which
10   reverses the effects of opiates. It will basically block the
11   opiate at the receptor in your brain and not allow it to affect
12   the body. It's very effective for opiates overdoses.
13                   Unfortunately, there's no such thing for these
14   drugs.
15      Q.    So if I'm hearing the testimony correctly, for things
16   that are illegal, for illegal drugs, there is a known cause and
17   effect, and there's treatments for them; is that correct?
18      A.    Yes.
19      Q.    But for these legal synthetic cathinones and
20   cannabinoids, it's very difficult to diagnose and there is very
21   -- really no standardized treatment that -- other than sedation
22   and restraint?
23      A.    Correct.
24      Q.    Okay. Let's go be back a minute to the effect of the
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 1   these drugs have when patients present with this kind of
 2   delirium and violence. Tell us about that.
 3      A.   Those patients are very resource intensive. By that I
 4   mean they take a lot of our staff to take care of them. So,
 5   you know, in the worst-case scenario where we have to actually
 6   tie those people down and intubate them, I mean, that's now a
 7   one-to-one situation. An E.R. nurse that can normally take
 8   care of five patients is tied up with that patient by
 9   themselves.
10                 Oftentimes, two or three of our nurses are tied up
11   for some point of time between getting an IV in the patient,
12   getting all the meds started. So during that time, those three
13   or four nurses that normally would take care of five patients,
14   they're just taking care of that one. So all of our other
15   patients with non self-inflicted problems, whether that be the
16   heart attack or the stroke or it's appendicitis, they're all
17   out in our waiting room because we don't have the staff to take
18   care of them.
19      Q.   So this delays the -- the treatment of this particular
20   patient will delay or even prevent, in some cases, the
21   treatment of patients who are waiting in the emergency
22   department for other -- that have other issues?
23      A.   I would hope not prevent, but certainly it will delay,
24   yeah.
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 1   a moment?
 2                    THE COURT: (No oral response.)
 3                    BY MR. FIELDS:
 4      Q.     Doctor, in -- in your opinion, do synthetic cathinones
 5   and cannabinoids, particularly those that are sold legally that
 6   have not been outlawed, do they represent a threat to the
 7   public health and safety of this community?
 8      A.     Most definitely.
 9                    MR. FIELDS: Your Honor, I have no other
10   questions.
11                    THE COURT: Thank you. Mr. Lance, do you have any
12   cross-examination, sir?
13                    MR. LANCE: Yeah, I do.
14
15                              E X A M I N A T I O N
16   BY MR. LANCE:
17      Q.     I really appreciate this testimony. It's answered a
18   lot of questions for me.
19                    I'm a merchant. I sell products. And, um, I
20   watch very close to those who I buy it from, so as that I can,
21   you know, at least try to -- to get decent things for these
22   people.
23                    As a doctor, can you tell me that -- I heard you
24   say that many of these people are brought in by the police?
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 1      Q.   Yeah? How many of them have been tased when they're in
 2   this enraged state?
 3      A.   I've personally seen two people that have been tased
 4   because of this, or in that state.
 5      Q.   Yeah. Because of tasing on top of the Bath Salts?
 6      A.   No. Generally, they're -- had to be tased to control
 7   their agitated behavior in the community. Once they get to us,
 8   they're still agitated, not from the tasing, but from the
 9   drugs. That's when we have to sedate them and restrain them.
10      Q.   Um-hum. Have you had any patients die over the -- of
11   this -- these drugs?
12      A.   Yes.
13      Q.   You have autopsy reports and coroner's reports to back
14   that up?
15      A.   You'd have to talk to the medical examiner about that.
16   In my professional opinion, we had two or three separate cases
17   of people who were known Bath Salts users who died with no
18   other known cause. But I'm not the medical examiner, so I
19   would go to them for the real answer.
20      Q.   All right. That's what we'll probably have to do.
21                  I -- I share your concern. And, you know, we have
22   rules on this, you know. And you're right, they keep changing
23   the formula.
24                  Now, wouldn't it be a wise move to leave this
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 1   Would that not be a wise move?
 2      A.   I would prefer they just not have access to it.
 3      Q.   That's always going to be. Go to the computer, any
 4   computer, and you can find a million websites for this stuff.
 5                THE COURT: Mr. Lance, I need you to ask him a
 6   question.
 7                MR. LANCE: Okay. I don't have any more
 8   questions.
 9                THE COURT: Redirect?
10                MR. FIELDS: No, Your Honor. Thank you.
11                THE COURT: You can step down. Thank you very
12   much.
13                THE COURT: Counsel?
14                MR. FIELDS: State calls Sergeant Manera.
15                (ROBERT GEORGE MANERA was duly sworn by the Court
16   Clerk and MARTIN FREDERICK DE KORT left the proceedings.)
17                THE COURT: Counsel, you may proceed.
18                MR. FIELDS: Thank you, Your Honor.
19
20                G E O R G E       R O B E R T          M A N E R A,
21   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
22   examined and testified as follows:
23
24                           E X A M I N A T I O N
25   BY MR. FIELDS:



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 1      Q.   Sergeant, state your full name and spell your last name
 2   for the record.
 3      A.   George Robert Manera, M-a-n-e-r-a.
 4      Q.   And you are a sergeant with the Department of Public
 5   Safety; is that correct?
 6      A.   Yes, I am.
 7      Q.   And how long have you been with the Department of
 8   Public Safety?
 9      A.   Just around 21 years.
10      Q.   What is your current assignment with the Department of
11   Public Safety?
12      A.   I am assigned as the criminal investigations sergeant
13   for Yavapai County.
14      Q.   And describe what your duties entail as the criminal
15   investigations sergeant.
16      A.   Um, the majority of our cases involve narcotics
17   investigations, the load vehicles on our interstates, follow-up
18   for highway patrol officers working narcotics cases throughout
19   Yavapai County, the state and even the nation.
20                We also do follow-up investigation for our highway
21   patrol officers when it comes to fatal traffic accidents,
22   criminal -- criminal activities that highway patrolmen aren't
23   suited to follow-up on.
24      Q.   I see. So as part of your duties, would it be fair to
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 1   that people consume for a recreation basis?
 2      A.    Yes.
 3      Q.    Okay. And do you also -- would it be fair to say that
 4   you, in fact, continue to educate yourself and -- and go to
 5   seminars and other -- read material to keep abreast of recent
 6   trends as far as recreational drugs?
 7      A.    Absolutely.
 8      Q.    Tell us about your knowledge of -- well, let me back up
 9   for a minute.
10                   Are you familiar with the term Spice and Bath
11   Salts?
12      A.    Yes, I am.
13      Q.    Let's -- let's start off with the term Spice. Can you
14   describe, in your experience, what that means to you?
15                   What does that mean when somebody says, here's
16   some Spice?
17      A.    Spice on the street is considered a synthetic
18   marijuana-type drug. Spice is a street term for the actual
19   synthetic cannabinoids that holds the drug.
20                   It's used -- it's been used -- what we've seen on
21   the street is because of drugs that are illegal, people are on
22   probation or parole, have somebody that they report to for drug
23   testing, they have gone to these drugs knowing that they are
24   sold legally to get the effects of these drugs while still
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 1   things like that. That's how we saw a huge explosion,
 2   especially Spice.
 3      Q.   How -- how long -- when you talk about an explosion,
 4   when did you first start seeing this? I believe you used the
 5   term cannabinoids, and we'll go ahead and stick with that term,
 6   if you would.
 7      A.   Sure.
 8      Q.   How -- when did you first start seeing these
 9   cannabinoids?
10      A.   We -- we started seeing it with the PANT, or the
11   Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking Task Force, about two,
12   two-and-a-half years ago. We started to see it a lot.
13                The PANT Task Force was doing a lot of work
14   involving Spice where we were kind of a partner with them and
15   we were assisting them.
16                But about two, two-and-a-half years ago, we really
17   saw, you know, Spice explode out on the street.
18      Q.   And it's your understanding that this is -- these are
19   synthetic forms of marijuana or similar in chemical structure;
20   is that correct?
21      A.   That's correct.
22      Q.   A fair term would be synthetic cannabinoids; would that
23   be fair?
24      A.   That's correct.
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 1   make synthetic cannabinoids illegal in Arizona?
 2      A.     Yes, there have.
 3      Q.     Okay. Describe that for us, if you will.
 4      A.     Early on, the Federal government got involved with
 5   these synthetic cannabinoids, getting an emergency clause on
 6   some of those -- some of the listed chemicals. And then the
 7   State Legislature got on board very quickly, thanks to several
 8   coalitions throughout the state that spearheaded a legislation
 9   to make these cannabinoids illegal.
10                  The problem is these cannabinoids, the chemical
11   compounds change almost daily. Once the chemicals that are
12   illegal and are listed illegal, there is a new chemical
13   substance out there that does the same thing or the same
14   effects on the body, but it does not fall under those legal
15   statutes.
16      Q.     Was there, in fact, an effort in 2011 to make a series
17   of synthetic cannabinoids illegal in Arizona?
18      A.     Yes, there was.
19      Q.     From -- from your perspective as someone who's on the
20   street and familiar with what's happening in drug -- recreation
21   drugs in the community, what happened when that legislation
22   passed?
23      A.     When that legislation passed, if we came across what's
24   street terms are Spice or the synthetic cannabinoids, the first
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 1   and the labels would actually say, do not contain these 10
 2   chemicals that were listed by the Arizona statute. Never said
 3   what it did contain. However, it does say it does not contain
 4   the listed statutes out of Arizona.
 5      Q.   From the time that these -- that that statute allowed
 6   -- outlawing those 10 substances became effective, how long did
 7   it take for these different substances that did not fit in that
 8   category to start appearing on the street?
 9      A.   I believe it was close to about three weeks.
10      Q.   About three weeks?
11      A.   Yeah.
12      Q.   And were you still seeing the banned substances after
13   the legislation became effective?
14      A.   We saw it on occasion, but it was really very rare.
15   Just like anything out on the street, drug users and people who
16   use these substances, they are well aware of what's going on as
17   far as legality, illegal, what tests are being run and what
18   kind of operations that officers do.
19                So then knowing that once something's illegal,
20   that there's another product out there that will do the same
21   thing, they know they can't get in trouble for it. So word on
22   the street's very, very rapid and strong.
23      Q.   You made a statement they do the same thing. Why don't
24   you elaborate on that?
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 1   chemicals that -- cannabinoids that have been outlawed by the
 2   legislature in Arizona in 2011 and the cannabinoids that are
 3   still legal under Arizona law?
 4      A.   I'm not a chemist, but from the training and some of
 5   the literature that I have read, it's as simple as one
 6   synthetic cannabinoid that's been listed as illegal in this
 7   state, as changing one molecule, putting it -- again, I'm not a
 8   chemist -- but moving it around through the chain and the
 9   chemical will still have the same effect on the body, or
10   similar effect on the body. However, it is now a different
11   compound that does not fall under that statute.
12      Q.   What kind of effects do these cannabinoids have on the
13   body through your training and experience?
14      A.   Again, like Dr. de Kort testified earlier, we see a lot
15   of the agitation, aggressive behavior, a lot of psychosis or
16   hallucinations with people that are under the influence of
17   these synthetic cannabinoids.
18      Q.   When -- when people are delusional like this or -- and
19   -- and violent and agitated, do they represent a threat to the
20   officers who work for DPS and other agencies?
21      A.   Absolutely.
22      Q.   What kind of threat do they -- what kinds of things do
23   -- what kinds of things do they do that represent a threat?
24      A.   Just like dealing with any person with erratic
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 1   issue, officers are always in jeopardy, whether it's from an
 2   actual attack by the person or having to contain this person
 3   from harming themselves or others. And we see this a lot with
 4   these kinds of synthetic cannabinoids that -- that our officers
 5   in the past year to two years are having to use more physical
 6   force to detain people.
 7      Q.   That include the use of tasers on occasion?
 8      A.   Yes, it does.
 9      Q.   And you're familiar with the use of a taser. We've
10   heard a little bit about tasers. So let's talk about them for
11   just a minute.
12      A.   Absolutely.
13      Q.   To your knowledge, tasering somebody, what -- what
14   effect does it have on their body in the immediate incidents?
15      A.   What a taser does is it sends electricity through
16   probes into the body and basically stops muscle function, where
17   a person will stop resisting, stop fighting, where an officer
18   can then go, once that person is subdued, and place handcuffs
19   on them.
20                 A taser is considered a -- a less-than-lethal
21   weapon that we have in our arsenal of weapons that we carry.
22      Q.   Generally, does a taser -- just being tased itself
23   create any kind of permanent or lasting harm in your
24   experience?
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 1   part of the training. I was one that chose not to be tased,
 2   but several officers have been tased, and they described it as
 3   extreme pain for five seconds, which makes the compliance of
 4   the taser work. And those officers basically said that after
 5   that five seconds on the taser, they would comply with
 6   anything.
 7      Q.   Okay. But have there been any lasting effects that --
 8   in the literature or anything, any of the training that you're
 9   aware of from being tased?
10      A.   No.
11      Q.   Okay. Let's -- let's switch gears a little bit and
12   talk about cathinones.
13                 Now, we've been talking about cannabinoids, which
14   is again the street name of Spice; right?
15      A.   Correct.
16      Q.   What's the street name of cathinones?
17      A.   There's several street names. Probably the most common
18   is Bath Salts. There is Window Cleaner, things like that.
19   It's known by several names out on the street.
20      Q.   And there have -- same changes have been happening, or
21   tweaking, if you will, of molecules; is that a correct
22   statement?
23      A.   Absolutely.
24      Q.   And, in fact, are you aware of the Arizona Legislature
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 1   of cathinones as well?
 2      A.   Yes. I believe it was this year, 2012. I'm not sure
 3   of the exact number of -- of the substances that are considered
 4   illegal by the state of Arizona, but several of them have been.
 5                Again, we're seeing the same things that we saw
 6   with the synthetic cannabinoids. Once that these substances
 7   are illegal, two to three to four weeks, a new substance is out
 8   on the street, again, where it's one molecule or one atom moved
 9   and, therefore, it does not fall under statute.
10                So these kinds of things are -- are, from what I
11   can observe, are being -- they're just sitting there waiting
12   for the next one to be illegal and they kick out the next one.
13   It's just that fast.
14      Q.   Once the legislation this year became effective
15   outlawing this group of cathinones, did -- did -- were you --
16   continue to see -- did you continue to see that group of
17   cathinones that was illegal?
18      A.   Again, just like the synthetic cannabinoids, we would
19   for just a little while, because either people still had them
20   or the word hadn't hit the street that they were illegal. But
21   once the word really did get out through the network on the
22   street, they -- there was new stuff that's considered legal by
23   statute.
24      Q.   You were describing to me in the hallway an experience
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 1   cannabinoids.
 2                Why don't you tell the Court of that experience?
 3      A.   A sergeant that I work with up in Flagstaff who is in
 4   my position in Coconino County called me about two or three
 5   months ago asking some advice for a traffic stop that a highway
 6   patrol officer had on Interstate 40. The vehicle was a small
 7   box Rider truck or U-Haul-type truck. It was completely full
 8   of the street name Spice, or the synthetic cannabinoids.
 9                The highway patrol officer, when he located these
10   items, the driver of the truck had a bill of lading basically
11   saying these are the chemicals that these have and if you look
12   by statute, you know they're not illegal. And this load of
13   probably millions of dollars worth of Spice was headed to North
14   Carolina.
15                Our officers, based on that bill of lading and
16   some research that they did on the scene, had to release that
17   vehicle and allow it to go on.
18      Q.   Let's go back to the -- to the -- to the cathinones for
19   a moment.
20                Are they creating -- what kind of behavior are
21   they -- are your officers seeing from people who are under the
22   influence of these cathinones?
23      A.   As -- as with Doctor de Kort, a lot of erratic
24   behavior like methamphetamine, which the cathinones will mirror
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 1   extreme paranoia. Yet it also has some of the effects of PCP,
 2   where they can't really register thoughts as quickly as they
 3   could if they were not on -- on the drug.
 4                 They have some -- some similar low tolerance to
 5   pain for pain compliance. We're seeing a lot of issues where
 6   people, they're just -- their behavior is completely erratic.
 7      Q.    Now, the behavior you're seeing -- and you do an
 8   investigation about what's going on with this person; is that
 9   correct? Officers will do that?
10      A.    Absolutely.
11      Q.    And are they finding that this behavior is the result
12   of -- strictly of drugs that are -- of cathinones that are
13   illegal, or are they cathinones that still have not been
14   declared illegal by the legislature?
15      A.    In recent times, they're all considered legal.
16      Q.    Okay. So the -- the users are able to purchase these
17   drugs legally, and yet they have the effect of creating a
18   danger for the officers; would that be a fair statement?
19      A.    Absolutely.
20      Q.    Okay. You've described to me in the hall some specific
21   instances where your officers, or it's been reported to you --
22   and this is part of your job as supervision is to keep track of
23   these things -- reported to you of specific instances that have
24   involved Spice or cathinones. I'd like you to tell us about
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 1                There was a fatality on State Route 89A about a
 2   year ago?
 3      A.   That's correct. In April of 2011, my unit, the
 4   criminal investigations unit, got called to State Route 89 on
 5   the Prescott side of Mingus Mountain to assist with a traffic
 6   accident which resulted in a fatality. Once my unit arrived
 7   and began doing on-scene investigation, it was determined that
 8   a vehicle traveling from Jerome towards Prescott Valley, a
 9   four-door passenger car, was traveling about 60 to 65
10   miles-an-hour in a posted 30 mile-an-hour zone with a
11   recommended 25 mile-an-hour curve coming up and went left of
12   center, striking three motorcyclists in a group of I believe it
13   was 15 motorcyclists headed towards Jerome.
14                One of the motorcyclists that was struck was
15   killed instantly on scene. Another subject was flown to
16   John C. Lincoln. Another subject received minor injuries and
17   was transported to YRMC in Prescott Valley.
18                During the investigation, one of my detectives was
19   conducting an interview of the driver of the at-fault vehicle,
20   which was the passenger car. That subject admitted to using
21   both marijuana and Spice prior to the accident.
22      Q.   At this point, that case is still pending in court?
23      A.   That case is still pending, yes.
24      Q.   There was another incident in -- and you filed an
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 1      A.   Yes, I did.
 2      Q.   There was another incident listed in your affidavit on
 3   May 24th, regarding Officer McFarland. Can you tell us about
 4   that?
 5      A.   Yes. Officer McFarland, which is one of our canine
 6   officers who works drug interdiction on I-17, was actually
 7   traveling -- towards the end of his shift, towards his home,
 8   and observed a vehicle driving extremely erratically, very
 9   dangerous to other motorists out on I-17 northbound.
10                The vehicle pulled off, at which time
11   Officer McFarland followed them and initiated a traffic stop.
12   Both subjects in the vehicle were acting extremely erratic,
13   just almost talking gibberish, asking about, you know, if he
14   was there to help them or give them a ride. It was very odd in
15   behavior.
16                Officer McFarland asked for backup from another
17   officer who was a DRE, which is a drug recognition expert.
18   They did field sobriety tests and some DRE testing. It was
19   determined that at least the driver was under the influence of
20   a stimulant, which DREs go by drug categories, not by drug
21   statute, statutory drugs -- that the driver was under the
22   influence of a stimulant. Both subjects then started having
23   pains in their chest, difficulty breathing, sweating profusely.
24                Both were transported to the Verde Valley Medical
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 1   passenger in the vehicle, was being put into the ambulance, he
 2   advised Officer McFarland that he had been a meth user for a
 3   long time and he started use Bath Salts and Bath Salts are 10
 4   times worse than any meth that he's ever used. Again,
 5   referring to the synthetic cannab -- or cathinones that are the
 6   Bath Salts.
 7      Q.   Was it your impression that they were able to obtain
 8   these synthetic cannabinoids, or cathinones rather, legally?
 9      A.   Yes. My unit was called to do further investigation as
10   Officer McFarland had located several plastic vials with a kind
11   of tannish substance in it.
12                 Um, as -- as a drug canine officer, he was still
13   unfamiliar with the substance and called us for our assistance.
14   We were able to determine it was a legally purchased substance,
15   synthetic cathinones, under the label name of Amped, which was
16   purchased legally.
17      Q.   Sergeant, in your training and experience, the symptoms
18   that were exhibited, both the behavior and the physical
19   symptoms that were exhibited by these people who were driving
20   this vehicle, did they represent, in driving, a threat to the
21   health and safety of the -- of the community of Yavapai County?
22      A.   Oh, absolutely.
23      Q.   And why do you come to that conclusion?
24      A.   You know, they're -- one of the first instances there
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 1   lack of judgment and that lack of judgment can be attributed
 2   possibly to impairment by substances.
 3                The case involving Officer McFarland, again --
 4   I'll put it in Officer McFarland's words -- he doesn't
 5   typically stop erratic drivers because he is looking for other
 6   things. This was bad enough that he had to contact these
 7   people and make a stop.
 8      Q.   There was a third incident in your -- in your affidavit
 9   where you talk about -- where you talk about the effects of --
10   possible effects of cathinones and cannabinoids. That occurred
11   on August 7th; correct?
12      A.   That is correct.
13      Q.   And that was approximately two days before the
14   complaint was filed in this case; is that correct?
15      A.   That is correct.
16      Q.   Okay. Why don't you tell us about that incident.
17   Begin with your involvement in it.
18      A.   Again, our highway patrol units in the Prescott area
19   were called to a injury accident in front of the
20   Heather Heights Casino there on State Route 69.
21                When officers arrived, they were able to determine
22   through accident investigation that several vehicles were
23   stopped for the traffic light at Heather Heights and another
24   vehicle traveling between 50 and 60 miles-an-hour did not stop
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 1                The driver of the at-fault vehicle was flown to
 2   Flagstaff Medical Center for serious injuries. Several other
 3   people were sent to YRMC for injuries.
 4                When the officers began doing vehicle inventories
 5   and removing vehicles from the scene, an officer located nine
 6   plastic vials containing synthetic cannabinoids or Spice that
 7   had just been purchased from a store in Prescott Valley earlier
 8   that day. Two of the bottles had been opened and appeared to
 9   have some missing from them.
10      Q.   Just -- just so we're clear there -- and was there any
11   chemistry done or blood draws done on this particular -- or on
12   the driver of the at-fault vehicle?
13      A.   Yes, there was.
14      Q.   If the products were legally purchased, but they were
15   not part of the Arizona Statutes that showed for illegal drugs,
16   would -- let me back up a second.
17                The blood draw would have been sent to the DPS
18   Crime Lab for testing, correct?
19      A.   It has been, yes.
20      Q.   Would the lab test for -- specifically for synthetic
21   cannabinoids and cathinones that were not listed as illegal on
22   the -- by Arizona law?
23      A.   We do not test for those, no.
24      Q.   Okay. So it's possible that, although we don't know,
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 1   cannabinoids, yet we would not test for that because it's not
 2   specifically illegal?
 3      A.   We can test for that. We'd have to send it to -- I
 4   believe there are only two or three certified labs that our
 5   crime lab will use at an extreme expense. So we're waiting to
 6   hear whether or not we have to do that or not from our
 7   crime lab.
 8      Q.   So there is additional expense and additional problems
 9   for enforcing or for bringing this person to justice for this
10   particular act?
11      A.   Absolutely.
12                MR. FIELDS: May I have the Court's indulgence?
13                THE COURT: Sure.
14                ( A discussion is held between Ms. Polk and Mr.
15   Fields off the record.)
16                BY MR. FIELDS:
17      Q.   One other point for you. Kind of a little bit sideways
18   for a moment.
19      A.   Sure.
20      Q.   Let's talk about synthetic cannabinoids again. You --
21   you mentioned in your testimony that it's similar to or it's
22   meant to mimic marijuana; is that a correct statement?
23      A.   That is correct.
24      Q.   Do you -- do you know how they -- how that works as a
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 1                 What do they do to create this appearance of
 2   marijuana?
 3      A.    My understanding is they will take some sort of plant
 4   material. What we've seen lately is like raspberry or
 5   blackberry or some kind of a berry fruit leaf and dry that out.
 6   Those -- those dry out very small.
 7                 Once they're completely dried, a chemical compound
 8   is then added to them, whether it's dipped into that compound
 9   or sprayed by that compound. That's what gives the effect of
10   synthetic cannabinoid. It's not the -- it's not the vegetation
11   itself. It's the chemical added to it.
12      Q.    Why, in your opinion, would they select something like
13   blueberry or raspberry?
14      A.    Again, it's a -- in my personal opinion, it is a
15   marketing tool showing that it is a natural substance, that
16   it's not harmful, it's safe to use and that way, making it
17   marketable.
18      Q.    In your opinion, are synthetic cannabinoids and
19   synthetic cathinones safe to use?
20      A.    Absolutely not.
21      Q.    And in your opinion, do they represent a threat to the
22   health and safety of the citizens of this county and this
23   state?
24      A.    Absolutely.
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 1   questions.
 2                 THE COURT: Thank you. Cross-examination, Mr.
 3   Lance?
 4                 MR. LANCE: Yes, sir.
 5                 THE COURT: Go ahead.
 6
 7                           E X A M I N A T I O N
 8   BY MR. LANCE:
 9      Q.    Good morning.
10      A.    Good morning.
11      Q.    I'm not a lawyer, so bear with me.
12      A.    I'm not, either, sir. We'll get through it.
13      Q.    All right. How many people compared to how many you
14   know of -- like, say you arrest 10 people a week for this Spice
15   and cannabinoids or Bath Salts related incidents.
16                 How many people are going undetected compared to
17   that, would you say? You have some kind of an idea?
18      A.    We don't arrest a lot of people for Spice. Again, we
19   don't focus on a lot of the local drug problem. Ours is more
20   transportation out on the interstates, the large -- these are
21   the for instances that I can refer to in the last year,
22   year-and-a-half that we have been to.
23                 I have no idea how many people go undetected.
24      Q.    Yeah. I'm just -- I'm -- I'm trying to figure out what
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 1   who are using it responsibly and not getting in trouble with
 2   it, although the possibility of it always does occur.
 3                 They could -- they could just get up tomorrow and
 4   for no reason at all go off on this stuff?
 5      A.    That's true. And I do know that the local police
 6   agencies, the local narcotics tasks force, the
 7   Sheriff's Office, who do work here locally every day with our
 8   communities, they are seeing an extreme amount of -- of the
 9   synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic cathinones.
10      Q.    All right. Would it be safe to say for every person
11   that is caught or determined to be doing these things, there
12   are many others that probably haven't been caught or known of?
13      A.    I think you can say that with any illegal substance.
14      Q.    Oh, yeah. Yeah.
15                 But remember, this is quasi-legal is what I would
16   call it. This is in and out of legality almost every week or
17   so.
18      A.    Yes, sir.
19      Q.    And it's a cat and mouse game. As a merchant, I'm
20   getting pretty fed up with it.
21      A.    Um-hum.
22      Q.    But I still see people that -- that, you know, want to
23   purchase it and use it and use it responsibly. I've never --
24   I've got people that have never been in trouble with it.
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 1                 THE COURT: Mr. Lance.
 2                 BY MR. LANCE:
 3      Q.    -- it's a shame for them --
 4                 THE COURT: Mr. Lance.
 5                 MR. LANCE: Yes?
 6                 THE COURT: I need you to ask a question. You're
 7   testifying.
 8                 MR. LANCE: Okay. Okay.
 9                 THE COURT: -- and arguing. But I need you to ask
10   a question.
11                 MR. LANCE: I'm sorry.
12                 THE COURT: No. That's okay.
13                 MR. LANCE: I'm not a lawyer. I was trying to
14   just get some ideas.
15                 THE COURT: Well, tell you what; we're going to
16   take a 15-minute recess. I'll let you gather your thoughts
17   together. When we come back, you can finish your
18   cross-examination of the witness.
19                 MR. LANCE: Okay. This time I'll write it down.
20                 (A recess was taken.)
21                 THE COURT: Okay. We are back on the record.
22                 Mr. Lance, are you ready with your
23   cross-examination, sir?
24                 MR. LANCE: Yes, sir I am.
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 1                BY MR. LANCE:
 2      Q.   Okay. Detective Manera, I have just got a few more
 3   questions here.
 4                Have you ever seen or know of anyone who has --
 5   anyone died as a result of tasering? Have you seen any such
 6   thing as that?
 7      A.   No, sir.
 8      Q.   Do you know if there are anybody that has been tased
 9   and died?
10      A.   Not as a result of the taser.
11      Q.   So nobody died from a taser?
12      A.   No, sir.
13      Q.   Okay. The driver you spoke of that had bought nine
14   bottles of Spice that he had the wreck, and what, three people
15   were killed in the wreck?
16      A.   Three people were injured and he was seriously injured.
17      Q.   Okay. So nobody died in that?
18      A.   No, sir.
19      Q.   Okay. Has the driver been charged with anything, other
20   than, you know, the accident, or as a result of the Spice?
21      A.   We're pending analysis on the blood before we do any
22   charging so he has not been charged as of today.
23      Q.   Okay. Okay. Have you ever seen or know of anybody who
24   has ever seen Bath Salts or cannabinoids, whether it was from a
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 1      A.   I have not, no.
 2      Q.   So you have not seen anyone die of this, either?
 3      A.   Not personally, no.
 4                  MR. LANCE: Okay. Okay. I thank you very much.
 5                  THE WITNESS: You are welcome.
 6                  THE COURT: Redirect?
 7                  MR. FIELDS: Yes.
 8
 9                            E X A M I N A T I O N
10   BY MR. FIELDS:
11      Q.   Sergeant Manera, Mr. Lance asked you if you're aware or
12   asked you if these drugs can be used responsibly.
13                  Are you aware of anyone using these drugs
14   responsibly?
15      A.   If they're using them, they're not using them
16   responsibly, because they're marked on the label not for human
17   consumption.
18      Q.   Um, based upon your training and experience with these
19   drugs, are there differences in the quality and effect of --
20   based upon the potency of these drugs?
21      A.   Through the literature and training I have had, yes,
22   there is different strengths that can vary from batch to batch,
23   from chemical name to chemical name or street name to street
24   name.
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 1   laboratory setting, from what I understand, and there is always
 2   variables in the chemicals that are available to be used to
 3   make these compounds. And there is always going to be
 4   varieties, plus the strength levels.
 5                 Sometimes they are 20X, so 20 times more powerful,
 6   or 10X is 10 times more powerful, which has 10 times more of
 7   the cannabinoid or cathinones in the product.
 8      Q.   Let's go ahead and look at this chart for a minute here
 9   and compare your testimony to what this says.
10                 THE BAILIFF: Mr. Fields?
11                 MR. FIELDS: Yes?
12                 THE BAILIFF: Mr. Lance cannot hear you without a
13   microphone.
14                 MR. FIELDS: That would be of assistance.
15                 Mr. Lance, can you hear me?
16                 MR. LANCE: Yes, sir. Thank you.
17                 BY MR. FIELDS:
18      Q.   Sergeant Manera, there is a chart here that the
19   plaintiff has worked up for different sales. Mario's PV Quick
20   Stop over here on 7/16/12.
21                 We saw -- we've had testimony earlier that this
22   was a controlled buy of a product known as Tokin Monkey. There
23   is a notation down here that says 20X.
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 1      A.   Based on my training and experience, that tells me that
 2   there's 20 times more of the synthetic cannabinoid or
 3   cathinones in that product than just a regular batch.
 4      Q.   Now, do -- do you know that to be a fact, or is it
 5   possibly a marketing ploy? It could be a marketing ploy?
 6      A.   It could be marketing. I've seen it -- recently some
 7   literature, though, that it's based on dosage units.
 8      Q.   Okay. There is another one here next to the 69 Market.
 9   If you go over to the product sold, again, 7/16/12 -- or excuse
10   me -- 6/22/12, Hashish 6X.
11                Would that be the same, in your opinion?
12      A.   Yes, it would.
13      Q.   If there is no indication of dosage here, would that
14   necessarily mean that the -- you would get the same effect if
15   you bought -- let's take another example here. Legal Devil; if
16   you bought Legal Devil from Mike's Mini Market, you would --
17   would you have -- would you be able to expect the exact same
18   potency from another product named Legal Devil that you bought
19   from Smoke 'N Things?
20      A.   You should be able to expect that. But, again, there's
21   -- based on variations of batches that are made. My
22   understanding through some of the recent training that I have
23   seen through the Federal government is there is no consistency
24   with, uh, these products.
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 1   labeled the same, they don't necessarily have the same kind of
 2   dosage?
 3      A.     Correct.
 4      Q.     So Mr. Lance made a proposition to you that if someone
 5   would come in and is trying to use responsibly, if they're
 6   trying to do that, hypothetically they're trying to use
 7   responsibly, that would imply that they would use -- try to --
 8   try to be consistent in the products they use and the dosaging;
 9   would it not?
10      A.     It would.
11      Q.     And from your testimony, even using the same product
12   labeled the -- the -- the -- the -- purchasing the same product
13   that you did before labeled the same way, and using it
14   consistently between -- from time to time does not necessarily
15   ensure that you're going to get the same kinds of potency or
16   effect; is that correct?
17      A.     That's correct.
18      Q.     So really there's no way to use these things
19   responsibly in any form?
20      A.     That's correct.
21                  MR. FIELDS: I have no other questions.
22                  THE COURT: Thank you. You can step down.
23                  THE WITNESS: Thank you.
24                  THE COURT: Mr. Fields, your next witness?
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 1                  THE COURT: Oh, I'm sorry.
 2                  MS. POLK:              --
 3                  THE COURT: Ms. Polk?
 4                  MS. POLK: State would call                          , please.
 5                                           was duly sworn by the Court
 6   Clerk and GEORGE ROBERT MANERA left the proceedings.)
 7                  THE COURT: Go ahead, Counsel.
 8
 9
10   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
11   examined and testified as follows:
12
13                            E X A M I N A T I O N
14   BY MS. POLK:
15      Q.   Good morning, Ms.
16      A.   Good morning.
17      Q.   Will you tell the Court your full name?
18      A.
19      Q.   And what community do you live in?
20      A.   In
21      Q.   Do you also work in
22      A.   Um, I work in
23      Q.   Are you raising a family in
24      A.   Yes, ma'am.
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 1      A.    Two.
 2      Q.    Tell the Court your children's names and ages.
 3      A.                               , who just turned                  , and
 4
 5      Q.    Is            currently living with you?
 6      A.    No.
 7      Q.    Tell the Court where             is currently residing.
 8      A.    Juvenile Detention.
 9      Q.    And, in fact, is                  here in court today?
10      A.    Yes, ma'am.
11      Q.    Ms.              will you describe for the Court
12   approximately when it was that your                   started having some
13   behavior issues?
14      A.    The age of
15      Q.    Did you identify at that time that                         was using
16   drugs?
17      A.    At that time, no. We just kind of thought maybe like
18   an ADD issue and then later on, usually at the end of
19   year, we realized it was drugs.
20      Q.    From that time during the end of                                       to
21   the present, has it been a long and difficult road for you and
22   for            in terms of          drug use?
23      A.    Yes, ma'am.
24      Q.    Tell the Court what the various drugs are                        has
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 1      A.   Marijuana, cocaine, Ecstasy, Bath Salts, Spice,
 2   mushrooms, alcohol. Pretty much anything                  can get       hands
 3   on. Opiates, Nyquil, anything.
 4      Q.   Has           been in Juvenile Detention more than one
 5   time?
 6      A.   Yes, ma'am.
 7      Q.   How many times?
 8      A.   Four or five.
 9      Q.   Over the years?
10      A.   Over the past year             been in Juvenile Detention
11   quite often -- two years.
12      Q.   Did there come a time which you became aware that
13           was using Spice and Bath Salts?
14      A.   Yes.
15      Q.   How did you become aware of that?
16      A.   It was about two years ago, a year-and-a-half ago, that
17   I found a container in         room and it was actually of the
18   Bath Salts.
19      Q.   What did you do about it then?
20      A.   I confronted               and at that time              had been in
21   trouble for other things and I called                 probation officer and
22   they came over along with the officers and took                        in.
23      Q.   Did             use of the Bath Salts and Spice continue?
24      A.   Yes.
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 1   Detention Center?
 2      A.   Yes, ma'am.
 3      Q.   Will you tell the Court when                        was using Spice
 4   what you noticed about           behavior?
 5      A.   Really not so much with the Spice,                    was agitated, but
 6   it was mainly with the Bath Salts I saw really the behavior.
 7      Q.   And let's talk about the Spice first. You talked about
 8   agitation. Anything else that you saw?
 9      A.   Just irritable, just not there, very disobedient,
10   didn't really want to do anything, go to school, do anything at
11   home, to be constructive at home.
12      Q.   And when was it that you became aware that                          was
13   using Bath Salts?
14      A.   When I found the container in                   room.
15      Q.   Tell the Court what you noticed about
16   behavior when      was using Bath Salts.
17      A.      wouldn't eat,           didn't eat,           did not sleep.
18   was very angry all the time.              would be very happy, high, you
19   know, very talkative and then             would come down.
20                  Then      started peeing blood.                     get sores in
21      mouth. Just a total -- I didn't even know this person, not
22   at all, when     was using.
23      Q.   Did you also notice any changes to                     arms?
24      A.   Yes.              picked          skin, actually, even after
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 1   blinked      eyes quite a bit, like this (indicating).
 2                    And        didn't stop. I mean, even after using the
 3   Bath Salts and stopped using it, for months going,                         would
 4   still blink really fast and pick                     skin, so --
 5      Q.     Were there times when you thought                             might be
 6   having hallucinations?
 7      A.        did have hallucinations.                     -- one time       was in
 8   the backyard and said that the javelina were talking to                            and
 9   they were playing games with -- with                      , and, you know,
10   could see them and they would, like, play hide and seek from
11     , so -- and            would hear voices constantly, so --
12      Q.     Did you also observe                       suffering from paranoia?
13      A.     Yes.
14      Q.     And explain that to the Court.
15      A.     Just people watching him. People were always against
16             was just always afraid. Everybody was against
17   you know? There was nothing rational that                               was doing
18   when      was on the Bath Salts.
19      Q.     Did you learn, at some point, where                            was
20   purchasing his Spice and Bath Salts from?
21      A.     Yes.
22      Q.     How did you learn that?
23      A.              told me.
24      Q.     And what did you learn?
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 1      Q.    Where is the Smoke & Brew?
 2      A.    It's out going towards Strawberry.
 3      Q.    And to your knowledge, has that shop changed names?
 4      A.    Not to my knowledge.
 5      Q.    And how about the shop called the Wes Lance Trading
 6   Company?
 7      A.    Um, yes.
 8      Q.    Is that the same thing as the Smoke --
 9      A.    That's the same thing. I didn't know it changed names,
10   but --
11      Q.    So it's the Wes Lance Trading Company?
12      A.    Yes.
13      Q.    Okay. Did there come a time about a year ago that you
14   became aware that some of your jewelry had been stolen by
15            ?
16      A.    Yes, ma'am.
17      Q.    Tell the Court about that.
18      A.    I would always notice that, you know, a bracelet would
19   be missing. I started -- I lost my wedding ring, both of them,
20   necklaces with diamonds in it, earrings. Anything of value was
21   gone.
22      Q.    And did you learn where it had gone?
23      A.    Yes.
24      Q.    And how did you learn that?
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 1   shop.
 2      Q.   At Wes Lance's shop?
 3      A.   Yes.
 4      Q.   Did you also become aware that some land deeds were
 5   missing?
 6      A.   Yes.
 7      Q.   How did you become aware of that?
 8      A.   I wasn't aware that I was missing it until I confronted
 9   Lance and he asked me about it, did I have a land deed, and I
10   said, yes, I do, and that it was my grandpa's. And that's how
11   I learned I was missing that.
12      Q.   So let's back up a little bit. After learning that
13   your       was stealing your jewelry and trading it in at Wes
14   Lance Trading Company, what did you do about that?
15      A.   One day I was driving home from work from                  and
16   -- actually, my                     says, you know, you should go in
17   there and give Lance a piece of your mind, and it was not like
18   me, but I did, and I went over there and confronted Lance and
19   had a conversation with him.
20      Q.   And do you see Mr. Lance here in the courtroom?
21      A.   Yes, ma'am.
22      Q.   Will you point him out for the Court?
23      A.   Right there (indicating).
24      Q.   Is he the man with the earphones on and the long beard?
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 1      Q.     And that's the man that you confronted one day?
 2      A.     Yes.
 3      Q.     Do you recall when it was that you confronted him?
 4      A.     It was about a year ago. The exact date, no.
 5      Q.     Where was Mr. Lance when you confronted him?
 6      A.     He was inside his shop.
 7      Q.     Tell the Court what you said when you confronted
 8   Mr. Lance.
 9      A.     I showed him a picture of                     and asked him did he
10   know             and he said, yes, he did. And the conversation
11   was, I asked him, I said, don't you know what this is doing to
12   the children, you know, in the community and how much it was
13   hurting              And he said he knew nothing, that it wasn't
14   hurting anything, and no one's had any effects from this drug.
15      Q.     Did you specifically talk to Mr. Lance about the
16   Bath Salts and the Spice?
17      A.     Yes.
18      Q.     And when you -- you just told the Court that you asked
19   Mr. Lance, didn't he know what this was doing to the kids.
20      A.     Um-hum.
21      Q.     Tell the Court what you said specifically to Mr. Lance
22   to put him on notice that these drugs were harming our kids?
23      A.     Well, I told him the effects it was doing to
24      Q.     Specifically what did you tell him?
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 1   our children in the community, that it's hurting them, you
 2   know? So kids are dying -- I actually said, kids are dying
 3   from this. You know? And he said he knew nothing of that. He
 4   hadn't heard anything. And I said, well, haven't you flipped
 5   on the T.V. or a newspaper because it's all in there.
 6      Q.   Did you ask Mr. Lance or tell him about your missing
 7   jewelry?
 8      A.   Yes, I did.
 9      Q.   And what did Mr. Lance say?
10      A.   He said it was long gone.
11      Q.   What did that mean?
12      A.   That he sold -- that                     brought it in and that --
13                  MR. LANCE: Your Honor, I object.
14                  THE COURT: What's the basis of the objection?
15                  MR. LANCE: This never happened. This is
16   fabrication.
17                  THE COURT: Okay. I understand that you may
18   disagree with the testimony of the witness, and you'll have an
19   opportunity to cross-examine her.
20                  MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
21                  THE COURT: But if your objection is that you
22   don't believe what she is saying is true, that's not a valid,
23   legal objection.
24                  MR. LANCE: I'm saying that this never took place.
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 1   the testimony of the witness, you will have an opportunity to
 2   cross-examine the witness.
 3                  MR. LANCE: Okay.
 4                  THE COURT: All right. The objection is
 5   overruled.
 6                  Go ahead, Counsel.
 7                  BY MS. POLK:
 8      Q.   Did Mr. Lance admit that he had accepted jewelry from
 9           in exchange for the synthetic drugs?
10      A.   Yes.
11      Q.   And what did Mr. Lance tell you he -- Mr. Lance had
12   done with your jewelry?
13      A.   Well, I told him I wanted them back and he said they
14   were long gone, that he had gotten rid of them.
15      Q.   Did he tell you how he had gotten rid of them?
16      A.   No.
17      Q.   And is that when you learned about some land deeds?
18      A.   Yes.
19      Q.   Tell the Court about that.
20      A.   I was very angry and I was walking outside and we
21   started talking more about the Bath Salts and stuff and he was
22   trying to be compassionate to me and what was going on with
23           and --
24      Q.   He being Mr. Lance?
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 1   possession, a land deed and another, like, personal property of
 2   somebody. And I said, a land deed? And he said, yes. I asked
 3   where was it from. And he said it was from Kansas and
 4   Oklahoma. And I said I have a land deed, and that's when I
 5   realized it was mine.
 6      Q.   Did you actually see it at that time?
 7      A.   No. He said he had it at home and he told me that it
 8   would cost me to get it back.
 9      Q.   Tell us about that.
10      A.   And I said, what do you mean it's going to cost me to
11   get it back? And he said, well, you have to pay for it. And I
12   said, it's mine. You just need to give it back to me.
13                And he said, no. You'll have to pay for it. So
14   we agreed that I would pay $40 to get it -- them back.
15                And he didn't have them in his possession at that
16   time, so -- and I wanted him to go home and get it. And he
17   said he wouldn't, but he would bring them back the next day.
18   So that's how that happened.
19      Q.   And then what happened?
20      A.   I left the shop, and I called my brother and told my
21   brother what just happened. My brother said I needed to call
22   the cops right away, and so I did, and they went over there and
23   took the land deed from Lance. Actually, they made him go to
24   his house.
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 1   possession of the police?
 2      A.    Yes, they are.
 3      Q.    Ms.            did you have further contact with
 4   Mr. Lance and his smoke shop after that day?
 5      A.    Yes, I did.
 6      Q.    Tell the Court about that.
 7      A.    It was about a couple weeks after where I decided to do
 8   a protest in front of his shop and have signs and stuff. So
 9   his sister, my husband and friends all got together in the
10   community and went to his shop and protested with signs.
11      Q.    What did your signs say?
12      A.    Um, crush -- Bath Salts kill. Um, I can't think of all
13   the names. But it was just reference to Bath Salts and how
14   harmful they are. And, you know, honk if you disprove of
15   Bath Salts. You know, don't buy drugs from this shop type of
16   thing.
17      Q.    And why did you organize that protest at Mr. Lance's
18   shop?
19      A.    Um, I was very angry at the time. You know, I was
20   fighting for                 life back, and I was very angry that
21   we had somebody in our community, a shop in our community that
22   was selling these to children and he was selling them to kids
23   that were underage and I was just outraged that this was going
24   on in our community. You know, it's not really a safe place
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 1      Q.     To your knowledge, was anybody else in the Camp Verde
 2   area selling these synthetic drugs?
 3      A.     Not to my knowledge, no.
 4      Q.     Where was Mr. Lance on the day that you organized and
 5   staged that protest with your signs?
 6      A.     He was outside watching us.
 7      Q.     Did he come talk to you at all?
 8      A.     Yes, he did.
 9      Q.     What did Mr. Lance say?
10      A.     Really nothing. He wanted just to take pictures so he
11   took pictures of myself and my husband, just people that were
12   doing it, you know. I know -- other -- his other people said
13   we had no right doing this and we were wrong.
14      Q.     Did Mr. Lance take any pictures of your signs that said
15   things like Bath Salts kill?
16      A.     Yes.
17      Q.     On the day that you learned that                         had been
18   trading your jewelry and your land deeds to Mr. Lance in
19   exchange for synthetic drugs, did something happen to
20      A.     Yes.     went into juvie.
21      Q.     So you also filed a police report against your
22      A.     Yes, I did.
23      Q.     Tell the Court approximately when that was, if you can
24   recall.
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 1   date.
 2      Q.   About how many months ago?
 3      A.   It's been over a year.
 4      Q.   And were charges, then, prosecuted against your                      in
 5   Juvenile Court for --
 6      A.   Stolen goods and trafficking drugs.
 7      Q.   Okay. Your           served some time in detention at that
 8   time?
 9      A.   Yes.
10      Q.   Are you aware whether or not your                     received any
11   treatment for drug addiction at that time?
12      A.        went through the DSAT program.
13      Q.   At some point, then, these past few months, did your
14      get out of detention?
15      A.   He did. On June 25th.
16      Q.   Of this year?
17      A.   Of this year.
18      Q.   And where did          go to live?
19      A.   In
20      Q.   Is he back with you?
21      A.   Back with me.
22      Q.   And how are things going?
23      A.   They were okay. We kind of noticed there were things
24   still going on with
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 1      A.   Just odd behavior. You know, we noticed our room was
 2   broken into, but we really couldn't prove that was
 3   You know, a couple of lies we've caught him in.
 4      Q.   Was there a time that your                went up to
 5      A.   Yes.
 6      Q.   When was that?
 7      A.   It was July 8th.
 8      Q.   Of this year?
 9      A.   Yes.
10      Q.   What was his purpose in going up to                        ?
11      A.   My nephew passed away, he committed suicide, and me and
12   my husband had to go to Texas to help bury him. And he and his
13   sister went to stay with his                  up in               because I
14   couldn't take them.
15      Q.   How many days was                  up in
16      A.   Seven.
17      Q.   From June 8th until about June 15 perhaps?
18      A.   Yes.
19      Q.   Did you get a call, at some point, that                        again
20   was in serious distress?
21      A.   Yes.             called me on Sunday.
22      Q.   From where?
23      A.   From                  .
24      Q.   And what did                tell you the?
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 1   sorry, I'm sorry. And I said, what are you sorry for? And
 2   said, I have been using Bath Salts.
 3      Q.    What did you do next?
 4      A.    Just talked to          . I just couldn't believe it. Asked
 5      where        got them.
 6      Q.    From that telephone call when your
 7   with his
 8      A.    Um-hum.
 9      Q.    -- then how did                   get to Juvenile Detention?
10      A.              called          probation officer and told       what
11   happened.
12      Q.    Okay. Has                 been in Juvenile Detention ever
13   since?
14      A.    Yes, ma'am.
15      Q.    Thank you, Ms.                .
16                   MS. POLK: Thank you, Your Honor.
17                   THE COURT: Thank you. Cross-examination?
18
19                             E X A M I N A T I O N
20   BY MR. LANCE:
21      Q.    Okay. Hello,
22      A.    Hello.
23      Q.    First of all, are you aware of what perjury is?
24      A.    Yes.
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 1            started using drugs at the
 2      A.    Yes, sir.
 3      Q.    Sure is young. And you didn't know when                     first
 4   started that      was doing this?
 5                      was actually hiding it? Keeping it from you;
 6   right?
 7      A.    Yes.
 8      Q.    Okay. All right. And                      used mushrooms, Ecstasy,
 9   cold medicine, prescription medications, huffed inhalants,
10   cocaine and acid.
11                        done all of these, you say?
12      A.    I don't think I said acid or huffs inhalants.
13      Q.    You wrote it down here.
14      A.    I wrote it down where?
15      Q.    It's on the affidavit that you signed.
16      A.    Oh, I thought you said did I say it in front of her.
17   But yes --
18      Q.    Okay.
19      A.    --      has.
20      Q.           got quite a history.
21      A.             does.
22      Q.    All right. And just -- and going down here,                    started
23   using Spice approximately three years ago and started using
24   Bath Salts approximately two years ago. Okay.                       would use
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 1                  Did you know that             was doing these things at
 2   that time? When did you catch on that                    was doing this?
 3      A.   When I found them in the home.
 4      Q.   And how long ago was that?
 5      A.   Um, about a year ago.
 6      Q.   So a year ago you found out about the Bath Salts and
 7   the Spice, but it was over a year ago that you met me.
 8      A.   Yes.
 9      Q.   Okay. Okay.             used -- okay. I'm going to go right
10   on to the part where you met me. Okay.
11                              stole from you?
12      A.   Yes,     did.
13      Q.   And you say it was $10,000.00 worth of jewelry?
14      A.   Yes.
15      Q.   That much?
16      A.   Yep.
17      Q.   Whew. All right. And you know that                          stole the land
18   vault -- the land deal because I bought it from                         is that
19   true?
20      A.   Correct.
21      Q.   That is true. I did buy it from
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   Yes.
24      A.   Oh, you bought it from                   No, you did not buy it
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 1      Q.   I did buy it from              I gave          $20.00 cash.
 2                MR. FIELDS: Objection.
 3                THE COURT: Sustained.
 4                BY MR. LANCE:
 5      Q.   All right. How did you know I didn't buy it from
 6      A.   You told me.
 7      Q.   No, I didn't.
 8                MR. FIELDS: Objection.
 9                THE COURT: Sustained. Mr. Lance, you can ask her
10   questions about her testimony, but you can't argue with her.
11                MR. LANCE: Okay.
12                THE COURT: In other words --
13                MR. LANCE: Um --
14                THE COURT: -- you can cross-examine her -- let me
15   just finish -- cross-examine her, ask her questions and you may
16   disagree with what her answers are.
17                MR. LANCE: Okay. I also have a witness here that
18   I would like to call up when we're done with her.
19                THE COURT: And I'll tell you what; when the State
20   is -- when the plaintiffs are finished with their case, you'll
21   have an opportunity to present your case. Okay?
22                MR. LANCE: All right.
23                THE COURT: All right. Go ahead.
24                BY MR. LANCE:
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 1      A.   No.
 2      Q.   Then how did I acquire this? Can you tell me how I
 3   come by having the land deed?
 4      A.   You traded it for drugs.
 5      Q.   Okay. And did I acquire anything else from you --
 6      A.   You --
 7      Q.   -- from
 8      A.   You traded the jewelry for drugs.
 9      Q.   Okay. When you organized your protest in front of my
10   trading company, in front of the Wes Lance Trading Company, did
11   you have a permit from the Forest Service to put on that?
12      A.   Um, we were going to seek one, but the Sheriff's Office
13   said we did not need one.
14      Q.   The Sheriff said you didn't have to have one?
15      A.   Correct. Because we went there and we asked permission
16   to do that and they said we didn't need a permit.
17      Q.   All right. Okay. Let's see here. All right. Now, go
18   down here. You say that -- I don't have a date on this, but
19   you say that last Sunday           was able to get a hold of a large
20   amount of Bath Salts.
21                 Do you know where             bought these at?
22      A.      didn't buy them.
23      Q.   Where did        get them?
24      A.      got them from under a dresser.
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 1      A.   No,     did not.            took them from somebody else.
 2      Q.      what?
 3      A.      took them from somebody else.
 4      Q.   Took them from somebody else?
 5      A.   Yes.
 6      Q.      stole them?
 7      A.   Yes.
 8      Q.   Okay. All right. Do you know who                       stole them from?
 9      A.   Yes, I do.
10      Q.   What is         name?
11      A.
12      Q.   Who?
13      A.
14      Q.                   Okay. Has anybody taken any action against
15            for his involvement with these Bath Salts?
16      A.   I am not sure of that. I know                               and
17   Judge -- I'm not sure what they're doing, but I think there is
18   something in the works.
19      Q.   Okay.
20      A.   But -- well.
21                  MR. LANCE: Okay. No more questions at this time.
22                  THE COURT: Redirect?
23                  MS. POLK: No, Your Honor. Thank you.
24                  THE COURT: You may step down. Thank you.
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 1                    MS. POLK:                            please.
 2                    (                               was duly sworn by the Court
 3   Clerk.)
 4                    THE COURT: Counsel, you may proceed.
 5                    MS. POLK: Thank you, Your Honor.
 6
 7
 8   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
 9   examined and testified as follows:
10
11                               E X A M I N A T I O N
12   BY MS. POLK:
13      Q.     Please tell the Court your full name.
14      A.
15      Q.     And how old are you?
16      A.
17      Q.     When did you turn
18      A.
19      Q.     For your           birthday, where were you living?
20      A.     Yavapai Detention Center.
21      Q.     You are currently in the Yavapai Juvenile Detention
22   Center?
23      A.     Yes.
24      Q.     And to get here this morning, how did you get here?
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 1      Q.   When you arrived here in the courtroom, were you
 2   actually in some shackles?
 3      A.   Yes.
 4      Q.            you and I have met before?
 5      A.   Yes.
 6      Q.   And that was this past Tuesday when I came over to
 7   Juvenile Detention?
 8      A.   Yes, ma'am.
 9      Q.   Today, even though you are here, even though you are in
10   detention, came here in shackles, are you here to give your
11   testimony voluntarily?
12      A.   Yes.
13      Q.   And when I visited you on Tuesday, did I tell you you
14   did not have to give testimony if you chose not to?
15      A.   Yes.
16      Q.   After meeting with me, you made the decision that you
17   want to talk to the Judge about what has happened to you?
18      A.   Yes.
19      Q.   Are you prepared,                  to be truthful?
20      A.   Yes, ma'am.
21      Q.   Your mother is                       , the woman who just
22   testified?
23      A.   Yes.
24      Q.   Who is your
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 1      Q.     Where does                 live?
 2      A.                  Arizona.
 3      Q.     Do you recall,                 the date that you most recently
 4   came to Juvenile Detention?
 5      A.     I know it was during the end of July, middle of July.
 6      Q.     Mid to late July?
 7      A.     Yeah.
 8      Q.     When you came into detention in mid to late July, what
 9   was your mental state?
10      A.     I was -- didn't really have a mental state. I was just
11   out of it. I was still wired. Just wanted to go isolate
12   myself.
13      Q.     Did -- were you isolated when you first got to
14   detention?
15      A.     Yes. I was put in the camera cell.
16      Q.     What does that mean?
17      A.     It's a cell where they have a camera in the corner of
18   the room to keep watch on severe inmates.
19      Q.     How long were you in that camera cell for?
20      A.     About a week-and-a-half.
21      Q.     By yourself?
22      A.     Yes.
23      Q.     And is that also referred to as detox?
24      A.     Yes.
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 1      A.   You get put in there. From when you have meals, they
 2   gave you a Styrofoam -- like trays and they don't give you any
 3   silverware. They give you a Styrofoam cup to keep in your room
 4   to keep yourself hydrated. And you just stay in there,
 5   excluded from everybody else and just detox.
 6      Q.   So about how many days did you say you were in there?
 7      A.   I was in there for about a week-and-a-half.
 8      Q.   Week-and-a-half. For that week-and-a-half -- well,
 9   first of all, when you came into the Juvenile Detention Center
10   and were put into the cell for detox, what were you under the
11   influence of?
12      A.   Bath Salts.
13      Q.   How long did it take you, would you say, for you to
14   feel clear minded?
15      A.   About a week.
16      Q.   During that week-and-a-half that you were in that cell,
17   what sorts of things were you experiencing?
18      A.   I was sweating profusely. I was seeing bugs in my
19   cell. I was seeing bugs on me. I was sweating, like I said.
20   And just -- I was very tired. I slept a lot.
21                  But then I'd wake up with a bunch of energy and
22   then crash back down and go back to bed. And it was the same
23   off and on for about a week.
24      Q.   Were you hearing things during that week-and-a-half?
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 1     Q.   Like what?
 2     A.   Like someone had left the T.V. on in the next room.
 3     Q.   And was that constant, or did that come and go?
 4     A.   It came and go.
 5     Q.   You -- since you went to detox, have you still been in
 6   detention?
 7     A.   Yes.
 8     Q.   You have not been back out?
 9     A.   No.
10     Q.   And are you on any drugs today?
11     A.   I am on medication.
12     Q.   Some prescribed medication?
13     A.   Yes.
14     Q.   Are you otherwise -- you are not using any Bath Salts
15   or Spice?
16     A.   No.
17     Q.   Or any other illegal drugs?
18     A.   No, ma'am.
19     Q.   And how does your mind feel today?
20     A.   Clear.
21     Q.   You feel clear headed?
22     A.   Yes, ma'am.
23     Q.   And you know the difference between the truth and a
24   lie?
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 1      Q.   And you're prepared to testify truthfully here?
 2      A.   Yes.
 3      Q.   And again, voluntarily? It's your choice?
 4      A.   Yes.
 5      Q.   Will you tell the Court when it was that you first
 6   start using illegal drugs?
 7      A.   I was about
 8      Q.   How did you come to learn about something called Spice?
 9      A.   That was much later. I was probably like                 and one of
10   my friends had it, asked me if I wanted to try it and he said
11   it was like marijuana and I just went for it.
12      Q.   And what was it like?
13      A.   It was like a marijuana because the chemicals weren't
14   changed so rapidly yet. It was like the original blend they
15   had.
16      Q.   You had used marijuana before that?
17      A.   Yes.
18      Q.   And so the first time you start using Spice, you felt
19   it was just like the natural marijuana?
20      A.   Except it wouldn't give me the hunger and I would be
21   more paranoid and I would have energy.
22      Q.   Was there a time that the effects of Spice changed for
23   you?
24      A.   Yes.
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 1      A.    I'd say when they start making everything, like,
 2   illegal, certain compounds illegal and then they would come out
 3   with a new chemical to put in it and it would be a completely
 4   different high. Every vial I got was different. It wasn't the
 5   same high over and over. It was always different.
 6      Q.    Do you remember about what year that was that you
 7   started seeing very different effects from the Spice you were
 8   using?
 9      A.    Probably like 2011, end of 2010.
10      Q.    And,             do you know whether Spice is legal or
11   illegal?
12      A.    I'm pretty sure that they're doing the -- they change
13   the chemical and that's legal. And the government, or Arizona,
14   is trying to make a blanket law to make all synthetics illegal.
15   I'm not sure if it's legal or illegal yet.
16      Q.    When you were using Spice, the Spice that you used, did
17   you believe it to be legal or illegal?
18      A.    Legal.
19      Q.    So all the time you were using Spice, you thought it
20   was legal?
21      A.    Yes.
22      Q.    Was there anything about the packaging itself that made
23   you think it was legal?
24      A.    Well, some packages said legal in Arizona, legal in the
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 1      Q.     You have told the Judge that over time it seemed like
 2   the Spice was different, it had a different effect on you.
 3                    What were some of those effects on you physically
 4   and mentally?
 5      A.     I wouldn't want to eat and I would be really, really
 6   lazy. And then when I started coming down, I'd have more
 7   energy, extreme paranoid. I'd be hearing stuff. Just a
 8   constant battle.
 9      Q.     That's the Spice?
10      A.     Yes.
11      Q.     Prior to your current stay at Juvenile Detention, when
12   was the last time you had used Spice?
13      A.     I used Spice in the beginning of April of this year.
14      Q.     You're familiar with something called Bath Salts?
15      A.     Yes.
16      Q.     What does Bath Salts mean to you?
17      A.     Well, it's a synthetic drug that I got hooked on.
18      Q.     How did you know -- how did you even know that there's
19   something out there called Bath Salts that you could actually
20   ingest?
21      A.     Well, one day, me and my friends were going to buy
22   marijuana but there was nobody that had it, or any of our
23   friends, so they asked me if I had ever heard of Bath Salts and
24   I said no.
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 1   drove to Wes' shop and they bought us Bath Salts called 8 Ballz
 2   and that's when I started.
 3      Q.   How did you know that this product called 8 Ballz was
 4   also referred to as a Bath Salts?
 5      A.   Because my friends had said, do you want Bath Salts,
 6   and he said, this is one of the kinds of Bath Salts that's
 7   sold.
 8      Q.   When would you say you first started using Bath Salts?
 9      A.   Um, last year, last summer.
10      Q.   Once you started using Bath Salts, did you continue to
11   use them?
12      A.   Yeah.
13      Q.   Why?
14      A.   The first hit, I was hooked.
15      Q.   Hooked with the first hit last summer a year ago?
16      A.   Yeah.
17      Q.   And what do you mean hooked?
18      A.   I always wanted more. I loved the high. I never
19   wanted to not have it.
20      Q.   What was so powerful or attractive about the high from
21   Bath Salts to you?
22      A.   Just the energy it gave me and the confidence it gave
23   me. I felt I could conquer anything. I was talkative,
24   extremely friendly. Yeah.
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 1   at detention were you using Bath Salts?
 2      A.     Well, I started using it every single day for about
 3   three months and then I went into detention to do DSAT. I got
 4   out.
 5                   I stayed away from Bath Salts until this last time
 6   and then I used -- I was using every day for about seven days
 7   until I turned myself in.
 8      Q.     Let's talk about that first time you were using it
 9   before you went into detention. You talked about why you liked
10   it, what the high was like.
11                   Were there also some negative effects?
12      A.     In the beginning, no, but as I progressed and using
13   more and more, there were many negative effects.
14      Q.     Now, you said with the first time you used it, you were
15   hooked.
16                   If you didn't use it, what would happen once you
17   were hooked?
18      A.     I -- I wouldn't want to talk to anybody. I would be
19   depressed. I just didn't want to have to do anything.
20      Q.     Did you recognize at the time that you were addicted to
21   it?
22      A.     No.
23      Q.     What did you think was going on?
24      A.     That I just -- I liked it a lot and I thought it was
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 1      Q.     By the time you ended up -- when was first time then
 2   that you went into detention?
 3      A.     I went in
 4      Q.     Of 2011?
 5      A.     Yes.
 6      Q.     And how long were you in for, do you think? Do you
 7   recall?
 8      A.     I was in for about two-and-a-half months.
 9      Q.     And in                  of 2011, when you went in, you were
10   already hooked on Bath Salts?
11      A.     Yes.
12      Q.     What about Spice?
13      A.     Spice, I just -- I never really got into it. I was --
14   the high it gave me I didn't like at all. And Bath Salts was
15   more appealing to me. So I really didn't get into Spice --
16   newer chemical changing of Spice that much.
17      Q.     Did you have an understanding of whether the Bath Salts
18   that you were using -- whether they were legal?
19      A.     I was aware they were legal.
20      Q.     And, again, how did you know they were legal?
21      A.     'Cause they were sold in a store so I figured if you
22   can sell them anywhere, they must be legal.
23      Q.                 did any of the Bath Salt products that you
24   purchased say on them not for human consumption?
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 1      Q.    And what did that mean to you that this product said
 2   not for human consumption?
 3      A.    Well, I thought the Spice also said not for human
 4   consumption, but I'm pretty aware that all of the smoke shops
 5   were aware they were getting sold so much for -- because people
 6   were using them as human consumption so I guess people are
 7   going against it, because it said not to use it, and we were
 8   using it for human consumption. But I don't know.
 9      Q.    Are you aware of any other use for that stuff other
10   than to get high?
11      A.    Well, Spice is supposed to be sold as an incense, which
12   I don't understand. Me and my friends, when we were using, we
13   tried actually using it for incense and it didn't smell like
14   incense. It wouldn't burn right.
15                   And then Bath Salts, you actually can take a bath
16   with it and it does get you high because it seeps through your
17   pores and into your blood system.
18      Q.    Did you ever do that?
19      A.    Yes.
20      Q.    Tell the Court, what are the other ways that you
21   ingested the Bath Salts into your system besides putting it in
22   your bath water.
23      A.    I smoked it, I snorted it, I injected it once and
24   that's about it. There's other ways, but I haven't tried
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 1      Q.     And the Spice, how did you ingest that into your
 2   system?
 3      A.     Smoked it.
 4      Q.     When you -- well, let's tell the Court where you
 5   purchased your Spice and your Bath Salts from.
 6      A.     Well, in the beginning, when I tried smoking Spice, I
 7   was purchasing it in                   at a smoke shop called Rebel,
 8   and then when I started get into Bath Salts, I bought it from
 9   the same place all the time and that was -- it was -- when I
10   was buying it, it was called Smoke & Brew. That's where I
11   would get it every day.
12      Q.     And where was it, the Smoke & Brew?
13      A.     It's on the way to Strawberry. It's by Fossil Creek
14   kind of.
15      Q.     And who do you know to be the owner of Smoke & Brew?
16      A.     Wes Lance.
17      Q.     Is that the man that we see in the courtroom that your
18   mom also described?
19      A.     Yes.
20      Q.     Do you recognize Mr. Lance on sight?
21      A.     Yes, ma'am.
22      Q.     How many times would you say that you actually went
23   into his shop to buy Bath Salts or Spice?
24      A.     Oh, multiple times. I can't put a number on it.
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 1      A.   Yes.
 2      Q.   More than 20?
 3      A.   Yes.
 4      Q.   How high -- how high should we go?
 5      A.   Probably around -- I went in every day for about three
 6   months, so --
 7      Q.   And what three months? Are you talking about prior to
 8   going into detention on                            you went in there every
 9   day for three months?
10      A.   Yes.
11      Q.   Would you say Mr. Lance would recognize you on sight?
12      A.   Yes.
13      Q.   And we'll come back to where you purchased your
14   Bath Salts.
15                  How did you ingest the Spice?
16      A.   I would smoke it.
17      Q.   And is there another way to get the Spice into your
18   system or just smoking it?
19      A.   Not that I'm aware of.
20      Q.   You went into detention, then, on                           and
21   you were in detention for two-and-a-half months.
22                  During that time, did you get treatment for your
23   addiction to Bath Salts?
24      A.   Yes. I went into the DSAT program, which is located in
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 1      Q.   How long is that DSAT treatment program for?
 2      A.   Forty-two days.
 3      Q.   And in September, then, when you went through
 4   treatment, how did you feel coming out?
 5      A.   I felt confident that I could overcome it. But then I
 6   was faced with it in my front -- in front of me, and it was
 7   hard to resist.
 8      Q.   When was it that you were faced with it again?
 9      A.   Like when I went to school, a friend would have it and
10   asked me if I wanted to use it. And if it was Spice, I usually
11   said no. But if they had Bath Salts, I would say yes.
12      Q.   How soon after getting out of -- since you went in
13   detention in                                          . So you probably got
14   out around the end of                       2011?
15      A.
16      Q.   How soon after getting out of detention on
17       of 2011 did you start using Bath Salts again?
18      A.   Probably February of 2012.
19      Q.   What school do you go to when you're not in detention?
20      A.
21      Q.   Is that a high school?
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   What year are you there?
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 1      A.   Yes.
 2      Q.   You said when you went to school, you started seeing
 3   the Bath Salts?
 4      A.   Yes.
 5      Q.   Tell the Court about that. How would you see
 6   Bath Salts at school?
 7      A.   My -- I'd -- my friend would come up and he'd go, like,
 8   I just got back from Smoke & Brew. There's a new kind of
 9   Bath Salts or I have some Bath Salts. Do you want some? And
10   I'd go, how are we going to do it? Like, we'll go to the
11   bathroom at the gym and we can do a quick line. We can smoke
12   it real quick, and we won't get caught. I was all for it.
13      Q.   And, again, you said your friend was buying it at
14   Smoke & Brew which would be Mr. Lance's company?
15      A.   Yes, ma'am.
16      Q.   Was there any other place in                           , to your
17   knowledge, that sells the Bath Salts or the Spice?
18      A.   Not that I'm aware.
19      Q.   To your knowledge, where do all the kids or your
20   friends who use Bath Salts or Spice, where do they buy it?
21      A.   At Smoke & Brew, Wes Lance's shop.
22      Q.   Can you tell us,                    how widespread the use of
23   Bath Salts is at your school?
24      A.   Not so much. It was a couple kids. But I'd say when
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 1      Q.   And how about the Spice?
 2      A.   Spice, that -- that was -- it's everywhere.
 3      Q.   Spice is everywhere?
 4      A.   Yeah.
 5      Q.   What do you mean by that?
 6      A.   Almost every kid was smoking it. They would come in.
 7   You'd see their eyes are red, ask them what they're on. I'm on
 8   Spice. I got some still, and, you know.
 9      Q.   And is that -- as of the last time you were at your
10   school, would you say that is true?
11      A.   Yes.
12      Q.   When was the last time you were at your high school?
13      A.   Probably the beginning of this year.
14      Q.   So you have not been back since -- well, let's -- let's
15   create our timeline again.
16                  You got out of Juvenile Detention on
17   of 2011?
18      A.   Yes.
19      Q.   When did you go back in?
20      A.   I went back in
21      Q.   Of 2012?
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   Then when did you get out?
24      A.   I'm still in.
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 1   summer?
 2      A.     Oh, no. I got out                      . Yeah,             And
 3   then I was out for, like, approximately 20 days. And I went
 4   back in at the end of
 5      Q.     Okay. Did you go back to your high school between
 6                     of this year?
 7      A.     Yes.
 8      Q.     And at that time, were you using Spice?
 9      A.     No.
10      Q.     How about the Bath Salts?
11      A.     Yes -- well, no. I didn't use Bath Salts. I went to
12             house.
13      Q.     Okay. Tell the Court then what were some of the
14   negative effects of the Bath Salts that you started
15   experiencing.
16      A.     I -- extremely agitated. I was always paranoid. I
17   felt like I was being watched all the time. I would see stuff
18   out my window after being awake for, like, three days. I
19   eventually had these weird stomachaches. I mean, I felt like
20   was something was burning inside of me.
21                    And then I would go to use the restroom and I
22   would urinate blood, and it was, like, excruciating pain. I
23   would chew holes in my gums and black dots, black, like, puss
24   bubbles would appear on my tongue and just always scratching my
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 1   terrible.
 2      Q.   What was making you scratch at your skin or your arms?
 3      A.   I felt like it was moving and there was something in
 4   there trying to make it move or I needed something to do and I
 5   would just start picking. I would feel itchy all the time, so
 6   I would pick my neck or my arms.
 7      Q.   And do you have scarring on your arms as a result of
 8   that?
 9      A.   Yes, ma'am.
10      Q.   Would you be willing to lift up your arms and show the
11   Judge what's happened to your arms because of that?
12      A.   (Witness complies.)
13                  THE COURT: Thank you.
14                  BY MS. POLK:
15      Q.   Thank you,                   Did you also have hallucinations?
16      A.   Yes.
17      Q.   Will you describe them for us?
18      A.   In the beginning, before this last time, when I was in
19               using, I would go out on the porch and I -- because I
20   couldn't sleep. I didn't want to just lay in bed so I'd go out
21   on the porch with my dog or sometimes I left my dog inside and
22   I would sit there waiting for animals to come into my yard so I
23   could see them.
24                  I would hear sticks breaking. I'd see flashlights
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 1   would duck out of the way.
 2                  And then I kept looking over and I would see,
 3   like, the head of an animal like a javelina and then they'd
 4   look at me and then go back behind the house and I would go
 5   over and look, and nothing would be there. Then on the other
 6   side of the house. And then I'd run over there and look, and
 7   it wouldn't be there.
 8                  And I just heard noises, saw things. I saw people
 9   walking by like dark shadows on the street going by, but it
10   wasn't like a figure of a person. It was like a dark black
11   mass.
12      Q.   Were any of those hallucinations scary?
13      A.   Yes. I mean, in the beginning with the animals, I
14   thought it was interesting. But then when I started seeing
15   people, like, flashing lights at me, like, black masses moving
16   across the street, it worried me and I did get scared.
17      Q.   When you were having those hallucinations, were you on
18   the Bath Salts?
19      A.   Yes.
20      Q.   By that time,                   were you still feeling good when
21   you were on them?
22      A.   No, I -- it would feel good when I first started using.
23   But then it would keep me up for a number of days and then I
24   would still use it and it wouldn't give me the same high.
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 1   seeing stuff, hearing stuff, chewing holes in myself.
 2      Q.   And during that time or that period, you would feel
 3   depressed?
 4      A.   Yes. Whenever I would start coming down or didn't have
 5   it.
 6      Q.   And what would you feel like when you were feeling
 7   depressed?
 8      A.   I just -- I would wouldn't want to talk to anybody. I
 9   would just focus on getting money, trying to find something to
10   go get Bath Salts.
11      Q.   Have you ever heard of anybody using Bath Salts
12   responsibly?
13      A.   No.
14      Q.   Is there any such thing in your mind?
15      A.   No.
16      Q.   You told the Court that you were buying your Bath Salts
17   from Wes Lance and at a shop that you call the Smoke & Brew.
18                  Tell the Court where that shop is?
19      A.   I don't know the exact address, but it's on the road
20   towards Strawberry or Fossil Creek.
21      Q.   How would you get there?
22      A.   I would walk.
23      Q.   How far from your house was it?
24      A.   It's about                             .
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 1   from Wes Lance, how did they get there?
 2      A.    They would -- they'd drive there, if they had cars, or
 3   ride bikes.
 4      Q.    Do you have any idea,                    how many kids were
 5   buying Bath Salts or Spice from Wes Lance?
 6      A.    Numerous.
 7      Q.    And what do you mean by numerous?
 8      A.    Like, I don't know. Most of my friends were.
 9      Q.    Tell the Court what Wes Lance would charge you for some
10   Spice.
11      A.    For Spice, he -- it would depend. They were like a 10
12   buck one for a gram or a stronger, 20 bucks. You get a bigger
13   package for like 25 or 30.
14      Q.    Did Mr. Lance ever give you a discount?
15      A.    He -- if you got to know him and talk to him, you'd go
16   in there and he'd give them to you, like, really, really cheap.
17   And then you would just keep coming back because he'd give them
18   to you at a cheap price.
19      Q.    So the fact that he was giving you a discount made you
20   go back for more?
21      A.    Yeah. Because it was -- because I knew where to buy
22   it. You could go to Cottonwood. But to go to Cottonwood, I'd
23   need a ride and everything.
24                 But I could have it at a cheap price. I'd just
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 1   cheap.
 2      Q.    And tell the Court how much you were paying Mr. Lance
 3   for the Bath Salts.
 4      A.    In the beginning, I was paying 25 for 8 Ballz and 32
 5   for Bliss Gold and then it started where he'd give them to me
 6   for like 10 bucks for 8 Ballz, 15 bucks for Bliss Gold. And it
 7   was just the more I bought, the bigger bulk I bought, the more
 8   of a discount I got.
 9      Q.    And all of your purchasing was directly from Mr. Lance?
10      A.    Yes. Or people working at his shop.
11      Q.    Was there ever a time where you went into Mr. Lance's
12   shop and told him that you needed a fix?
13      A.    I would go in there when I didn't have money and tell
14   him that I really needed some Bath Salt right now and he would
15   give me some but say to pay me back.
16      Q.    Did you ever go in there in obvious signs of distress
17   or withdrawal?
18      A.    Yes.
19      Q.    Tell the Court about that.
20      A.    I would go in there. My eyes were -- I had huge bags
21   under my eyes. I was itching myself. Just not physically
22   there or mentally there. He would give me a fix.
23      Q.    So he would see you and give you a fix?
24      A.    Yeah.
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 1      A.   I would ask him if I could have some, I would pay him
 2   back as soon as I can, and he would say, sure, and he'd give me
 3   it. And then I would try to pay him back.
 4      Q.   Where did you get the money to buy the Bath Salts?
 5      A.   In the beginning, I would ask my mom, can I have 20
 6   bucks for the week? I'm going out to be with some friends.
 7   Can I have some money? And then it started to where I would go
 8   and trade jewelry in to get it, the drugs.
 9      Q.   Where did you get the jewelry from?
10      A.   My mom's bedroom.
11      Q.   How would you take jewelry from your mom's bedroom?
12      A.   I'd walk right in and find the jewelry and I'd look on
13   the back to see if it -- what carat it was, if it was just,
14   like, plated and I'd find, like, the good stuff and I'd bring
15   it in to Wes.
16      Q.   How often did you take your mother's jewelry to give to
17   Mr. Lance in exchange for drugs?
18      A.   Probably, like, three times, four times a week.
19      Q.   Over what period of time?
20      A.   For the three months that I started using.
21      Q.   Do you have any idea,                 , how many different
22   pieces of jewelry you stole from your mom in order to get your
23   Bath Salts?
24      A.   Almost all she had. I don't know the exact number, but
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 1      Q.   When you first started taking jewelry in to Mr. Lance
 2   to purchase the drugs, how did Mr. Lance react?
 3      A.   Like it was normal.
 4      Q.   Do you know what he did with the jewelry?
 5      A.   I -- he said he took them for cash for gold, where
 6   they'd, like, melt them down and then they'd give him cash for
 7   it.
 8      Q.   Do you have any idea what the value of the jewelry was
 9   that you were trading in for drugs?
10      A.   No.
11      Q.   Do you have any idea -- you talked about looking on the
12   back for the highest carat of gold.
13                 In your mind, would that be expensive jewelry?
14      A.   Yeah. I get more Bath Salts with it, better jewelry I
15   had.
16      Q.   And I wanted to get an idea from you. If you walked in
17   with a 14 carat gold necklace from your mother, how much in
18   terms of drugs would Mr. Lance give you?
19      A.   Probably get one or two containers of 8 Ballz.
20      Q.   Which would be how many dollars worth?
21      A.   About 50.
22      Q.   You said you did this three to four times a week over a
23   three-month period. What three-month period?
24      A.   That was last summer, so.
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 1      A.     Yeah.
 2      Q.     Last summer before your first time in detention in
 3   September?
 4      A.     Yeah. It was 2011, so --
 5      Q.     Okay. Did there also come a time when you took land
 6   deeds from your mother?
 7      A.     Yes.
 8      Q.     Where did you find them?
 9      A.     Well, before my mom had this like chest and we opened
10   it up, and we found all these old newspapers, all these old
11   documents and then we found these land deeds. It was a land
12   deed and an identity bond. And I would -- she put them in a
13   drawer.
14                    I forgot about them for a while and then one of my
15   friends, was like -- he likes really old stuff and I was like
16   -- I had mentioned the old documents and we went in the drawer,
17   looked in it, found like the deed and the identity bond and
18   like these are probably worth a lot, they're in good condition,
19   so he'll probably buy these. And I took them in.
20      Q.     Who did you take them in to?
21      A.     Wes.
22      Q.     To Mr. Lance here in the courtroom?
23      A.     Yes.
24      Q.     And what -- how many property documents did you give
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 1     A.   I gave him two.
 2     Q.   Did you understand what these documents were that you
 3   were giving him?
 4     A.   No.
 5     Q.   Did you have any idea what they were worth?
 6     A.   No.
 7     Q.   And what was your purpose in giving those land deeds to
 8   Mr. Lance?
 9     A.   For Bath Salts.
10     Q.   And did he give you Bath Salts?
11     A.   Yes.
12     Q.   How much?
13     A.   Well, I had $20.00, and I had two land documents. And
14   I gave them to him. He gave my one container of Bliss and two
15   containers of 8 Ballz.
16     Q.   Did Mr. Lance tell you what he was going to do with
17   these land deeds?
18     A.   No.
19     Q.   You've used a couple of terms for the Bath Salts or the
20   Spice such as Bliss.
21                 Did you come to understand a difference between
22   any of these products?
23     A.   Yes.
24     Q.   Tell the Court about that.
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 1   other one. They'd burn more smoothly. More smoke would be
 2   created. Or they would have a higher potency and they would
 3   hit you faster and last longer.
 4      Q.   Do you recall today which ones have the higher potency?
 5      A.   The highest that I ever tried was Bliss Gold, which was
 6   a $32.00 package.
 7      Q.   Did you develop a favorite?
 8      A.   Yes.
 9      Q.   And was that the Bliss Gold?
10      A.   Yes.
11      Q.   Did you get arrested -- do you recall the date in
12   September that you got arrested for stealing your mother's
13   jewelry and taking it to Mr. Lance in exchange for your drugs?
14      A.   I don't remember the date.
15      Q.   Would it have been                      2011?
16      A.   Yes.
17      Q.   And did you actually get adjudicated and receive a
18   sentence in Juvenile Court for that?
19      A.   Yes.
20      Q.   I want to ask you about a couple other people,               .
21   Did you know somebody nicknamed                                  ?
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   How did you know               ?
24      A.   She was one of my extremely close friends.
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 1      A.   She lived in                  .
 2      Q.   How did you meet               ?
 3      A.   I first met her at a party.
 4      Q.   How often did you hang out with
 5      A.   Just all the time. Once a week, twice a week. Just
 6   whenever I could go to                     and see her.
 7      Q.   Did you and              do these synthetic drugs together?
 8      A.   Yes.
 9      Q.   What drugs did you do together?
10      A.   Bath Salts and Spice, and yeah.
11      Q.   Did you understand or believe that the Bath Salts and
12   Spice that you were doing together was legal?
13      A.   Yes.
14      Q.   Did           pass away this past year?
15      A.   Yes.
16      Q.   Do you recall when it was?
17      A.   It was the beginning or the end of last year.
18      Q.   And do you know what happened to                         how she died?
19      A.   I was aware that she had an asthma attack due from
20   using drugs.
21      Q.   From using the Spice?
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   Did you also know a young -- another young man named
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 1      Q.   How did you know
 2      A.   He was one of my other really close friends.
 3      Q.   And           also passed away?
 4      A.   Yes.
 5      Q.   When did he die?
 6      A.   He died last month or this month.
 7      Q.   Do you know how old                  was?
 8      A.   I believe he was almost                 He turned                        .
 9      Q.   Did you do Bath Salts with
10      A.   Mostly prescription medication, but sometimes we did do
11   Bath Salts.
12      Q.   Was           a heavy user of the prescription
13   medications?
14      A.   Yes.
15      Q.   And have you also tried them?
16      A.   Yes.
17      Q.   Let's talk about, then, what happened immediately
18   preceding your current stay at the Detention Center.
19                  You have told the Court on                          of 2012 you
20   were released from detention.
21      A.   Yes.
22      Q.   How many days had you been in; do you know?
23      A.   I was in for              months.
24      Q.   And after you got out, were you on probation?
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 1      Q.     Did you have a probation officer?
 2      A.     Yes.
 3      Q.     Who was that?
 4      A.     It was             .
 5      Q.     Who's your probation officer now?
 6      A.     Nicole James.
 7      Q.     When you got out on                    , did you go back to live
 8   with your mother?
 9      A.     Yes.
10      Q.     And at that point, had you been through treatment again
11   for the synthetic drugs addiction?
12      A.     No.
13      Q.     So the rehab you had received was back in                     of
14   2011?
15      A.     Yes.
16      Q.     When you got out in                what was your intention,
17            , about using Bath Salts?
18      A.     I didn't want to use. I was clear headed. I was
19   staying sober. And everything -- stuff started happening in
20   the family which weakened my confidence.
21      Q.     What was your intention about -- when you got out in
22   June, what was what your intention about using any illegal
23   drugs?
24      A.     I was going to stay off them. I was going to get a
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 1      Q.   Did you stay clean for some time?
 2      A.   I stayed clean for about 20 days.
 3      Q.   And then what happened?
 4      A.   And then the -- stuff started happening with
 5                 tried to commit suicide. And then my -- like a
 6   week later,              committed suicide and I just -- I lost a
 7   lot of faith in life and I went to                        house and I --
 8   had them.
 9      Q.   When did you get up to                         house?
10      A.   I got -- it was in             .
11      Q.   How long were you at                        house before you
12   started using Bath Salts?
13      A.   I would go every other weekend to visit
14      Q.   Oh, I see. Did you intend to use Bath Salts when you
15   went up to
16      A.   No.
17      Q.   What happened, then, that you started using again?
18      A.   I went into         room to actually grab a screwdriver,
19   and I knocked         had a thermometer on                 dresser and I had
20   knocked it behind        dresser and then I moved the dresser, and
21   I saw about 16 containers.
22      Q.   And are you talking about the packets or the vials or
23   what?
24      A.   It was a packet and there was a vial inside the packet.
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 1   Bath Salts, after everything you had already been through, what
 2   was your first reaction?
 3      A.   I just -- I just stared at them for a couple minutes.
 4   I just stared down at them, and I -- I couldn't resist it. It
 5   was -- it was my way out. So I grabbed one of the packets,
 6   went to the bathroom to say I took a shower. I had tell
 7                   wouldn't get suspicious. And I went in there and
 8   I used it.
 9      Q.   And how did you feel after using it?
10      A.   I -- I felt good. I felt happy. I felt like I can
11   accomplish anything. I could clean. I could do everything.
12      Q.   What did you do then over the next couple of days?
13      A.   I went back and grabbed a couple more. I grabbed two.
14   Then I grabbed three. Then I grabbed like six and I'd just
15   keep getting more and more until they're almost all gone.
16      Q.   And how were you feeling with each -- each time you
17   used another packet, how were you feeling?
18      A.   Well, I had to use more and more to feel good like I
19   did when I first start using it and then eventually, I just --
20   I couldn't handle it anymore.
21      Q.   How many days were you using the Bath Salts?
22      A.   About four to five.
23      Q.   Four to five?
24      A.   Yeah.
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 1   that that was -- those were legal drugs?
 2      A.   Yes.
 3      Q.   And they were similar to the same stuff you had gotten
 4   from Mr. Lance?
 5      A.   Yes.
 6      Q.   Over the four to five days, how were feeling?
 7      A.   I felt good in the beginning and then I wouldn't sleep
 8   and then I started feeling just -- I felt bad. I felt like I
 9   left everybody -- I let everybody down and I just -- I couldn't
10   -- I -- I -- it scared me how much power that it had over me
11   and I didn't want to keep doing that.
12      Q.   So what did you do?
13      A.   I told -- first I told                        and then I told
14   and they said, okay, well, you should call your probation
15   officer.
16                  So first I called                  because I felt extremely
17   sorry towards                because I told her I was going to do
18   good. And I felt like I just -- that -- I threw a huge
19   disappointment thing on her. And then I called my probation
20   officer, told her I've been using. She said, okay. It's all
21   right. Thank you for telling me. It's going to be a lot less
22   of a punishment now since you confronted me about it, you told
23   me before you got caught and then I said okay.
24                  And then I found out an hour later that I'm -- was
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 1      Q.   And when you learned you were going back to detention,
 2   how did you feel?
 3      A.   I didn't want to go but I knew if I ran, it would just
 4   make things a lot worse. And I was -- I was crying. I was
 5   sad. I just -- I just hated everything. But part of it was
 6   because my mind was still in the Bath Salts so I was still
 7   coming down, depressed. And I just hated life.
 8      Q.   Did you also recognize that you needed help?
 9      A.   Yes.
10      Q.   How did you get to the Juvenile Detention Center from
11             place in
12      A.   That -- the night that I called
13                                      , drove me to                   to home.
14   Then my mom came home and we talked real quick. We talked.
15   Like she told me it's going to be okay. Thank you for telling
16   us. Turn yourself in. And then the next day around like 4:30,
17              drove me to the Detention Center.
18      Q.   And you've been there ever since?
19      A.   Yes.
20      Q.   And then you've already told the Court about your first
21   week-and-a-half in detox.
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   You said you used the Bath Salts over four to five
24   days.
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 1   during that period?
 2      A.   I ended up using about 14.
 3      Q.   And would that be a lot?
 4      A.   Yes.
 5      Q.   You said that you are waiting to get into the drug
 6   treatment program that is part of detention?
 7      A.   Yes. I start
 8      Q.   That's a 40-day -- 42-day program?
 9      A.   Yes.
10      Q.   What are your hopes about what you will accomplish in
11   that program?
12      A.   That it's going to give me tools to, if I have
13   cravings, who to call, tips to use, and I'll just be able to
14   tackle my addiction better.
15      Q.   When you get out and you see Bath Salts again, what do
16   you think will happen?
17      A.   I'm hoping that I will be able to refuse.
18      Q.   Would it help you, when you get out, to not be able to
19   buy the Bath Salts in shops around town?
20      A.   Yes, greatly.
21      Q.   When you were using the Bath Salts, would it be fair to
22   say your life became focused on where to find them, your next
23   hit?
24      A.   Yes. Always determined to find more.
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 1   would say is the most frightening?
 2      A.   Just how much control it can have over your life.
 3      Q.               why did you make the decision to come in here
 4   and testify today and tell the Judge all of this?
 5      A.   'Cause I know there's kids out there that experienced
 6   what I have and I would not never want anyone to go through
 7   what I have gone through. And if it's made illegal, then
 8   there's less of a chance that they will go through something
 9   that harsh. I'm just -- I don't want anybody to experience
10   stuff I've seen.
11      Q.   Do you think it would be beneficial for the community
12   if the retail shops were not allowed to sell this stuff?
13      A.   Intensely beneficial.
14      Q.   Thank you very much,                    .
15                MS. POLK: Thank you, Judge.
16                THE COURT: Thank you. This might be a good time
17   for us to break for our noon recess.
18                Mr. Lance, when we come back, we'll start with
19   you, sir, on cross-examination. Okay?
20                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
21                THE COURT: All right. We'll be in recess until
22   1:30.
23                (A recess was taken.)
24                THE COURT: We're back on the record in Sheila
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 1   will note the presence of all parties. We have our witness
 2   back on the stand.
 3                  Mr. Lance, are you ready to proceed with your
 4   cross-examination?
 5                  MR. LANCE: I am, sir, and I'm expressing some
 6   concern. I'm not a lawyer. I do not know how to handle this.
 7   I want this on the record. I am being perjured against. This
 8   is not true testimony in any way, shape or form.
 9                  MS. POLK: Your Honor, objection to this line of
10   questioning.
11                  MR. LANCE: I'm not questioning. I'm making a
12   statement.
13                  THE COURT: I will let make your preliminary
14   statement and I want to get started on cross-examination, so
15   make your statement.
16                  MR. LANCE: Okay. So my statement is just that
17   this is not any kind of legitimate statement that's being made
18   here. This is -- this is purely untruth.
19                  THE COURT: Okay. And this is your opportunity to
20   cross-examine the witnesses about their testimony.
21                  MR. LANCE: Okay.
22                  THE COURT: So proceed with the cross-examination.
23
24                              E X A M I N A T I O N
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 1      Q.    Hello,
 2      A.    Hi.
 3      Q.            have you ever seen the sign on the front of my
 4   business, my door?
 5      A.    No.
 6      Q.    You never seen the sign that said you must be 18 or
 7   older to enter?
 8      A.    I wasn't aware there was one.
 9      Q.    Okay. I'll write that up as a no. Did you know all
10   the customers in my store are carded?
11      A.    No.
12      Q.    What other items do I sell in my store besides bath
13   salts?
14      A.    Cigars and I don't know what else.
15      Q.    Okay. Red Mule cigars?
16      A.    Yes.
17      Q.    Okay. So it's not just a hippie shop or head shop, it
18   is a tobacco store?
19      A.    Yeah.
20      Q.    Okay. Have you ever presented any ID showing you to be
21   18 or older to any employee in my store?
22      A.    No.
23      Q.    You have never -- never presented a card? Okay.
24                   Have you ever come in my store with any of your
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 1      A.    Yes.
 2      Q.    Okay. Who would that be?
 3      A.    One off the top of my head, with
 4      Q.    Did                      purchase Bath Salts for you and for
 5   him?
 6      A.    No. I purchased it.
 7      Q.    From who?
 8      A.    From either you or some of your employees.
 9      Q.    You never purchased it from me.
10                   THE COURT: Mr. Lance.
11                   MR. LANCE: Yeah, I understand.
12                   THE COURT: No. Mr. Lance, let me make sure that
13   we're all clear about this: You can't argue with the witness.
14   I'm going to instruct you not to argue with the witness.
15                   You can ask the witness questions. After that
16   then there will be some redirect, and then when it's time for
17   your case you can present your case, but you cannot argue with
18   the witness and I'm telling you can't.
19                   MR. LANCE: All right.
20                   THE COURT: Proceed.
21                   BY MR. LANCE:
22      Q.    Has         ever purchased Bath Salts or Spice in my
23   store?
24      A.    Yes.
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 1   valuables at my store that you know of?
 2                  MR. FIELDS: Objection; calls -- foundation.
 3                  THE COURT: Sustained.
 4                  MR. LANCE: I've been accused of stealing
 5   $10,000.00 worth of jewelry, Judge.
 6                  THE COURT: Ask another question.
 7                  BY MR. LANCE:
 8      Q.   Have you ever sold anything in my store to me?
 9      A.   I have traded, yes.
10      Q.   Sold?
11      A.   Not for cash.
12      Q.   Okay. Do you know                             and       ?
13      A.   No.
14      Q.   Okay. Let's go back. Do you know                            --
15                   ?
16      A.   Yes.
17      Q.   But you don't know                            or        ?
18      A.   No.
19      Q.   Okay. I guess I'm going to write it up as no.
20                  You stated that you stole a -- a property deed
21   from your mother; is that correct?
22      A.   Yes.
23      Q.   Did that deed belong to your mother or someone else?
24      A.   No. It belonged to my mother.
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 1   valuables to me?
 2      A.   I have traded, but not for cash.
 3      Q.   Where did you get that jewelry?
 4      A.   My mother's bedroom.
 5      Q.   You -- you stole it from her?
 6      A.   Yes, sir.
 7      Q.   Have you ever sold gold jewelry or other valuables to
 8   anyone else?
 9      A.   No.
10      Q.   Okay. You testified you sold me a property deed. Do
11   you remember me asking you if this was stolen property?
12      A.   No.
13                  MS. POLK: Your Honor, objection. That
14   mischaracterizes what the testimony has been.
15                  THE COURT: Sustained.
16                  BY MR. LANCE:
17      Q.   Okay. Do you remember me asking you how you might know
18   if it was even valuable?
19      A.   No.
20      Q.   You testified that I paid you $20.00 for the deed; is
21   that correct?
22      A.   No.
23      Q.   What did I pay you for the deed?
24      A.   You gave me Bath Salts for it in exchange.
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 1      A.   No.
 2      Q.          has the County Attorney or any other law
 3   enforcement officer of any kind, be it your parole, probation,
 4   your current troubles that you are in -- have they offered you
 5   any type of extra consideration for your testimony here today?
 6      A.   No.
 7      Q.   Okay. No extra privileges?
 8      A.   No.
 9      Q.   Have your parents been offering (sic) leniency on any
10   possible charges of child neglect, contributing to your
11   delinquency?
12      A.   No.
13                  MR. LANCE: Okay. That's all the questions I have
14   for right now.
15                  THE COURT: Redirect.
16                  MS. POLK: Yes, Your Honor. Thank you.
17
18                          E X A M I N A T I O N
19   BY MS. POLK:
20      Q.             Mr. Lance asked you a question about a sign
21   that he says is on the door to his shop.
22                  Are there signs on the door to his shop, any sort
23   of signs?
24      A.   There wasn't the last time I was there.
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 1      A.     About six months ago.
 2      Q.     Have you ever seen a sign on the door to shop that says
 3   you can't come in if you are under 18?
 4      A.     No, ma'am.
 5      Q.     In fact, you are under 18?
 6      A.     Yes.
 7      Q.     And at what age did you start going into Mr. Lance's
 8   shop?
 9      A.
10      Q.     From the time you were            to the time -- to the present
11   day, you just turned           can you give the Court an idea of how
12   many times you went into Mr. Lance's shop?
13      A.     Over 20.
14      Q.     And during that same time period did other kids also
15   under the age of 18 go into Mr. Lance's shop?
16      A.     Yes.
17                    MR. LANCE: Your Honor, I object. She has no
18   proof. Neither does
19                    THE COURT: You can ask him questions on --
20                    MR. LANCE: Then I still object to that question.
21                    THE COURT: Well, I'm not sure I'm going to --
22   well, overruled. Go ahead, counsel.
23                    BY MS. POLK:
24      Q.     Mr. Lance asked you,                 , if you had ever been
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 1                    First of all, what does that mean to be carded?
 2      A.     To show ID to verify your age.
 3      Q.     Have you ever been carded anywhere?
 4      A.     No -- oh, like going to gas station if I asked to buy
 5   cigarettes they ask for my card. Yes, I've had that happen
 6   before.
 7      Q.     And at Mr. Lance's shop, during all the different times
 8   you have been there, did anyone ever ask you to show your
 9   identification?
10      A.     Not once.
11      Q.     How about for your friends that are under the age 18;
12   during all the times that you were in Mr. Lance's shop with
13   other kids under the age of 18, did Mr. Lance ever ask any of
14   you for identification to show your age?
15      A.     I've never seen anyone ask for a card.
16      Q.     Does Mr. Lance have employees that work in his shop?
17      A.     Yes.
18      Q.     Do you know how many?
19      A.     I know at least three -- two.
20      Q.     And have you ever purchased Bath Salts or Spice from at
21   least two other employees?
22      A.     Yes.
23      Q.     Have you ever also purchased directly from Mr. Lance?
24      A.     Yes.
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 1   have you purchased Bath Salts or Spice?
 2      A.   About 10.
 3      Q.   During any of those 10 transactions did Mr. Lance ever
 4   ask you for identification?
 5      A.   No, ma'am.
 6      Q.   Do you have any reason to believe that Mr. Lance does
 7   not know that you are a high school kid?
 8      A.   No.
 9      Q.   What would be your reason for your belief that Mr.
10   Lance knows you are a high school kid?
11      A.   I told him my age before.
12      Q.   When was it that you told him your age?
13      A.   Some time last year.
14      Q.   Why did your age came up?
15      A.   When I was first started going into the shop he asked
16   how old I was and I said
17      Q.   And what did Mr. Lance say when you told him you were
18   only
19      A.   There was nothing after that.
20      Q.   You testified when I was up here before on direct-exam,
21   you told the Court about that period of time when you were
22   stealing your mother's jewelry and I think three to four times
23   a week --
24      A.   Yes.
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 1   jewelry to Mr. Lance's shop to exchange for the Bath Salts.
 2                    When you did those transactions who did you deal
 3   with at Mr. Lance's shop?
 4      A.     I couldn't do -- I couldn't do any jewelry or land
 5   deeds unless Wes was there because the lady that worked there,
 6   an older lady, said that Wes had to be the one to make the
 7   deals involving jewelry or trading of some kind.
 8      Q.     So every time you were trading your mother's jewelry it
 9   was with Mr. Lance?
10      A.     Yes.
11      Q.     Did Mr. Lance ever ask you where you were getting this
12   jewelry?
13      A.     No.
14      Q.     Did you ever tell him a story about where the jewelry
15   was coming from?
16      A.     Not with the jewelry.
17      Q.     Did Mr. Lance have reason to know that this jewelry was
18   not yours to sell?
19      A.     I think anybody would have reason to know if a
20                   kid comes in everyday with jewelry that it's
21   stolen.
22      Q.     With respect to the land deeds that you told us about,
23   when you exchanged -- when you traded those land deeds for the
24   Bath Salts, was that with Mr. Lance directly as well?
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 1      Q.   And what did you tell Mr. Lance about the land deed?
 2      A.   That my father gave them to me.
 3      Q.   Did Mr. Lance question you about them?
 4      A.   No.
 5      Q.   Did Mr. Lance ask you if knew how valuable they were?
 6      A.   No.
 7      Q.   Do you think Mr. Lance had any reason to know those
 8   land deeds were stolen?
 9      A.   He could have.
10      Q.   And why do say that?
11      A.   Well, because, like I said, I don't think a young kid
12   goes around with land deeds all the time.
13      Q.   Mr. Lance asked you whether he didn't in fact give you
14   $20.00 for that land deed.
15                 Did that ever happen?
16      A.   I gave him $20.00.
17      Q.   So tell the Court, when you exchanged land deeds with
18   Mr. Lance what else did you give Mr. Lance?
19      A.   I gave him a necklace, I believe, and $20.00.
20      Q.   And exchange for that what did you get?
21      A.   I got a container of Bliss and -- two containers of
22   Bliss and one container of 8 Ballz.
23      Q.   Can you tell us what the dollar value would be of that
24   container of 8 Ballz?
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 1      Q.   For that one container?
 2      A.   Yes.
 3      Q.   And then what would the value container of Bliss be?
 4      A.   Thirty-two.
 5      Q.   And you got two containers?
 6      A.   Yes.
 7      Q.   So for two containers of Bliss, one container of 8
 8   Ballz you gave Mr. Lance $20.00 and a land deed?
 9      A.   Yes.
10      Q.   Did Mr. Lance tell you how much value he was placing on
11   that land deed?
12      A.   No.
13      Q.   And then how long,                  if you recall, did those
14   two containers of Bliss and that one container of 8 Ballz --
15   how long did that last for you?
16      A.   About one and a half days.
17      Q.   And was that typical of your usage at the time?
18      A.   At the time. It should last -- an average person it
19   should last, that much, about a week, and I used it up in a day
20   and a half.
21      Q.   Were there days when you went into Mr. Lance's shop
22   more than once in a day?
23      A.   Yes.
24      Q.   For what purpose?
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 1      Q.    So you would purchase your Bath Salts --
 2      A.    Yes.
 3      Q.    -- use it, and then need more that same day?
 4      A.    Yes. For the next day too.
 5      Q.    And on those occasions were you dealing directly with
 6   Mr. Lance?
 7      A.    Him or his employees.
 8      Q.    Let me ask you this: Would it have been apparent to
 9   Mr. Lance that you were addicted to the Bath Salts?
10      A.    Yeah. I think anybody could tell there was something
11   wrong with me.
12      Q.    How could anybody tell that?
13      A.    I was picking myself, agitated, looking around like
14   crazy. I just looked paranoid like I was being watched all the
15   time. Just not a normal          -year-old.
16      Q.    And yet Mr. Lance continued to provide you with these
17   drugs?
18      A.    Yes.
19                   MS. POLK: Thank you very much,                  . Thank
20   you, Your Honor.
21                   THE COURT: Thank you. Mr. Lance, I normally
22   won't do this but I'm going to allow you some additional
23   cross-examination of this witness.
24                   MR. LANCE: I don't know how to put it to him,
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 1
 2                            E X A M I N A T I O N
 3   BY MR. LANCE:
 4      Q.   Have you ever bought anything at the Don's Smoke Shop
 5   in Cottonwood?
 6      A.   No.
 7      Q.   Never?
 8      A.   No.
 9      Q.   Okay. Which employee sold to you,
10      A.   I don't remember her name. There was a young chick and
11   an older chic8k that worked there. I've boughten (sic) from
12   both of them.
13      Q.   Okay. Don't know. You seem to know everything else,
14   but you don't know that?
15                 MS. POLK: Objection, Your Honor.
16                 THE COURT: Mr. Lance --
17                 MR. LANCE: I --
18                 THE COURT: -- you're providing an awful lot of
19   gratuitous comments after the answer, so I'm going to ask you
20   to not do that. I'm going to ask you to ask your questions.
21                 MR. LANCE: I have no more questions for him at
22   this time.
23                 THE COURT: Okay. You can step down, sir. Thank
24   you very much.
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 1   excused? He is not under subpoena, Your Honor.
 2                  THE COURT: Okay. Then you are excused. Thank
 3   you.
 4                  THE WITNESS: Thank you.
 5                  THE COURT: Counsel, your next witness.
 6                  MS. POLK: Plaintiff calls Scott Mabery, please.
 7                  THE COURT: Mr. Mabery.
 8                  (SCOTT MABERY was duly sworn by the Court Clerk.
 9                  left the proceedings.)
10                  THE COURT: Counsel.
11                  MS. POLK: Thank you.
12
13                        S C O T T         M A B E R Y,
14   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
15   examined and testified as follows:
16
17                          E X A M I N A T I O N
18   BY MS. POLK:
19      Q.     Good afternoon.
20      A.     Good afternoon.
21      Q.     Will you tell us your full name?
22      A.     Scott Mabery.
23      Q.     What is your employment?
24      A.     I'm director of Juvenile Court Services for Yavapai
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 1      Q.   How long have you been the director?
 2      A.   I have been the director about nine years in March.
 3      Q.   And prior to that where were you employed?
 4      A.   I've been employed for Juvenile Probation and Juvenile
 5   Court -- it will be 20 years December 8th.
 6      Q.   Here in Yavapai County?
 7      A.   That's correct.
 8      Q.   Will you tell us what services or what the span of
 9   responsibility for Juvenile Court Services is?
10      A.   We -- I -- I oversee Juvenile Detention, Juvenile
11   Probation, treatment services, community service, all of the --
12   all of the Juvenile Court-related matters in Yavapai County.
13      Q.   How many employees work for you, Mr. Mabery?
14      A.   Approximately 90; 70 full-time and 20 part-time.
15      Q.   With respect to the number of kids in Yavapai County
16   who are on -- they're placed on Juvenile Probation, are you
17   able to give us a rough idea say over the span of a year how
18   many kids in our county are effected in some way or go through
19   your services?
20      A.   You know, I'm speaking off the top of my head. I -- I
21   want to say we -- we deal with about 1800 kids a year in
22   Yavapai County. Those aren't all kids on probation. Some of
23   those kids go through diversion meaning they go outside the
24   court system. We have about 300 kids on -- on probation in
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 1      Q.   And then with respect to your actual detention
 2   facility, at any given time can you give us an idea of how many
 3   kids would be in detention?
 4      A.   You know, it really goes through highs and lows. A
 5   couple years ago we were running 60-some kids. Today I think
 6   we're running 32 kids and that also counts the DSAT Program
 7   that has been mentioned. There's about six kids in DSAT and
 8   about 26 kids in general population.
 9      Q.   And over the course of a year are you able to give us
10   an idea of how many kids, total number of kids that might be in
11   detention at one point or another?
12      A.   I don't think I could give that to you off the top of
13   my head.
14      Q.   Are you able tell us what a range of stay for a typical
15   kid in detention is?
16      A.   You know, most recently our average length of stay
17   has -- has jumped up. We're seeing about 18 days, 18 to 19
18   days. Typically it will last 17 or 18 years (sic) and our
19   average length of stay was between ten and 12 days and just
20   recently it's jumped up to 18 or 19.
21      Q.   In terms of the issues that our kids in Yavapai County
22   face and the issues that might cause one of our youth to have
23   contact with the Juvenile Services, is substance abuse one of
24   the more significant issues?
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 1   that we deal with.
 2      Q.    And how so?
 3      A.    We do statistics every year and ever since -- you know,
 4   I have been in this business almost 20 years and either drugs
 5   or alcohol are number one and two offenses and then most of the
 6   other offenses come after that whether it's domestic violence
 7   or burglary or theft. Oftentimes the underlying issue is
 8   substance abuse.
 9      Q.    With respect to substance abuse and our kids, is there
10   a relationship between what is otherwise legal or available,
11   for example, to adults and what we find our kids are abusing?
12      A.    Can you rephrase that? I'm not sure --
13      Q.    For example, alcohol is not legal for kids but is legal
14   if you're 21 or over.
15      A.    Correct.
16      Q.    Does that mean alcohol is more available to our kids?
17      A.    Absolutely.
18      Q.    And do you see a relationship there or a connection
19   between the availability of a product and the kids' use of it?
20      A.    Absolutely.
21      Q.    I want to ask you specifically, Mr. Mabery, about
22   synthetic drugs that have the street names of Spice and Bath
23   Salts.
24                 Are you able to recall today when it was that
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 1   as chief of Juvenile Services?
 2      A.    It was about four years ago we started seeing some of
 3   this and some of it started coming up as salvia, and then Spice
 4   sprang onto the scene and then Bath Salts and now we're in the
 5   -- I don't know what generation we're into now, but probably
 6   the fifth or sixth generation of different types of synthetic
 7   drugs.
 8      Q.    And in terms of the synthetic drugs and what you are
 9   seeing, would it be fair to say that that's a particular
10   problem that continues to be on the increase?
11      A.    Absolutely.
12      Q.    Can you tell the Court -- let's talk about Spice first.
13   At Juvenile Services, what are some of the issues or problems
14   that you began to see with respect to Spice?
15      A.    We -- we started to see a decline in marijuana use and
16   we knew that there were -- you know, we do drug testing for all
17   our kids on probation and, like I said, marijuana and alcohol
18   offenses were always number one and two over the years.
19                 We started seeing a slip and we also started
20   hearing about Spice is on the increase, and it took us a long
21   time to actually get some testing methods and try and catch up
22   with the use that the juveniles were exhibiting with -- with
23   Spice and they were using it because we didn't have -- number
24   one, it was very expensive to get any testing on it, if you
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 1   anybody that could test these -- these types of synthetic
 2   drugs.
 3      Q.    Do you know why that is?
 4      A.    Yeah. The kids knew we couldn't test for it and so
 5   they were switching over to these designer drugs.
 6      Q.    And do you know why it was that you couldn't find labs
 7   who could test for synthetic drugs?
 8      A.    Because they were always one step behind because they
 9   would change the molecular compounds and -- and, yeah, that's
10   why.
11      Q.    So the kids figured out they could use Spice and it
12   would go undetected?
13      A.    Correct.
14      Q.    How do the -- how do the kids figure that out so
15   quickly?
16      A.    You know, the kids have their own network and we always
17   -- we always seem to be one step behind that network and it's
18   amazing what they -- what they know on the street.
19      Q.    When one of our youth is placed on Juvenile Probation,
20   are they typically ordered not to use synthetic drugs such as
21   Spice and Bath Salts?
22      A.    Yes, they are.
23      Q.    So even though the Spice was -- is legal and is being
24   sold in a shop, in terms of a child being on probation, they
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 1      A.   I would argue, yes, absolutely. The kids that are on
 2   probation -- there is a -- there is a rule in their -- their
 3   probation that says you shall not use any mind-altering
 4   substance and that was -- that was put into effect just because
 5   it was a catchall because of the Spice and Bath Salts, and
 6   so --
 7      Q.   Can you tell us today are you continuing to see an
 8   increase in the use of Spice by the kids?
 9      A.   Yes, we are.
10      Q.   And now, let's talk about Bath Salts. When did Bath
11   Salts come onto your radar?
12      A.   I think about two years ago they started bursting onto
13   the scene.
14      Q.   And, again, the same line of questioning that I just
15   had with respect to the Spice; would it also be true for the
16   Bath Salts?
17      A.   That's correct.
18      Q.   Did you have the same issues in terms of detecting,
19   testing for the Bath Salts that you had for the Spice?
20      A.   Absolutely.
21      Q.   And do you know how the kids knew that they could go
22   use Bath Salts and you couldn't test for it?
23      A.   I don't know how they knew. I mean it's -- well, I --
24   I -- I think it's -- it's generally understood and it's just
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 1   head shops, or whatever it is, and you can buy these things
 2   and, you know, all the kids know that you can get them and they
 3   can't be detected and it's hard to test for.
 4      Q.   In terms of the kids that you were bringing into
 5   detention for whatever reason, were you getting -- have you
 6   seen an increase in kids who are under the influence of the
 7   Bath Salts or the Spice?
 8      A.   Yes.
 9      Q.   Will you tell the Court what are the -- the problems
10   specifically that you began and continue to see with respect to
11   both of these synthetic drug categories?
12      A.   We -- we started to see some kids that exhibited
13   behaviors like our detention officers had never seen before.
14   I, in fact, started to hear about some of these kids and some
15   of their behaviors and I had to -- I don't spend a lot of time
16   in detention, but I had to go back and meet some of kids that
17   we were having these extreme issues with because we, in
18   Juvenile Detention, use a lot of techniques before we go hands
19   on, but during this time period when we were seeing a spike in
20   Bath Salts we were restraining one or two kids a day meaning we
21   had to physically strap them down to a board to get them under
22   control. We actually had to sedate; have a doctor come in and
23   sedate one of the kids.
24                  And so I went back, saw some of these behaviors
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 1   their arms and face, ramming their faces into the walls, and
 2   everybody was trying to get a grasp on what are we seeing, what
 3   the heck is going on here.
 4      Q.   Had you had ever seen this sort of behavior by your
 5   kids in detention in your career at Juvenile Probation?
 6      A.   No. In 20 years I have never seen anything like this.
 7      Q.   You just testified you were seeing kids who were so out
 8   of control you had to physically restrain them.
 9                How do you accomplish that at Juvenile Probation?
10      A.   It takes a lot of people because you don't want to hurt
11   the kids and the kids are usually so out of control based on
12   their paranoia and what is going on in their minds, hearing
13   voices, that it takes about six or seven people.
14                Everybody grabs an arm and physically straps them
15   to a Velcro board and then you have to -- you have to have at
16   least two people sit there with them and make sure they don't
17   hurt themselves and they don't hurt their muscles trying to get
18   off the board and calm them and -- and it's very
19   labor-intensive.
20      Q.   Do you have medical personnel who are on the staff or
21   stand-by at Juvenile Probation?
22      A.   We do.
23      Q.   Did you -- have they had to divert or use their
24   expertise and resources to address this problem?
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 1   three psychiatrists looking at him trying to figure out a --
 2   some medications that could help him with his psychosis and
 3   hearing voices and those types of things. It never did get
 4   resolved. In fact the psychiatrists had agreed that it could
 5   be permanent in what they were seeing in this young man.
 6      Q.   So permanent damage to the child?
 7      A.   That's correct.
 8      Q.   When you have to use those sorts of resources to
 9   restrain and to treat, what does that do in general to
10   resources at your -- your department?
11      A.   When you get a kid in detention that -- that behaves
12   like that, all of our resources are focused on that child and
13   the other kids suffer.
14      Q.   Does it also present a threat to the health and safety
15   of your employees?
16      A.   It does.
17      Q.   How so?
18      A.   They become physically violent and they will attack
19   our -- our D.O.s and our probation officers and -- and that is
20   not uncommon at all.
21      Q.   For these children that come in under the influence of
22   these synthetic drugs, then is there a specific protocol such
23   as detox that they go through?
24      A.   It just depends on how high they are when they come in
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 1   case is handled individually.
 2      Q.   Are you finding that the effects of these
 3   longer-lasting than some of the other drugs you have dealt with
 4   in the past?
 5      A.   You know, there again, I think it's hit and miss. I
 6   think some of the testimony has been they're fine after a week,
 7   but we have also seen kids that I know of who are going on
 8   about year that are still having these -- having psychosis and
 9   hearing voices.
10      Q.   Do you recall, Mr. Mabery, one child in particular that
11   you previously spoke to me about who was banging his head?
12      A.   Yes.
13      Q.   Can you tell the Court about that particular child?
14      A.   That young man was the one that I had to go back and I
15   was trying to form some type of relationship with him. We --
16   our Detention Center is not equipped for this. We have never
17   been equipped for this.
18                  We -- even through the years of -- of you know,
19   heroin or P.C.P. or cocaine or marijuana, and those type of
20   drugs, we -- we always had -- we did a pretty good job with
21   dealing with those kids.
22                  But this new synthetic drugs, the new synthetic
23   drugs are -- are something like we have never seen and we're
24   not equipped to deal with them and trying to get -- get these
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 1   almost impossible in this detention setting.
 2      Q.   Have you had kids who have actually been physically
 3   banging their heads against walls?
 4      A.   Yes. Yes.
 5      Q.   What do did you about them?
 6      A.   Well, you have -- you have to put somebody in with them
 7   24 hours a day or, you know, oftentimes we strap them to the
 8   board. They end up getting strapped to the board and then
 9   sometimes sedated. A doctor, an M.D., has to come and actually
10   sedate those children.
11      Q.   The threat posed by these synthetic drugs, have you had
12   discussions with your staff?
13      A.   Yes.
14      Q.   And would it be fair to say that all of your staff,
15   your supervisors, your probation officers are seeing the sudden
16   increase in these synthetic drugs?
17      A.   Absolutely.
18      Q.   Do you have a school that you run at Juvenile Services?
19      A.   There is a school in Juvenile Services. I do not run
20   that school. That is run through the superintendent's office,
21   but we work very closely with them.
22      Q.   And who is the principal of that school?
23      A.   Marvy McNeese.
24      Q.   Do you know whether the school principal, through that
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 1   synthetic drugs?
 2      A.   Yes.
 3      Q.   And how so?
 4      A.   You know, there were a couple times. This one young
 5   man that I recall, we would have to have a detention officer
 6   sit with him in while he was in school and they could tell when
 7   he was starting to explode or when he was hearing voices and
 8   the voices were telling him to do some bad things.
 9                  That one young man I recall would -- would start
10   trembling and we would have a detention officer -- I happened
11   to walk in one day when they picked this young boy up and they
12   knew nothing more than to hug him and physically let him sob in
13   their arms and tell him nobody is going to hurt him and that he
14   is going to be okay and the monsters aren't there and these
15   D.O.s -- I mean it's -- it's --
16      Q.   It's troubling; isn't it?
17      A.   It is. And that happened in school. Another time the
18   same young man hopped up because he was paranoid and bashed
19   another kid in the head. He went across the room before the DO
20   could get to him.
21      Q.   Are your medical personnel equipped to even know how to
22   respond to these drugs?
23      A.   I don't know. I -- I don't think so.
24      Q.   Have you had discussions with the kids in -- who go
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 1   to some of the other insidious drugs that we have seen such as
 2   methamphetamine?
 3      A.    It seems to be a -- Bath Salts itself seems to be a
 4   notch above methamphetamine and cocaine and it seems as they
 5   continue to tweak these drugs, it just gets worse and worse and
 6   worse.
 7      Q.    Tell us what you know about these drugs being tweaked.
 8   How are you aware that they're being tweaked?
 9      A.    I don't know how they're being tweaked. I understand
10   that, you know, the law is trying catch up to them and they
11   just continue to change the molecular compounds in each and --
12   and suddenly make it legal again.
13      Q.    And do the kids seem to know or believe that what
14   they're taking is legal?
15      A.    No, not the kids on probation that we deal with. They
16   all know it's illegal for them to do it.
17      Q.    Illegal because as a term of probation they're not
18   supposed to be using?
19      A.    Correct.
20      Q.    But legal in the sense they can still buy it legally in
21   some of the smoke shops?
22      A.    Correct.
23      Q.    Are you seeing some of the symptoms that include these
24   high body temperatures, racing pulses and extreme psychosis?
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 1   other symptoms are there, but --
 2      Q.   And do you know whether Juvenile Services -- whether
 3   they're actually dealing with kids who are suicidal because of
 4   synthetic drugs?
 5      A.   Absolutely.
 6      Q.   Tell us about that.
 7      A.   Well, you know, from kids bashing their head into the
 8   wall to trying to tear their skin off, and they're always under
 9   watch when they start these behaviors and, you know, the one
10   boy that, you know, has to be held out in the hall to keep the
11   monsters off of him, he talks about I want to die; you know, I
12   can't continue to live like this.
13      Q.   Have these synthetic drugs for you, Mr. Mabery, been a
14   frightening thing?
15      A.   I have never seen anything like this in my career. I
16   have been doing this for 20 years and it's -- I have never seen
17   anything like it. We have always been able keep up with it.
18                There has always been research that backs
19   treatment for marijuana and cocaine and -- and P.C.P. and even
20   meth, but we don't know what we're dealing with with these
21   drugs. All we know is it's hurting our kids undoubtedly, and
22   so --
23      Q.   Did there come a time in January of this year, January
24   of 2012, that you actually contacted me to discuss whether or
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 1   to measure the impact or the use by our kids of these synthetic
 2   drugs?
 3      A.     And you said January 2012?
 4      Q.     Yes.
 5      A.     Yes.
 6      Q.     Did you then embark on a period of time that you tried
 7   to -- you hoped to test or quantify the level of usage among
 8   your kids?
 9      A.     Yes. We had already done some previous with Spice and
10   this time because of what we were seeing with Bath Salts in
11   this one young man in particular, that's why I contacted your
12   office.
13      Q.     Let's actually backup and have you tell the Court what
14   you did about -- previously about Spice.
15      A.     Back in December of 2010, because we didn't know what
16   we were dealing with the Spice epidemic, we knew it was out
17   there, but law enforcement, us, we didn't know the
18   symptomology, we didn't know much about what was going on.
19                    We had asked your office, and I think some RICO
20   funds were used, to do a collaborative -- kind of a research
21   project on our kids that were on probation, and we actually
22   asked the kids about how much they used and what they used and
23   those type of things.
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 1   seeing on the streets now. And in conjunction with that we
 2   needed the money because the testing for Spice at that time was
 3   about $50.00 a test and for us to test our kids, we didn't have
 4   the money to even do that.
 5                So we would test the kids, we would ask them what
 6   they were using and if the -- if their answers were consistent
 7   with what their tests showed, then basically they got a free
 8   pass. But if they lied us they would be prosecuted for using
 9   the illegal substance.
10                Through that -- and that was only for Spice at
11   that time. And we had done a 107 tests and interviewed 107
12   kids and those are kids on probation. We -- through the
13   interviews, 87 percent had said they used Spice one time or
14   another and 37 percent still had Spice in their system and 37
15   percent of kids that were already on probation still had Spice
16   in their system and what is alarming about that and I think
17   it's -- at the time we felt like Spice was out of their system
18   within two to three days, so an alarming number of kids were on
19   Spice at that time.
20      Q.   And one of the conclusions you drew from that is the
21   Spice stayed in the system longer than you previously believed?
22      A.   Yeah. You know, and that's -- that's what we're
23   seeing, but I think as these drugs continued to be tweaked
24   they -- it is staying in their system longer. We're hearing
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 1   they're still testing positive for Spice.
 2      Q.    And did you just state that 87 percent of the kids on
 3   probation ordered not to use mind-altering substances,
 4   self-admitted that they had used Spice?
 5      A.    That's correct.
 6      Q.    Is that a problem for you in terms of trying to
 7   rehabilitate and turn the lives of these kids around?
 8      A.    That's a huge problem.
 9      Q.    And tell us why.
10      A.    Well, you know, exactly what you said; we're trying to
11   rehabilitate these kids, turn their lives around, get them on
12   a -- on a path of sober living and the bottom line was -- is
13   that adults are giving them drugs to try and get around in the
14   path to rehabilitation. That's a huge problem for kids.
15      Q.    Did you do a similar study then with regard to Bath
16   Salts?
17      A.    We did.
18      Q.    And when was that study?
19      A.    We started that in January of 2012.
20      Q.    Tell us about that study.
21      A.    In that study we -- we conducted a 138 interviews of
22   kids on probation. We did 105 urinalysis tests of kids on
23   probation. Twenty-seven percent admitted to trying Bath Salts
24   within the past year. Seventy-four kids tested -- we also
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 1   were positive, so we -- we hadn't made a dent in -- you know,
 2   from 2010 to -- to now in the Spice issue.
 3                But we didn't have any kids -- even though we had
 4   27 percent that admitted to using Bath Salts, none of the came
 5   up positive for Bath Salts.
 6      Q.   What agency -- how were you actually testing for the
 7   presence of Bath Salts?
 8      A.   We were taking urinalyses and sending them off to the
 9   lab.
10      Q.   And do you believe there might be some issues as to
11   what you were actually testing for?
12      A.   I do.
13      Q.   And tell the Court about that.
14      A.   Again, I think it comes down to the molecular compound
15   of the Bath Salts that we were testing for. I believe that we
16   were probably one step behind once again and they were testing
17   for the wrong compound.
18      Q.   Are these synthetic drugs and your ability to test for
19   them a moving target?
20      A.   They are.
21      Q.   And why?
22      A.   Simply because they continue to change and we continue
23   to try to play catch-up and finding the tests that are credible
24   in -- in finding these drugs.
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 1   this year, by emergency legislation, listed certain compounds
 2   at the time that they believed to be found in Bath Salts,
 3   listed them as illegal under criminal statutes?
 4      A.   I am aware.
 5      Q.   And in fact were you -- was your Bath Salts study used
 6   in order to get that legislation passed?
 7      A.   That's my understanding.
 8      Q.   Shortly after that legislation passed, what was your
 9   experience in terms of the ability of that legislation to get
10   rid of these Bath Salts?
11      A.   It had little to no effect.
12      Q.   Very little, if at all?
13      A.   Correct.
14      Q.   And, again, why?
15      A.   Because it continues to be a moving target.
16      Q.   Mr. Mabery, do you believe that the Spice and the Bath
17   Salts present a significant hazard to the health, safety and
18   well being of the kids that you are charged with protecting?
19      A.   Without a doubt.
20      Q.   And do you believe that the Spice and the and Bath
21   Salts, generic terms for these synthetic drugs, that they
22   present a significant hazard to the health and safety of the
23   employees at Juvenile Services?
24      A.   Without a doubt.
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 1   terms of rehabilitating your kids and helping them turn their
 2   lives around if they could not legally purchase these synthetic
 3   drugs in stores across Yavapai County?
 4      A.    Without a doubt.
 5                 MS. POLK: Thank you, Mr. Mabery.
 6                 THE WITNESS: Thank you.
 7                 THE COURT: Cross-examination. Go ahead, sir.
 8
 9                            E X A M I N A T I O N
10   BY MR. LANCE:
11      Q.    Hello, Mr. Mabery.
12      A.    Hello.
13      Q.    Where is your office?
14      A.    I have an office in -- in Prescott and also in
15   Cottonwood. I spend about 95 percent of my time in Prescott.
16      Q.    Okay. Can you tell me if there is a marked difference
17   in the amount cases you have involving Spice and Bath Salts
18   between, say, Cottonwood and Prescott or are they kind of the
19   same?
20                 Is it worse here or worse over there?
21      A.    You know, actually it seems worse over here and the
22   probation officers that I talk to seem to believe the same
23   thing.
24      Q.    Okay. Because -- okay. All right. How many kids --
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 1   Salts?
 2                 Let's say you have an average amount of 50 at any
 3   one time here in Cottonwood.
 4      A.    We have about -- you know, from the last study we did,
 5   about 27 percent admitted to using Bath Salts.
 6      Q.    Okay. So it's still not the majority of them, it's the
 7   minority of them that are using it?
 8      A.    I guess you could categorize it that way.
 9      Q.    I'm just trying to get a fix on how severe the problem
10   is. I'm isolated. I live in Camp Verde.
11      A.    Um-hum. It's very severe.
12      Q.    Um-hum. How are the kids getting it? Kids, I'm
13   talking about under 18, minors; how are they getting it?
14      A.    It's my understanding from -- from different head shops
15   and people that are willing to sell to these kids.
16      Q.    Okay. Now, do you know, yourself, is there any law
17   that would prohibit them from selling them things to kids?
18      A.    Well, it depends on which -- which generation of drug
19   you're talking about. I think there have been laws -- I think
20   there have been laws to try and prohibit people from selling
21   these to kids, but I don't know where it stands right now and
22   what generation of drug is out there.
23      Q.    You must be 18 or older to purchase these things by
24   law?
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 1   it says not for human consumption on the packages.
 2      Q.   Right. Exactly. So that part, that's a big problem
 3   there because the kids can actually go into a head shop and
 4   say, well, I want some of that and they sell it to them.
 5                THE COURT: Is that a question?
 6                THE WITNESS: Some -- some sell it to them and I
 7   think it's up to adults to have discretion on who they sell it
 8   to or not and you hope that common sense would prevail.
 9                BY MR. LANCE:
10      Q.   Exactly. Do you know of any kids who have ever lied to
11   you or to your staff about anything to do with the Bath Salts
12   or the Spice?
13                I mean have they lied to get out of it? Have they
14   lied to you or --
15      A.   They lie to us everyday.
16      Q.   Yeah. Okay. Is this kind of a trait that goes with
17   the drugs also, lying and not telling the truth, facing up to
18   the truth?
19      A.   That's correct.
20      Q.   All right. What were the names of the smoke shops in,
21   say, Cottonwood who have been dealing with the kids or that you
22   have noticed was actually selling these products?
23      A.   You know, I don't know --
24      Q.   You didn't --
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 1      Q.   Um-hum. Okay.
 2      A.   I can tell you that the only thing that I do have
 3   firsthand knowledge about was we were doing a civics lesson in
 4   detention and talking about people who were running for the
 5   Board of Supervisors and we showed them a paper and your
 6   picture was on there and we had five kids say that they bought
 7   their Bath Salts from you, so that's the only thing I have
 8   firsthand knowledge about.
 9      Q.   And where were these kids from?
10      A.   I don't know where they were from, but they were in
11   detention at the time.
12      Q.   Do you have their names?
13      A.   I do not.
14      Q.   Okay. All right. Have you ever come across any
15   juveniles that were using both Bath Salts or and Spice with the
16   illicit drugs, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, LSD, any of
17   these other kind of things?
18                Have you come across that in your experience?
19      A.   All of the drugs. I mean they have experimented with
20   those drugs over time.
21      Q.   No. Where they're using, let's say, methamphetamine and
22   took Bath Salts on top of it or smoked Spice on top of it.
23      A.   Yes, I'm -- I'm confident that that happens.
24      Q.   I do appreciate your honesty. Are you a public
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 1      A.   I -- I serve at the leisure (sic) of the Presiding
 2   Judge for Yavapai County, Dave Mackey.
 3      Q.   Okay. So you're appointed then?
 4      A.   Did I say -- at the pleasure of the Judge. Did I say
 5   leisure? It's usually not leisurely.
 6      Q.   You weren't required to -- to take an oath or put up a
 7   bond or any of that as a public servant?
 8      A.   I did take an oath.
 9      Q.   Okay. And put up your bond and everything?
10      A.   No.
11      Q.   Okay. No bond. Has any adults been cited for
12   contributing to delinquency of a minor or anything on that?
13                 You say that adults are giving it to the kids.
14   Okay. Has there ever been parents that have been giving it to
15   kids or big brothers?
16                 I mean it's not just smoke shops, I don't think.
17   So what I'm saying here is could -- could family members and
18   close friends be buying this for people?
19      A.   They could. They could.
20                 MR. LANCE: Okay. You know, that's enough. I --
21   I have asked you enough questions. I thank you for your
22   honesty.
23                 THE COURT: Redirect.
24                 MS. POLK: Thank you.
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 1                              E X A M I N A T I O N
 2   BY MS. POLK:
 3      Q.   Mr. Mabery, you were asked and responded about a civics
 4   lesson given in class. First of all, tell us where those
 5   classes are held.
 6      A.   In detention. I believe that was happening in the
 7   classroom.
 8      Q.   Was that this election cycle?
 9      A.   Yes, it was. It was within the last two months.
10      Q.   And how many kids are in school in that -- in that
11   particular class, if you know?
12      A.   I don't know on that particular day, but, you know, the
13   average is running about 30 right now.
14      Q.   And part of that civics lesson was to teach kids about
15   local politics and who was running for office?
16      A.   That's correct.
17      Q.   And tell us what happened then in terms of what the
18   teacher did to let the kids know who was running for office.
19      A.   It was my understanding they had the kids read the
20   paper and they were talking about the elections coming up and
21   the Board of Supervisors' elections and that type of thing and
22   we -- we do these in shifts. Not all the kids go into the
23   classroom at once.
24                  But on five different occasions they reported to
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 1   the man who I buy my Bath Salts from.
 2      Q.   And by that's the man, they're referring -- referring
 3   to Wes Lance here in the courtroom?
 4      A.   That's correct.
 5      Q.   When Mr. Lance questioned you he said he's trying to
 6   get a hand on how severe this problem is.
 7                  Can you answer that for us and tell us how severe
 8   this problem of these synthetic drugs is?
 9      A.   It's incredibly severe. Like I said, I -- in 20 years
10   in this business I've never seen anything like it. There is a
11   lot -- we have had a number of kids hospitalized. We have a
12   number of kids that are hurt and -- and frankly whether Bath
13   Salts and Spice contributed to the death of three kids in the
14   last year and a half, we don't know that for absolute sure, but
15   we know that they were using those drugs and I think when you
16   start losing children in this county at that rate, that's a
17   severe problem.
18      Q.   Would it be typical for you to lose in the span of one
19   year three kids who were in Juvenile Probation Services?
20      A.   No.
21      Q.   In your 20 years as -- and actually prior to that, but
22   your entire career spent with Juvenile Services, have you
23   experienced the loss of three kids on Juvenile Services in one
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 1      Q.   And what year was that?
 2      A.   I can't -- can't recall.
 3      Q.   Do you recall what those -- what those associated
 4   issues were that year?
 5      A.   I think we had a murder, we had then drug issues and
 6   methamphetamine was always big years ago.
 7      Q.   And let me end with that; when methamphetamine hit this
 8   county beginning really around 2000 and peaked up about 2006,
 9   2007, were you among those who felt like you had never seen
10   anything like that before?
11      A.   In 2006 and seven, relating to methamphetamine, you
12   know, I had seen it go through highs and lows. I had always
13   seen methamphetamine -- I started in '92 and it always went
14   through waves. And thank God we're in a low right now for
15   that.
16      Q.   Yeah.
17      A.   Unfortunately other things are cropping like this.
18      Q.   And how does what you're seeing today with respect to
19   synthetic drugs compare to what you have seen in other years?
20      A.   It's worse because we could test for meth and we knew
21   we had treatment methods for that and we knew what we were
22   seeing when we saw a kid that was on methamphetamine. Not that
23   it was ever good. I mean it was -- it was horrible. But this
24   is -- this is far beyond that.
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 1   Honor.
 2                   THE COURT: Thank you. Sir, you can step down.
 3   Thank you very much.
 4                   THE WITNESS: Thank you.
 5                   MR. LANCE: Could I ask one more question, Your
 6   Honor?
 7                   THE COURT: Sure.
 8
 9                              E X A M I N A T I O N
10   BY MR. LANCE:
11      Q.    All right. You mentioned a newspaper article and the
12   kids had identified me as the man who sold them their Bath
13   Salts?
14      A.    Correct.
15      Q.    How long ago was it you saw that article? It had to
16   have been pretty recently; right?
17      A.    Yes.
18      Q.    Okay. So within two weeks?
19      A.    I want to say within the last two months.
20      Q.    Okay. And when did they say that they bought these
21   from me? I mean are they currently buying them from me?
22      A.    They didn't say. I got the report from detention staff
23   that this was what was being said.
24      Q.    So you -- you really don't have any idea or question
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 1      A.   No, sir, I do not.
 2      Q.   They just walked -- they just volunteered the
 3   information?
 4      A.   The only clarification I asked was this is in a group
 5   setting, you know, 'cause you oftentimes get kids that feed off
 6   one another and -- and as we established they lie and they
 7   said, no, they said, these were all five separate incidents
 8   where they said this gentleman was selling us our drugs.
 9      Q.   Have you ever heard of Face Book?
10      A.   Yes.
11      Q.   I'm all over Face Book. I wonder if they got the
12   information from Face Book.
13      A.   I couldn't say.
14                  THE COURT: You're starting to get beyond --
15                  MR. LANCE: I'm trying though.
16                  THE COURT: Are you done?
17                  MR. LANCE: I'm done.
18                  THE COURT: Thank you. You can step down.
19                  Give me one second, counsel.
20                  Counsel, any additional witnesses?
21                  MS. POLK: Your Honor, at this time I'd like to
22   offer into evidence three self-authenticating documents
23   pursuant to Rule 902 of the Rules of Evidence. The first is
24   Exhibit 148, and we have provided copies to Mr. Lance.
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 1                  MS. POLK: Exhibit 148 is a laboratory report from
 2   AIP Laboratories reporting the toxicology of Calvin Forrey
 3   reporting negative for all drugs, but positive for Alpha-PVP,
 4   and this exhibit is accompanied by an affidavit, certified
 5   under oath, of the custodian of records.
 6                  THE COURT: All right. Thank you. Mr. Lance,
 7   Exhibit 148.
 8                  MR. LANCE: I can't find it.
 9                  THE COURT: I think it might be the exhibit that's
10   right on the desk right in front of you.
11                  MR. LANCE: Oh. Okay. All right.
12                  THE COURT: Any objection to Exhibit 148, sir?
13                  MR. LANCE: Yeah, I would have an objection. No
14   doubt Calvin Forrey was on the drugs, the Bath Salts.
15                  What I want to see and what I have asked to see
16   continually for some time, even outside this courtroom, is a
17   coroner's report or autopsy that shows somebody actually died
18   from the Bath Salts.
19                  THE COURT: And that's a different issue. Do you
20   have a legal objection to this exhibit being admitted as part
21   of the evidence?
22                  MR. LANCE: No, I do not.
23                  THE COURT: Exhibit 148 is admitted without
24   objection.
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 1   is a -- also a self-authenticating public record from the
 2   Yavapai -- or from the Town of Camp Verde. It is accompanied
 3   by a notarized certification and it is the business license
 4   application of Mr. Wes Lance.
 5                 THE COURT: Mr. Lance, I will give you a chance to
 6   look at that exhibit while I look at it.
 7                 MR. LANCE: Okay.
 8                 THE COURT: Let me know when you're done looking
 9   at it, sir.
10                 MR. LANCE: Okay.
11                 THE COURT: Any objection to the Court considering
12   Exhibit 51 as part of the evidence?
13                 MR. LANCE: No.
14                 THE COURT: Exhibit 51 is admitted without
15   objection.
16                 Counsel, the last exhibit.
17                 MR. LANCE: Your Honor, what I do object to is I
18   have no copies of these things.
19                 THE COURT: You do not have a copy of Exhibit 51
20   in your book?
21                 MR. LANCE: No, I don't.
22                 THE COURT: You do not. Okay. Counsel, would you
23   see if Mr. Lance --
24                 MR. LANCE: I have it in here (indicating) but I
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 1                THE COURT: You have it in the book?
 2                MR. LANCE: It's in the book.
 3                THE COURT: Okay.
 4                MR. LANCE: It's in this (indicating) book, your
 5   book, the Court's book.
 6                THE COURT: Well, those are copies of all the
 7   exhibits. Do you want see the one that's actually marked as an
 8   exhibit?
 9                MR. LANCE: No.
10                THE COURT: Okay.
11                MR. LANCE: No.
12                THE COURT: So, I'm sorry, what is your objection
13   to the exhibit?
14                MR. LANCE: Well, I don't have a copy that I can
15   look at in the evening when I'm trying to figure out what I'm
16   doing here. I mean I don't have a lot of this stuff.
17                THE COURT: Were you able -- you were able to take
18   that stuff home last night, but then this exhibit --
19                MR. LANCE: Not this (indicating). I have not
20   taken this home. I left this right here.
21                THE COURT: Okay. I think in our discussion at
22   the end of the day yesterday indicating that you could take
23   that with you.
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 1                MR. LANCE: Oh. I didn't know I could take this.
 2                THE COURT: Okay.
 3                MR. LANCE: I don't have this.
 4                THE COURT: Okay. I understand. And I'm going to
 5   let you -- you seem to be the only defendant that's been
 6   present throughout these proceedings. I'm going to let you
 7   take that home and -- and look at it.
 8                MR. LANCE: All right. Am I able to talk freely
 9   now?
10                THE COURT: Not yet. Not yet.
11                MR. LANCE: Okay.
12                THE COURT: First things first. So any objection
13   to Exhibit 51?
14                MR. LANCE: No, go ahead.
15                THE COURT: Exhibit 51 is admitted without
16   objection. Counsel.
17                MS. POLK: Your Honor, I move for the admission of
18   Exhibit 41. It's also a self-authenticating document. This is
19   the transaction privilege tax license by The Island Store which
20   is one of our defendants that has failed to appear. It's the
21   transaction privilege tax license from the City of Prescott and
22   it's accompanied by the original Clerk's certification.
23                THE COURT: Mr. Lance, any objection to Exhibit
24   41?
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 1                 THE COURT: Exhibit 41 is admitted without
 2   objection.
 3                 MS. POLK: And I do have one more, Your Honor.
 4                 THE COURT: Go ahead.
 5                 MS. POLK: It's Exhibit 40 which is a warranty
 6   deed. Again it's a self-authenticating document. It pertains
 7   to the property and to defendant Steve Wells who was associated
 8   with The Island Store.
 9                 THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Lance, any objection to
10   Exhibit 40?
11                 MR. LANCE: I'm looking for it. Is this it?
12                 MS. POLK: Yes.
13                 MR. LANCE: Yes, Steve Wells. No, I have no
14   objection.
15                 THE COURT: Exhibit 40 is also admitted without
16   objection.
17                 Ms. Polk, anything else?
18                 MS. POLK: Your Honor, plaintiff would call Mr.
19   Wes Lance to the stand.
20                 THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Lance.
21                 MR. LANCE: Is that proper, a defendant
22   representing himself, to be on the stand?
23                 THE COURT: She is calling you as a witness so my
24   Bailiff will --
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 1   Clerk.)
 2                  THE COURT: Counsel, we're going to take a
 3   15-minute recess at 3:00 o'clock.
 4                  MR. FIELDS: At 3:00 o'clock? Thank you, Your
 5   Honor. Appreciate it.
 6
 7                 S C O T T           W E S L E Y           L A N C E,
 8   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
 9   examined and testified as follows:
10
11                             E X A M I N A T I O N
12   BY MR. FIELDS:
13      Q.     Good afternoon, Mr. Lance.
14      A.     Hello.
15      Q.     Would you state your full name and spell your last name
16   for the record, please?
17      A.     My full real name is Scott Wesley Lance and most people
18   know me as Wes Lance or Wild Wes.
19      Q.     Okay. And you reside here in Camp Verde?
20      A.     Yes, sir.
21      Q.     How long lived here in Camp Verde?
22      A.     Almost 20 years now.
23      Q.     Before you lived in Camp Verde, where did -- where did
24   you live?
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 1      Q.   Is that where you're originally from?
 2      A.   No. No. I was in Minnesota. I -- I -- I worked at
 3   the Mall of America for a while. I was a Buffalo Bill
 4   look-alike.
 5      Q.   Where were you before Minnesota?
 6      A.   Before Minnesota, Colorado.
 7      Q.   Where were you -- where were born and raised
 8   originally?
 9      A.   Born and raised in Ohio.
10      Q.   In Ohio. Okay. And you decided to come out here in
11   Arizona about 20 years ago?
12      A.   No. When I was 18, 19 I came out. I have been here
13   longer -- more than 20, but I spent the entire '80s on the
14   border in southern Arizona.
15      Q.   Um-hum.
16      A.   I drove stage coaches and worked on movies and worked
17   on cow outfits, ranches and things.
18      Q.   How did you end up here in Camp Verde?
19      A.   Well, I -- I met a friend in Wisconsin at a rally --
20   rally. It was actually a Rolling Thunder Concert. We were hit
21   by a -- a micro-burst and when that micro-burst hit there was
22   some people hurt seriously, some were killed. The stage
23   collapsed.
24                 Me and my friend were there set up with our
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 1   We were trying to help people get out from that stage and
 2   people were in pretty bad shape around there. And I met guy
 3   there by the name of Big Guy Lamb or David Lamb and David told
 4   me he was from -- from Arizona and I got to know David pretty
 5   good in the few days that we were there together during this
 6   disaster. He had one leg and I had to help him find their --
 7   their                                   ,
 8
 9                  And I told David I was getting ready to get out of
10   that country. I was tired of not eating anything on mesquite
11   so I going to head back out to Arizona. He said, where are you
12   going? I said I'm going to go to Payson; I have a brother who
13   lives there, my brother and sister-in-law, you know, and go
14   from there. He said, well I'm only 40 minutes down the road,
15   come out and see me, and so I did.
16      Q.     And he comes from Camp Verde?
17      A.     He was from Camp Verde. He was from California. He
18   lived here. David died here just maybe month or so ago.
19      Q.     I'm sorry to hear that. Did you stay friends with him
20   the whole time?
21      A.     Oh, yes.
22      Q.     When you came out here what did you do to earn a
23   living?
24      A.     I wheel and deal in flee markets. I sat at the feed
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 1   years. I helped set that place up to would be able to set and
 2   sell, vendors along the way thing --
 3      Q.     Um-hum.
 4      A.     -- and I sat there and I bought and sold elk and deer
 5   antlers and cow skulls, western saddles, spurs.
 6      Q.     How about -- how about your -- your current business; I
 7   have heard a couple different names of it. But what it is
 8   called?
 9      A.     My current business is Wes -- Wes Lance Trading
10   Company.
11      Q.     Now, I heard something else. I believe Smoke & Brew or
12   something like that. What's --
13      A.     That was the original name of my store and originally
14   my landlord went into partnership with me --
15      Q.     Um-hum.
16      A.     -- and then they were selling the home brews to home
17   brew and wine making equipment and then they just fell out on
18   me and I had -- you know, I just had my cigars and I scrambled
19   from that point --
20      Q.     Um-hum.
21      A.     -- to now. I'm still scrambling. So I manage to pay
22   my rent and my bills that's what I'm trying to do.
23      Q.     Now, who was your land -- who was -- who was your
24   landlord?
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 1   Coffey, but he owned Coffey Commercial Center.
 2      Q.   And he is still your landlord; correct?
 3      A.   He is still the landlord. He's not my partner.
 4      Q.   When you said he fell out, he just kind of withdrew
 5   from things?
 6      A.   They weren't getting the sales that they wanted. We
 7   weren't doing a lot of heavy-duty advertising so we didn't have
 8   a volume of people coming in. We didn't have a lot of flow,
 9   traffic flow in the store.
10      Q.   When did you change the name of the business?
11      A.   About two years ago; right in there.
12      Q.   When it was Smoking -- Smoking & Brews. It was
13   Smoking & Brews up until two years ago, if I understand?
14      A.   Pretty much, yeah.
15      Q.   We have been talking about Bath Salts and Spice. Were
16   you selling Bath Salts and Spice at that time?
17      A.   No.
18      Q.   When did you start selling Bath Salts and Spice?
19      A.   It was, I'm going to say, about two years ago now.
20      Q.   Just about the time the name of the -- of the business
21   changed?
22      A.   I want to say slightly before Ron and them pulled out.
23   They just couldn't make enough money at it, so --
24      Q.   Um-hum.
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 1   tried to do an on-line store and that didn't work either.
 2      Q.    How did you first find out about Bath Salts and Spice?
 3   How did -- how did they first come to your attention?
 4      A.    I had a lot of people come in and ask me for them and
 5   pester me for them and I didn't know anything about it.
 6      Q.    Was that because it was a smoke shop do you think?
 7      A.    Yeah. I have a real smoke shop. Let me qualify that.
 8      Q.    Please do.
 9      A.    My shop is not strictly Spice. My shop is not a head
10   shop. My shop -- I have a great deal of some of the best
11   cigars in the world. I also have pipe tobacco, pipes, tobacco
12   products as well.
13                 I've also in the last year incorporated musical
14   instruments and I buy, sell and trade used musical
15   instruments --
16      Q.    Um-hum.
17      A.    -- and accessories, guitars, strings, picks, things
18   like that. I'm trying to find a replacement for Bath Salts and
19   Spice.
20      Q.    That's -- that's -- that's probably a good idea. When
21   did the -- who -- so -- so customers came in and said, do you
22   have any of these products?
23      A.    Yeah.
24      Q.    What did they ask for originally?
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 1   that? I didn't know what that was.
 2      Q.   How did you find out about it?
 3      A.   Well, like I say, people kept coming in and asking and
 4   I had a fellow from Oak Creek that manufactured his own Spice
 5   and he brought it in and he said give it a try and see and I
 6   started out with a little bitty real Spice case about like this
 7   (indicating) --
 8      Q.   Um-hum.
 9      A.   -- and it had a little glass top on it and that's where
10   I started and I just built it from there.
11                I can live on a very meager amount so all my money
12   goes back into my store, either musical instruments or Spice or
13   cigars; whatever I need to continue my business.
14      Q.   I see. Well, so this first gentleman who kind of
15   introduced you to Spice, did he tell you what it was?
16      A.   Yeah. I asked him and he said, well -- he said, it's a
17   banana leaf that I treat with a thing called JWH-018 --
18      Q.   Um-hum.
19      A.   -- and I didn't know anything about it at that time. I
20   don't know what that substance was. I didn't -- I still don't
21   know because I don't smoke it, so I don't have a clue on that.
22      Q.   Did he tell you what people did with it?
23      A.   Yeah. He said they smoked it, but he said it was
24   supposed to be used as incense, a room cover. And I said, a
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 1   in a dish --
 2      Q.   Yeah.
 3      A.   -- and then you light it, you know, sitting on your
 4   coffee table and then everyone in the room gets a little giddy.
 5      Q.   Okay.
 6      A.   And he said and a couple glasses of wine, he said,
 7   everybody is stoned here pretty soon. And I said, okay,
 8   whatever you guys do.
 9      Q.   Well, that kind -- that would kind of explain why
10   people we're asking for it; huh?
11      A.   No doubt. And he did tell me it was a legal
12   alternative to marijuana.
13      Q.   Okay. So that was the first person who introduced you
14   to this?
15      A.   Yes.
16      Q.   Yeah. Does he still supply you with this product?
17      A.   Do I what?
18      Q.   Well, let me -- let me back up on the question. You
19   heard some of the witnesses here. You have been sitting here
20   very patiently and you heard some other witnesses -- I think
21   particularly yesterday -- say that the JWH-018 has been made
22   illegal.
23      A.   Correct.
24      Q.   So this man probably does not continue to supply you
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 1      A.     No, I haven't seen him for some time. He lasted about
 2   three, four months and then that was it and he got me basically
 3   into -- into the really retailing of the Spice.
 4      Q.     Well. Okay. So he -- he kind of disappeared after
 5   three or four months?
 6      A.     Yeah.
 7      Q.     Where else did you find out how -- where did you start
 8   getting product from then?
 9      A.     Well, it's -- it's a process that's being going on for
10   maybe two years --
11      Q.     Um-hum.
12      A.     -- for me. And I got to thinking, oh, boy, this stuff
13   might not be greatest thing in the world so I got to calling
14   the manufacturers, which even now if you go to the computer and
15   you can bring up millions of sites for Bath Salts or Spice,
16   either one, either one can be purchased right now on the
17   Internet.
18      Q.     Um-hum. Well, after this gentleman -- by the way what
19   was this gentleman's name? Just curious.
20      A.     I can't even remember what his name is. What was it;
21           -- I believe it was             something -- K.C. That was
22   it. And he called his little business K.C.'s Spice.
23      Q.                  was his name?
24      A.     K.C., just K.C.
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 1   disappeared?
 2      A.    Like I said, I went on the computer. I might be a dumb
 3   cowboy, but I'm not that dumb. I do know how to turn the
 4   computer on and look something up and do a search and I went on
 5   there and I was overwhelmed by all these products. I said,
 6   man, there is a lot of stuff there.
 7                  I said, you know, I wonder what this is all about
 8   and I started to check on it more and, you know, more people
 9   started coming and wanting more of this product. I didn't take
10   it to them. They came to me for it.
11                  So I started calling people on -- on these
12   products asking them is this really legal? And they said,
13   well, yeah, of course.
14      Q.    Let me -- let me ask you when say a lot people of
15   started coming in, more and more people started coming in,
16   what -- what kind of people would come in?
17                  Were they young? Were they old? Were they kids?
18      A.    You know, I've had -- I've had all ages, but I
19   maintain -- I don't care what anybody says -- I never sold to
20   kids. There's always been a sign on my door you must be 18 to
21   enter.
22                  Now,               here would not listen to me. I had
23   to throw him out constantly. And he had a friend that was over
24   18 and I did sell it to him.
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 1   going to do with the products?
 2      A.    Oh, I knew what they were going to do with it.
 3      Q.    What were they going to do it?
 4      A.    They're going to snort it, smoke it, whatever. They
 5   were going to get high on it.
 6      Q.    Um-hum. Now, we have been talking about the Spice so
 7   far.
 8                 What -- what about the Bath Salts; when did that
 9   first come up?
10      A.    I was only in that for maybe six months, maybe eight
11   months, somewhere in there. I was not involved in Bath Salts
12   for very long.
13      Q.    When -- when do you first recall being involved in Bath
14   Salts?
15      A.    It would be close to two years ago. I was looking for
16   other products to go with the Spice at the time and I didn't
17   know about this stuff and people were starting to ask for it
18   too. They said, have heard about that stuff called Bath Salts?
19   I said, no, I don't know anything about it.
20                 And it took me quite a while to search the
21   Internet and find suppliers that would sell it to me wholesale
22   'cause I couldn't buy no monster amounts. I would buy maybe
23   two or $300.00 worth at a time and then put that back into it,
24   you know.
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 1      A.   It depends on the -- the brand, you know. I looked
 2   into it and got to know it and I saw some things with some of
 3   the products that I did not like and I saw it on the Internet
 4   that there was some problems with some of the different ones,
 5   so --
 6      Q.   Okay. What kind of problems were -- were they having?
 7      A.   People getting carried away with it, people having bad
 8   times with it. I said, you know, what is -- what is all of
 9   this about?
10                 So I got with a company that had two different
11   products that agreed with me at that time and this company sold
12   Bliss Bath Salts and they sold the Mr. Nice Guy products.
13      Q.   Um-hum.
14      A.   And I looked them over and I thought, well, they look
15   like very good packaging, it looks like very good stuff, I will
16   give it a try, so I finally I kind of narrowed things down to
17   Mr. Nice Guy for Spice and Bliss for Bath Salts.
18      Q.   I see.
19      A.   I also tried to keep an eye on things at the other
20   stores like the Don's, Hawaiian Honey, all of the other shops.
21   I didn't want to sell something that somebody else was selling.
22   That way if did somebody did get in trouble with my products I
23   could answer up to it.
24      Q.   Um-hum. Who -- who was the supplier that was supplying
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 1      A.   He was back in the mid-west.
 2      Q.   Do you recall his name?
 3      A.   I'm trying to think. Adam was his name.
 4      Q.   It was just a name, an individual?
 5      A.   Yeah.
 6      Q.   Do you recall his last name?
 7      A.   I don't.
 8      Q.   Do you remember the web address?
 9      A.   I haven't bought any Spice from him in almost a year
10   now.
11      Q.   Was he providing you both Spice and Bath Salts?
12      A.   Yes. Yeah, at that time.
13      Q.   Were there any other suppliers you were getting Bath
14   Salts from?
15      A.   Not at that time, no.
16      Q.   Okay. What about more recently?
17      A.   No. When                       had made the statement that she
18   come and protested at my store, I talked to Martin Lineberger
19   (phonetic) from the newspaper. I said, Mark, what is going on
20   here and he said, well, they're protesting you selling Bath
21   Salts, and I -- I said, I have been out of Bath Salts for two
22   months. They're going to ban it. I said, why am I being
23   protested if I quit selling it?
24      Q.   Do you sell Bath Salts now?
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 1      Q.     When was the last time you sold Bath Salts?
 2      A.     I sold out two weeks -- a little better than two weeks
 3   before the ban actually went in on Bath Salts.
 4      Q.     You're talking about the ban, the Arizona --
 5      A.     No, the Federal ban, the DEA.
 6      Q.     Oh.
 7      A.     That made it all illegal as far as I know.
 8      Q.     Do you -- do you recall when that took place?
 9      A.     That would have been approximately a year ago. I'm
10   wanting to say sometime in September, early October. I don't
11   even remember.
12      Q.     Um-hum.
13      A.     I don't keep track of these things, you know.
14      Q.     Can you -- I believe that                               indicated that
15   he purchased Bath Salts from you about six months ago.
16                   Can you explain how he could have made that
17   statement?
18      A.     He couldn't have. I haven't had Bath Salts for almost
19   a year.
20      Q.     What about Spice; how long have you had Spice?
21      A.     Spice I have had continuously for I want to say about
22   two years.
23      Q.     Um-hum. Now, you say that you're still selling Spice
24   today?
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 1      Q.    Okay. And if I went to your store today I can buy some
 2   Spice?
 3      A.    Yes, sir.
 4      Q.    Okay.
 5      A.    I am selling a product that according to the
 6   manufacturer is currently legal. Now, I'm beginning to have
 7   problems with these guys.
 8      Q.    With which guys?
 9      A.    All of them. You know --
10      Q.    Who do you mean? Who are -- who are the guys you're
11   referring to?
12      A.    You know, my producer, my manufacturer down in Phoenix.
13      Q.    What kind of problems are you having with him?
14      A.    Well, you can always get a sheet when you buy this
15   stuff. The -- the suppliers, the distributors, you can always
16   get a sheet of paper that tells you what is not in the product.
17      Q.    Um-hum.
18      A.    That's easy to get. They all send you that
19   automatically. But I've had somebody at the Camp Verde
20   Marshal's say, Wes, we don't care what's not in it, we want to
21   know what is in it, so I started bugging these people to tell
22   me what is in this product, that's what I want to know, that's
23   what the law wants to know.
24                 Recently I was given a copy of what is not in it
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 1   there. If you want to see it, I have the paperwork with me. I
 2   have been trying to introduce it.
 3      Q.     I would definitely like to see it.
 4                  I believe, Your Honor, that you gave me until
 5   approximately 3:00 o'clock. So maybe it would be a good time
 6   for us to take a break and I can take a look at that paper.
 7                  THE WITNESS: You know, I have said all along all
 8   it takes for me is a clear-cut law and let me see coroner's
 9   reports that show people are dying from these things. I have
10   no doubt they are, but I want to see some proof.
11                  THE COURT: I'm going to stop you just for a
12   second.
13                  MR. LANCE: Okay.
14                  THE COURT: We're going to come back in just a
15   second.
16                  MR. LANCE: I need a break too.
17                  THE COURT: Okay. We're going to actually be in
18   recess for a half hour. I need to take a 15-minute recess and
19   then I have a hearing that's going to last about 15 minutes,
20   so --
21                  MR. FIELDS: Very good.
22                  (A recess was taken.)
23                  THE COURT: We're back on the record in Polk versus
24   Hawaiian Honey. I'll note the presence of all parties.
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 1   cross-examination. Well, I guess it's --
 2                 MR. FIELDS: Direct.
 3                 THE COURT: -- Direct-examination.
 4                 MR. FIELDS: Direct-examination. Thank you, Your
 5   Honor.
 6                 Okay. Mr. Lance, we were talking before the break
 7   about your business and -- and what goes on. Let me -- let me
 8   kind of continue at this point and get a feel for the business.
 9                 What -- what hours are you open regularly?
10      A.    We're open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
11      Q.    10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Is that seven days a week?
12      A.    Seven days a week.
13      Q.    Seven days a week. Do you -- it's been mentioned you
14   have employees working for you; is that right?
15      A.    A couple.
16      Q.    You have a couple employees?
17      A.    They work part-time.
18      Q.    Okay. So it's mostly your business?
19      A.    Um-hum.
20      Q.    Do you have employees covering the business right now?
21      A.    Yes, I do.
22      Q.    You also mentioned you sell tobacco products?
23      A.    Yes, I do.
24      Q.    And you sell musical instruments?
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 1      Q.   Used or new?
 2      A.   Pardon?
 3      Q.   Used or new musical instruments?
 4      A.   Pretty much all used.
 5      Q.   Pretty much all used. Do you sell tobacco
 6   paraphernalia?
 7      A.   Yeah, I do.
 8      Q.   Okay. Is it the kind of paraphernalia that you would
 9   typically find people might be buy to smoke other substances
10   such as Spice or marijuana?
11      A.   I really don't know.
12      Q.   Do you know what a bong is?
13      A.   Oh, I know what a bong is. I don't have bongs that I
14   know of.
15      Q.   Okay. Okay. And that's -- that's fine. That's fine.
16   How -- you mentioned that if someone walked into your store
17   they could buy some -- some Spice; correct?
18      A.   I told you that.
19      Q.   Yeah. Not Bath Salts though?
20      A.   No. I haven't had Bath Salts for a year.
21      Q.   Okay. How is the Spice displayed that you have for
22   sell?
23      A.   I've just got it sitting on a rack, a little shelf.
24      Q.   Okay. Is that behind the counter or --
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 1     Q.     It's behind the counter so people can't get to it
 2   and --
 3     A.     They will steal it, yeah.
 4     Q.     They will steal it. How much -- well, let me back up.
 5   What are the typical names? What kind of names of products do
 6   you sell?
 7     A.     Smoking Dragon.
 8     Q.     All right. Any others?
 9     A.     No.
10     Q.     Okay. Just Smoking Dragon. Okay. How -- how much
11   does it -- how -- how is it packaged? How is Smoking Dragon
12   packaged?
13     A.     It's in a little bottle.
14     Q.     How much -- does it contain ounces or is there any
15   indication of the weight?
16     A.     No. Two grams.
17     Q.     Two grams. How much is two -- how much is two grams of
18   Spice?
19     A.     They're different prices.
20     Q.     I'm sorry?
21     A.     They're different prices.
22     Q.     Based upon what?
23     A.     Based upon strength --
24     Q.     Based upon strength, so we're still --
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 1      Q.    Okay. There is different strengths of Smoking Dragon?
 2      A.    Um-hum.
 3      Q.    Okay. Have you verified there is different strengths
 4   of Smoking Dragon?
 5      A.    No, I haven't because I don't smoke it.
 6      Q.    All right. You -- you have -- you have never smoked
 7   Spice?
 8      A.    No.
 9      Q.    How about Bath Salts; have you ever taken Bath Salts?
10      A.    No.
11      Q.    Okay. So really you're unsure of effects people
12   actually are experiencing?
13      A.    I have no clue how that is. I don't. I don't sit -- I
14   don't go home with them.
15      Q.    Um-hum. Well, you have been listening to the testimony
16   for about three days now and you have heard people describe
17   what these things will do to others.
18                  Is that -- was that something you were aware of?
19      A.    No. No. I -- I -- you know, I have a pretty good
20   bunch of customers. They don't seem to get this way.
21      Q.    Um-hum.
22      A.    I've never known any of that happen to any of my
23   customers.
24      Q.    What about when you were selling Bath Salts; had you --
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 1      Q.     You never heard any problems with people?
 2      A.     No.
 3      Q.     I guess that kinds of leads me to the testimony from
 4             you -- you know, and he -- he indicated that he at
 5   least one time walked in the store and he was scratching and
 6   itching and watery eyes and the red eyes and was according to
 7   him clearly showing the effects of being under the influence of
 8   Bath Salts and -- and needing essentially a fix and he talked
 9   with you.
10                   Do you recall that?
11      A.     No, I don't. As a matter of fact I haven't seen
12           in my store in over a year.
13      Q.     Well, he was talking about this incident like it was
14   probably about a year ago when he purchased Bath Salts.
15      A.     I never saw him.
16      Q.     Do you -- do you doubt that he --
17      A.     Yes, I doubt everything he said took place.
18      Q.     Why do doubt what he said took place?
19      A.     Because he is liar.
20      Q.     What makes you say that?
21      A.     Nothing he said is true.
22      Q.     Is there something more than that, than -- than your
23   belief that -- that makes you believe he was a liar?
24      A.     Everything he said.
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 1      A.    He's made a statement that he bought from me Bath Salts
 2   six months ago. Do you recall that?
 3      Q.    I do recall that.
 4      A.    Well, he hasn't been in more store for over year. How
 5   can he make a statement like that if he wasn't lying?
 6      Q.    Well, your testimony is he hasn't been in the store for
 7   over year?
 8      A.    Right.
 9      Q.    Okay. And when he was in your store did he buy Bath
10   Salts?
11      A.    No.
12      Q.    What did he buy?
13      A.    I didn't sell him anything. I never sold
14   anything.
15      Q.    Okay. Did you ever accept the jewelry from him?
16      A.    No, I did not.
17      Q.    Can you -- can you account for the reason why he would
18   say that he traded jewelry for Bath Salts?
19      A.    He is evidently lying about something there to cover
20   his tracks.
21      Q.    Um-hum. Can you explain why                          would
22   describe a conversation with you where you indicated that you
23   actually had traded the jewelry with
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 1      Q.   Um-hum.
 2      A.   And I don't know what to tell you other than there is a
 3   bunch of lies going on here.
 4      Q.   Well, Mr. -- Mr. Lance, I guess I'm having trouble
 5   understanding because               testimony was that she had that
 6   conversation with you, not with
 7      A.   She never had that conversation with me.
 8      Q.   Have you ever had a conversation with her?
 9      A.   Yes, I have.
10      Q.   What was the nature of the conversation?
11      A.   She pulled up to my store, never went in my store. I
12   was sitting out front with Chuck right back there. She got out
13   of her car and she said is one of you gentlemen the proprietor.
14   I said, yes, I am. She said, you're Wes? I said, I'm Wes.
15                  And she said I'm having trouble with my
16   She said, I want you to quit selling                 Bath Salts. I said, I
17   have not sold       Bath Salts, never. She said, why? I said,
18   he is under 18.
19                  So then she wanted to know if I had tooken (sic)
20   jewelry from          I said, no, you know, I have not taken any
21   jewelry from       because he -- he didn't have any.
22                  And then she asked me, she said, did you buy
23   anything from       at all? I said, I bought a land deed from
24   the Oklahoma territory, from Indian territory in Oklahoma. I
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 1   not and he said no, it is not stolen.
 2      Q.     Um-hum. And -- and okay. Describe that transaction.
 3      A.     I asked         I said,             is this stolen and     said,
 4   no, it's stolen, it's mine.
 5      Q.     What -- what did -- what did you look at? Was it a
 6   patent deed?
 7      A.     It was a deed for one of the lots in the Oklahoma land
 8   rush.
 9      Q.     So it was a patent deed from the United States? Was
10   that --
11      A.     I don't know if it was called that or not.
12      Q.     Okay. It was old?
13      A.     Old, yeah.
14      Q.     Pretty good shape?
15      A.     Pretty good shape. I collect them things.
16      Q.     Okay. And what -- what was the deal with                 for
17   that?
18      A.          told me and he assured me it was not stolen. He
19   said that was his and he could do whatever he wanted to with
20   it.
21      Q.     What did you give him for it?
22      A.     I gave him $20.00.
23      Q.     Do you believe that's what it was worth?
24      A.     I -- I don't know what it was worth. I never had it
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 1   didn't -- it was worth $20.00 to me.
 2      Q.   Have you ever sold anything to
 3      A.   No, I have not.
 4      Q.   Have ever sold Bath Salts or Spice to any juvenile?
 5      A.   No, I have not.
 6      Q.   How would you account for Scott Mabery's testimony
 7   indicating that at least five separate juveniles in his
 8   facility identified you as the person that sold them Spice or
 9   Bath Salts?
10      A.   All right. This happened a couple months ago when they
11   saw my face in a newspaper article and said that I was the guy
12   that sold them their Bath Salts. I haven't sold Bath Salts in
13   over year.
14      Q.   Well, I don't mean to be argumentative, but Mr. Mabery
15   did not appear to indicate when the -- that the juveniles
16   indicated when they had indicated they purchased the Bath Salts
17   from you, just that they had.
18      A.   No. For somebody that was so messed up on Bath Salts
19   they sure got a good memory.
20      Q.   Okay. So you -- you deny that you sold -- that you --
21   so I guess I'd like to ask to you to comment about why would
22   the juveniles indicate -- just upon seeing your photograph,
23   indicate that on five separate occasions, all separate, that
24   this was the person that I bought Bath Salts from.
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 1   The friend comes in the store, does the buy and they sit out in
 2   the car. Now, I don't know who is in the car. I don't know
 3   what they do in the car.
 4      Q.   Um-hum.
 5      A.   And I'm generally sitting out front smoking a cigar on
 6   the bench.
 7      Q.   Um-hum.
 8      A.   So I have been here for 20 years and everybody pretty
 9   much knows me in this valley.
10      Q.   Um-hum. Why would they identify you as the person that
11   they in particular bought Spice from?
12      A.   They didn't. They didn't. And Scott Mabery also
13   answered the question that them people were all known to lie as
14   well.
15      Q.   Um-hum.
16      A.   I did not sell them the Bath Salts. If they were under
17   18 they did not buy Bath Salts from me or Spice or any tobacco
18   products.
19      Q.   So if I'm understanding this correctly,
20   was lying?
21      A.   Yes.
22      Q.   And                   was lying?
23      A.   Yes.
24      Q.   And the first juvenile who identified you as the seller
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 1      A.    I don't remember now who that was.
 2      Q.    They didn't give names, but there was five of them.
 3   And all five those people were lying?
 4      A.    I don't know who the other ones are. All I know for
 5   sure who was lying was                        and             because --
 6      Q.    But you just indicated that you hadn't sold Bath Salts
 7   to juveniles.
 8      A.    That's right.
 9      Q.    Yet five juveniles in Scott Mabery's facility
10   identified you as the person that personally sold them Bath
11   Salts.
12      A.    They were lying.
13      Q.    They were lying?
14      A.    They were lying.
15      Q.    We have got seven people who were lying?
16      A.    That's right.
17      Q.    Now, the juveniles -- may I have the Court's indulgence
18   for a moment?
19                 THE COURT: Sure.
20                 (A discussion was held off the record between Ms.
21   Polk and Mr. Fields.)
22                 BY MR. FIELDS:
23      Q.    Okay. So you're telling the truth -- I'm sorry.
24                 THE COURT: Counsel, we're going to take a brief
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 1                 (A recess was taken.)
 2                 THE COURT: Okay. We're back on the record.
 3   Before we proceed any further with the direct-examination of
 4   Mr. Lance, I want to make a couple observations and let both
 5   sides tell me what they think. We have had testimony
 6   throughout this proceeding where the terms Spice and Bath Salts
 7   have been used as a generic -- as a generic terms to include
 8   what are currently legal substances and illegal substances and
 9   in the direct-examination of Mr. Lance we have been using those
10   same terms.
11                 This is a civil proceeding and, Mr. Lance, you
12   have the right not to incriminate yourself in any kind of
13   criminal proceeding.
14                 MR. LANCE: I'm going to do that.
15                 THE COURT: Well, hang on a second. Let me just
16   finish. The questions that are being asked of you and your
17   answers that you've given so far -- the questions have been
18   related to whether or not you have sold Spice or Bath Salts in
19   the last -- you know, in the last year or six months.
20                 During that time some of these substances may have
21   been completely illegal and some of the substances may have
22   been legal. My concern is that Mr. Lance's testimony about
23   what he sold and when he sold it may somehow be an admission by
24   him and it's under oath in the civil proceeding concerning some
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 1                So I guess what I want to make sure is when you're
 2   asking the questions about whether he sold Spice or whether he
 3   sold Bath Salts, I want our record to be clear what you're
 4   referring to. Are you referring to the legal substances or the
 5   substances that were illegal? So that's my concern. So,
 6   counsel, I will let you address that if you want to.
 7                MR. FIELDS: May I have the Court's indulgence for
 8   a moment?
 9                THE COURT: Sure. Absolutely.
10                (A discussion was held off the record between Ms.
11   Polk and Mr. Fields.)
12                THE COURT: Mr. Fields.
13                MR. FIELDS: Um, the -- the questions that I'm
14   asking deal with the question of whether -- concerning the
15   substances that he believes -- believed he was selling at the
16   time that he believed were legal under Arizona law.
17                He said -- he did respond that when substances
18   were banned he did take action of some kind or took prior
19   action to that, so those -- that's -- that's the source of my
20   questions to substances that he believed and probably were, and
21   we would concede that, legal under Arizona law at the time
22   those actions occurred.
23                We're also -- I'm not getting into great a bit of
24   detail of -- of what you sold and -- and where, specifically
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 1   that we could -- unless something radically changes, I don't
 2   think the State has the -- the State -- the plaintiff, as the
 3   State, could develop evidence that would -- that would be able
 4   to prove Mr. Lance committed a crime under Arizona law assuming
 5   he did, and then that's huge assumption.
 6                I think that the -- the presumption that we're
 7   dealing with here is that he probably was not, or if he was, it
 8   was some kind of inadvertency.
 9                THE COURT: Okay. And, Mr. Lance, again I have
10   mentioned this a couple times throughout this proceeding, this
11   is again a civil proceeding. The issue is whether or not I
12   should enter an order that prevents the sale of what is
13   otherwise legal substances -- legal substances --
14                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
15                THE COURT: -- what we have been referring to as
16   Bath Salts and -- and Spice, but the legal form of those
17   currently in Arizona --
18                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
19                THE COURT: -- whether or not I should issue an
20   order prohibiting the sale of those until there is a trial on
21   the merits, so I want to make sure that you understand in the
22   answers to the questions, the questions you are being asked
23   relating -- concerning the legal Bath Salts and the legal Spice
24   that's currently available out there that's being sold, it
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 1   should be -- the sale of those should be stopped.
 2                We're not referring to, and it sounds like, based
 3   on what Mr. Fields just indicated, he's not asking you about
 4   the substances that at one time were illegal. Do you
 5   understand my --
 6                MR. LANCE: Yeah.
 7                THE COURT: -- what I'm saying to you?
 8                MR. LANCE: Yeah. Yeah. Um-hum.
 9                THE COURT: Okay. Because you have got a right
10   not to incriminate yourself about something that you might -- a
11   crime that you may have committed selling some illegal drug at
12   some point in the past.
13                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
14                THE COURT: Do you understand that?
15                MR. LANCE: I understand.
16                THE COURT: Do you have any questions about this
17   discussion right now?
18                MR. LANCE: No. But I believe I have cooperated
19   pretty good and I've pretty much invoked my Fifth Amendment at
20   this point --
21                THE COURT: All right.
22                MR. LANCE: -- because I don't -- I don't see what
23   the questioning is leading to. I have admitted to everything
24   I'm going to admit. I have even given them paperwork on what
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 1   some kind of monster.
 2                THE COURT: Well, and again, the questions relate
 3   to and the issues in this case only relate to the sale of what
 4   are otherwise legal substances right now under Arizona law.
 5                THE COURT: Do you understand that?
 6                MR. LANCE: Yes, I do.
 7                THE COURT: Okay. Go ahead.
 8                MR. FIELDS: Your Honor, we're -- we're pretty
 9   close to being wrapped up as far as that goes.
10                THE COURT: Sure.
11                BY MR. FIELDS:
12      Q.   Mr. Lance, you -- you sat through the testimony for
13   three days, you heard from medical doctors, emergency room
14   doctors from both Verde Valley Medical Center and Yavapai
15   Regional Medical Center describing the effects of Bath Salts
16   and Spice, the synthetic cannabinoids and cathinones and you
17   heard the ambulance driver from Life Line describe the kinds of
18   things he is seeing as a result of these products. All of them
19   are describing serious health hazards and health risks and even
20   death as a result of these products.
21                Do you understand the health hazards of synthetic
22   cannabinoids and cathinones?
23      A.   I -- I understand what you're saying and what I've said
24   all along and what I have been saying all along, even before
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 1   or the coroner's report where somebody has actually died from
 2   this because I'm not seeing what you and your witnesses have
 3   seen. I have not seen that.
 4      Q.   So the testimony of a 13-year-old child who stops
 5   breathing because they smoked Spice is not enough?
 6      A.   I -- I told you that was horrible when I heard it and
 7   I -- I agree with that. But what I have said all along is the
 8   State needs to regulate these products so that you've got to be
 9   18 years old to buy them, to buy them you have to be over 18,
10   and to give them to somebody under 18, that's contributing to
11   the delinquency of minor just like tobacco products.
12                We have no laws to go by. There is nothing that
13   would prevent me from selling to a 15-year-old kid, only my --
14   only my morals and scruples which do exist and I do enforce in
15   my store.
16      Q.   So do you understand that that's what this hearing is
17   about, to actually impose a lawful order on you to prevent the
18   sale of those substances because of the health hazard they
19   represent?
20      A.   My -- my customers have -- have -- I have not had any
21   of these problems with my customers in Camp Verde. Now, I
22   don't know; there may have been some that slipped over to
23   Cottonwood. I don't know. You know, I simply don't know.
24                What I'm saying is my customers seem to be using
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 1   Cain with it. They go home, they behave themselves. I do not
 2   know exactly what they do with it.
 3                When it first came out it was called a room cover
 4   and as far as I know that is still what it is, it's an incense.
 5   But I know there had been abuse of the product. I will not
 6   deny that.
 7      Q.   Having the knowledge just now that there is abuse of
 8   the product and having seen in the testimony of the health
 9   risks and the -- and the danger not only to juveniles, but to
10   adults who take this -- Calvin Forrey was an adult -- you would
11   agree and you made the comment before that the Legislature
12   should step in and regulate this so that --
13      A.   Exactly. That's what I what I would like to see.
14      Q.   So you would not have an objection to the purpose of
15   this hearing which is for this Court to declare these items a
16   public nuisance and for the Court to --
17      A.   No, I disagree with that.
18      Q.   Why is that if the Legislature --
19      A.   Because I don't feel it's a public nuisance. I don't
20   see people running rampant, crowds that are going crazy. I
21   don't -- I don't see that. I don't see what you're showing me
22   and I feel it's a very slanted bunch of witnesses. You know,
23   there is another side to this.
24      Q.   What is that side?
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 1   responsibly and don't get in trouble with it.
 2      Q.    All right. And you understand there has been a
 3   Temporary Restraining Order issued in this case?
 4      A.    I know -- I know it's against cannabinoids and
 5   cathinones.
 6      Q.    Okay. And you understand -- you understand synthetic
 7   cannabinoids and cathinones include the Spice products that you
 8   have told us you are currently selling, this day selling?
 9      A.    Well, I didn't know. I gave you the paperwork. The
10   distributor that I buy from told me that these were legal
11   under -- under Arizona law. This is where I am at, Arizona.
12      Q.    All right. You -- you understand that the products --
13   that if you're selling a product that is a synthetic cathinone
14   or cannabinoid, you're forbidden from doing so by the Temporary
15   Restraining Order?
16                 Do you understand that?
17      A.    No, I do not understand it. I know the Judge had ruled
18   on cathinones and cannabinoids being illegal, but I'm still
19   pretty confused about what all is legal and what all isn't
20   legal.
21      Q.    Well, at this point if it's a synthetic cathinone or
22   cannabinoid the Judge has ordered it not to be sold. Do you
23   understand that?
24      A.    I understand that.
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 1                THE COURT: Thank you. Sir, I'm going to go ahead
 2   and let you step down. My thought is you don't need to
 3   cross-examine yourself and you're going to have the opportunity
 4   present your case so you can do that as a part of your case.
 5                Ms. Polk.
 6                MS. POLK: Plaintiff rests, Your Honor.
 7                THE COURT: Thank you. Okay. Mr. Lance, the
 8   plaintiff has presented all of the evidence that they intend to
 9   present as part of the hearing on the request for a Temporary
10   Restraining Order. Now, this is currently in place -- excuse
11   me -- a Preliminary Injunction. There is currently in place a
12   Temporary Restraining Order that prohibits all of the
13   defendants, including you, from selling the products that we
14   have been talking about today and the State has now finished
15   with all of their evidence to try and convince the Court that I
16   should put a Preliminary Injunction in place and would remain
17   in place that covers the same materials, the same substances,
18   until we have an actual trial in this case.
19                And this is only the first part of the case; okay?
20   Do you understand that.
21                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
22                THE COURT: Okay. So you indicated you wanted to
23   make some kind of motion earlier and if you want to do that I'm
24   going to give you an opportunity right now to do that now that
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 1                 So did you want to make some kind of motion.
 2                 MR. LANCE: Well, no. I was going to bring a
 3   witness up as                   and
 4                 THE COURT: Okay. So you want to just to start
 5   putting on your evidence; is that right?
 6                 MR. LANCE: Unless we can wait for a trial.
 7                 THE COURT: Well, no, this is -- we're going to
 8   kind of do it twice. We're going to do the hearing on the
 9   Preliminary Injunction, which is what we're doing right now,
10   and then we will have a trial later on. I haven't set the
11   trial yet.
12                 So are you -- how many -- well, let me back up.
13   Did you want to make any motions at this point in time?
14                 MR. LANCE: I don't know what a motion is so --
15                 THE COURT: Okay. All right. So did you want to
16   call some witnesses?
17                 MR. LANCE: Yes. In the case of                  and
18                I would like to call my friend Chuck Warneky (sic).
19                 THE COURT: Okay. Is he present in the courtroom?
20                 MR. LANCE: He's present in the courtroom.
21                 THE COURT: Okay. Let's talk about that just for
22   a few minutes. How many -- how many witnesses were you
23   intending to call as part of your case?
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 1                MR. LANCE: One.
 2                THE COURT: Okay. And did you want to provide
 3   some testimony also?
 4                MR. LANCE: Yes, I do.
 5                THE COURT: Okay. We've got some time, so why
 6   don't we just go ahead and continue. Are you ready to call
 7   your first witness then?
 8                MR. LANCE: Yes, sir.
 9                THE COURT: And your witness' name?
10                MR. LANCE: Chuck Warne.
11                THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Warneky.
12                MR. WARNACUTT: Warnacutt.
13                THE COURT: I'm sorry. Mr. Warnacutt.
14                (CHUCK WARNACUTT was duly sworn by the Court
15   Clerk.)
16                THE COURT: Mr. Lance, we're going to handle this
17   the same way. You get to ask questions on direct-examination,
18   the plaintiff will have a chance to cross-examine the witness,
19   then you'll have a chance to finish up with redirect. Okay?
20                MR. LANCE: Okay.
21                THE COURT: And just because you keep reminding me
22   that you are not a lawyer, let me just give you some ground
23   rules. Try and ask one question at a time. And I'll have the
24   witness listen to the question, answer just the question that's
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 1                MR. LANCE: Okay.
 2                THE COURT: And try not to talk over each other
 3   because the court reporter is trying to take everything down.
 4                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
 5                THE COURT: Okay?
 6                MR. LANCE: Okay.
 7                THE COURT: Okay. Go ahead, sir.
 8
 9                   C H U C K         W A R N A C U T T,
10   called as a witness herein, having been first duly sworn, was
11   examined and testified as follows:
12
13                          E X A M I N A T I O N
14   BY MR. LANCE:
15      Q.   All right. Chuck, you've known me about how long now?
16      A.   Oh, about two and a half, three years.
17      Q.   And in that time what have we done? What -- what did I
18   do?
19      A.   Run a store.
20      Q.   Just a little cigar store?
21      A.   Yeah.
22      Q.   It started out with strictly cigars.
23      A.   Yeah.
24      Q.   And we branched out a bit. We now have musical
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 1      A.   Correct.
 2      Q.   Okay. In this time you have been with me pretty much,
 3   have you seen me sell anything to juveniles?
 4      A.   No, I never noticed it.
 5      Q.   Okay. Okay. Do you know of any of the people that
 6   have worked for me part-time off and on, have they ever sold
 7   anything to a juvenile?
 8      A.   I'm there off and on, but I've never seen somebody that
 9   I know was -- that I know was under age.
10      Q.   Yeah. Do you remember
11      A.   I do. I didn't recognize him in court today, but he
12   looks different than what he did.
13      Q.   Yeah.
14      A.   I have only seen him in there twice.
15      Q.   Um-hum. Okay. Okay. And do you remember a friend of
16   his, Chuck, that used to come in?
17      A.   You must be talking about
18      Q.   Yeah. That's who I'm talking about.                    was over
19   18; right?
20      A.   Correct.
21      Q.   And it was kind of known that -- there wasn't much we
22   could do about it, but it was kind of known he was making
23   purchases for              ; is that right?
24      A.   I don't know that to be a fact, but I do know he bought
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 1      Q.   Yeah. Do you know                                 mother and
 2   grandmother?
 3      A.   I didn't know           mother, but I did know his
 4   grandmother.
 5      Q.   Um-hum. It's kind of hard because it's two -- it's
 6   interrelated. Let me fast forward. Just hold that thought for
 7   a minute and just let me fast forward a little bit. Do you
 8   remember the day when we were sitting in front of the store
 9   smoking a cigar and a car pulled up in front of the store and a
10   lady got out and asked me -- asked who the proprietor of the
11   store was?
12                  Do you remember that?
13      A.   Vaguely, yes. Yeah.
14      Q.   Okay. Now, can you recall what she said?
15      A.   I really can't recall to the words what she said. She
16   just asked if you were the proprietor of this place and, you
17   know, selling this -- whatever this stuff is.
18      Q.   All right. And she -- she stated that I was selling
19   Bath Salts to her                            is that right?
20      A.   I think that's probably getting up to -- leading up to
21   on that.
22      Q.   Um-hum. Now, this woman questioned me about buying
23   jewelry from
24                  Do you recall that?
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 1   jewelry because you're the only one that takes care of that.
 2      Q.     If                  $10,000.00 worth of jewelry you would
 3   have seen quite a bit of that exchanging.
 4                  Do you think that would have been possible for her
 5                     to have sold me the $10,000.00 worth of
 6   jewelry?
 7      A.     I've never seen $10,000.00 worth of jewelry come
 8   through that place in a year.
 9      Q.     Right. Okay. Now, let's go on to the -- the
10   conversation that went on to with me and
11              She made a statement that I was selling                     Bath
12   Salts and wanted know if I was buying the jewelry and I told
13   her no.
14                  Do you remember that?
15      A.     Yeah.
16      Q.     Okay. And I told her the only thing I bought from
17      was a deed from the Indian territory, Oklahoma land rush;
18   is that correct?
19      A.     Correct.
20      Q.     Which I had bought from her                   And do you remember
21   when I bought that from that
22      A.     I couldn't give you date a or anything on that, but I
23   do remember it, yeah.
24      Q.     Yeah. Did I buy that from him for cash or did I --
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 1      Q.   Um-hum. All right. And                  made a statement that it
 2   was very valuable and she wanted it back.
 3                Do you remember that?
 4      A.   Yeah.
 5      Q.   And she told me she -- she asked me, she said, what do
 6   I have to do to get it back.
 7                Do you remember her asking that?
 8      A.   Yeah, I remember what you said.
 9      Q.   What did I tell her?
10      A.   You told her to turn her             into the Marshal's Office
11   and you'd gladly give it back.
12      Q.   That that was best?
13      A.   If it was stolen, yes.
14      Q.   Now, do you -- you don't recall me and               having any
15   other confrontation other than the day that she -- she was out
16   front there protesting?
17      A.   I don't remember that specific, if, you know, you had
18   something to do with that out there.
19      Q.   She was -- she was --
20      A.   I was there, but I didn't pay any attention.
21      Q.   Um-hum. She admits she was the organizer of the little
22   protest that was in front of the store.
23                Have I ever treated her hostile or nasty in any
24   way?
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 1      Q.     Okay. But you heard                     ' testimony here today?
 2      A.     Parts of it, yeah.
 3      Q.     Yeah. I know you're hard of hearing also. Of what you
 4   could hear of what         was saying, was he telling the truth?
 5      A.     As of what?
 6      Q.     As of me buying all this jewelry, selling him all this
 7   Bath Salts.
 8      A.     I would say no because I've only seen him in there
 9   twice.
10      Q.     In all the times you have been there?
11      A.     In all the time I have been there.
12      Q.     Um-hum. And                        you have seen her there how
13   many times?
14      A.     I don't know how many times. She said that it was
15   quite a few.
16      Q.                    had been there quite a few?
17      A.     Oh, no. I don't know how many. I have never seen her
18   there other than the fact the two times --
19      Q.     Okay.
20      A.     -- out there in front and when they were doing their
21   little thing out there.
22      Q.     Okay. Now, let's go to                                    .
23           come in there and wanted to sell me a guitar.
24                  Do you recall that?
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 1      Q.   And I looked at the guitar and I told him it wasn't
 2   worth anything and I wouldn't give him anything.
 3                Do you recall that?
 4      A.   Well, that's kind of hazy there, but I do know he ended
 5   up giving the guitar to you.
 6      Q.   But he gave me the guitar?
 7      A.   Yeah.
 8      Q.   And I had the guitar in there. Do you remember two
 9   ladies coming in and they claimed to be
10   grandma and his mother?
11      A.   Yeah, I do.
12      Q.   Yeah. And they asked me I had been buying anything
13   from
14      A.   Correct.
15      Q.   Did I tell them I hadn't bought anything, but he gave
16   me that guitar?
17                Do you recall that?
18      A.   That's true.
19      Q.   Yeah. Okay. Did I -- they wanted the guitar. Did I
20   sell them the guitar or did I give them the guitar?
21      A.   I think you give them the guitar back.
22      Q.   Right. But now then the subject changed with them to
23   they wanted to know about a land deed from the Indian
24   territory.
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 1      A.   It wasn't what I recall. It's a fact that they (sic)
 2   were asked if they (sic) had swapped you anything else for that
 3   and that's when you said you had this Indian land deed.
 4      Q.   Um-hum.
 5      A.   And she said, well, it's mine.
 6      Q.   Now, this is Brenda Little --
 7      A.   Correct.
 8      Q.   --                        mother; right?
 9      A.   Right.
10      Q.   Okay. So I told her that I did not -- what -- what did
11   I tell her?
12      A.   Well, as near as I can remember you told her, you know,
13   you had taken in some jewelry and that you had gotten that land
14   deed, but I don't think you even said it was from
15      Q.   Um-hum.
16      A.   And she said, well, I think that's mine, I think that
17   was stolen from me.
18      Q.   And she wanted me to give it back to her or sell it to
19   her?
20      A.   Yeah.
21      Q.   Okay. Now, what did -- what did I tell her in regards
22   to that?
23      A.   I couldn't remember that what you -- what ended up
24   telling her.
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 1      A.   No. No.
 2      Q.   It was about -- what would you say, about -- was it
 3   about two or three weeks later when                              showed up
 4   wanting the same deed --
 5      A.   Right.
 6      Q.   -- that were talking about?
 7                  Now, do you know if
 8   and                                         mother and grandmother -- do
 9   you know if they're friends?
10      A.   I have no idea.
11      Q.   Do you know if                          and            were friends?
12      A.   I know they were -- they were together the two times I
13   seen them.
14      Q.   Yeah. Best friends?
15      A.   I don't know.
16                  MR. LANCE: Okay. All right. That's all that I
17   have to say at the moment.
18                  THE COURT: Thank you. Cross.
19
20                             E X A M I N A T I O N
21   BY MS. POLK:
22      Q.   Good afternoon, sir.
23      A.   Hello.
24      Q.   Would you tell me how to pronounce your last name?
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 1      Q.    Warnacutt?
 2      A.    Warnacutt, yes.
 3      Q.    And, sir, what community do you live in?
 4      A.    I live in Camp Verde.
 5      Q.    How long have you lived there?
 6      A.    Twelve years.
 7      Q.    Are you employed?
 8      A.    I'm retired.
 9      Q.    When did you retire?
10      A.    In 2000.
11      Q.    What occupation did you retire from?
12      A.    I was a mechanic for the Boeing Company; machine tools.
13      Q.    How did you meet Mr. Wes Lance?
14      A.    From out at the swap meet. We got to talking. You
15   meet a lot people out there when we had a pretty good swap meet
16   going.
17      Q.    And after meeting Wes Lance, you became friends with
18   him?
19      A.    Oh, yeah, pretty much.
20      Q.    Are you friends with him today?
21      A.    Yeah.
22      Q.    And I think your testimony was that you have known him
23   two and half to three years.
24      A.    Pretty much, yeah. I just, you know, got with him.
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 1      A.     Probably about everyday.
 2      Q.     And where do you see him?
 3      A.     At the store.
 4      Q.     His store?
 5      A.     Yeah.
 6      Q.     Do you live close to his store?
 7      A.     Yeah, just about a half mile away.
 8      Q.     And what takes you to his store everyday?
 9      A.     I'm just kind of there for any maintenance, making sure
10   they open up on -- up on time and if they need anything I go
11   get it.
12      Q.     Do you work for Mr. Lance?
13      A.     I do, yeah, part-time I guess you might say.
14      Q.     Does he pay you?
15      A.     Yes, he does.
16      Q.     How does he pay you?
17      A.     Cash.
18      Q.     He pays you in cash --
19      A.     Yeah.
20      Q.     -- for work?
21      A.     Yeah.
22      Q.     About how many hours a week do you work for him?
23      A.     Oh, I don't know. I'm there for -- in and out all day
24   long so I couldn't really tell you that. I mean some days it's
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 1      Q.   How does Mr. Lance determine how many hours to pay you
 2   for?
 3      A.   You know, I don't know how he determines it. He just
 4   told me he would give me so much, you know, and that's fine
 5   because all -- you know, I have a retirement, so --
 6      Q.   How often does Mr. Lance pay you?
 7      A.   Every couple weeks or whenever.
 8      Q.   Do you know what Spice is?
 9      A.   Well, yeah. I know what it looks like.
10      Q.   How -- how is it that you know what Spice is?
11      A.   Well, I see it --
12      Q.   When?
13      A.   -- with these kids.
14      Q.   What kids do you see Spice with?
15      A.   Oh, these kids that are using it.
16      Q.   Where do you see kids using Spice?
17      A.   Oh, I have seen them, you know, out there by the store.
18   I have seen them everywhere using it.
19      Q.   So you see kids at Wes Lance's store using Spice?
20      A.   Well, they're -- they don't use it at the store.
21      Q.   They buy it at the store?
22      A.   Um-hum. We do sell it.
23      Q.   To the kids?
24      A.   Not -- not anybody under 18.
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 1   at Wes Lance's store --
 2      A.   Well, anybody under 30 is a kid to me.
 3      Q.   How do you know who is under 18 and who is not?
 4      A.   If I don't know, I'm going to check their ID. If they
 5   don't have an ID -- I don't know. I don't get into that.
 6   That's not my job.
 7      Q.   Do you check kids' ID?
 8      A.   No.
 9      Q.   How do you know anyone is checking kids' ID?
10      A.   Well, we have people out there who is supposed to be
11   checking their I.D.s. They're the ones that's selling behind
12   the counters.
13      Q.   How do you know that you have people who are supposed
14   to be checking ID?
15      A.   How do I know? Well, they -- just know because I have
16   seen them check them.
17      Q.   Why do you not sell to kids under 18, sell Spice to
18   kids under 18?
19      A.   Because they're not really allowed in there because we
20   have tobacco products. You have to be -- you have to be 18 to
21   buy tobacco; don't you?
22      Q.   Do you understand the law to be that you -- a person
23   under 18 cannot even be your store?
24      A.   Correct. There is a sign there on the door and we've
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 1      Q.   So the kids you are turning away, why are you turning
 2   them away for?
 3      A.   Because they're under 18.
 4      Q.   And --
 5      A.   They're not allowed to be in the store.
 6      Q.   -- after you turn them away because they're not allowed
 7   to be in the store, where do they go?
 8      A.   I have no idea. I don't follow them.
 9      Q.   Do you recall when Mr. Lance asked you a question about
10                your testimony was that you have only seen him in
11   the shop two times?
12      A.   Twice.
13      Q.   Okay.                  is under 18.
14      A.   Correct.
15      Q.   You told this Judge that you don't let kids under 18 in
16   the store?
17      A.   That's true, but he was with him, he was with a guy
18   that was over 18 or 18 or over at the time.
19      Q.   And he was in the store?
20      A.   He had come in the store. Well, there's -- if he's
21   going to come in for musical instruments or something else, you
22   know, we will allow them in there.
23      Q.   So you do allow kids under 18 in the store?
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 1      A.   But just coming in -- you know, just coming in to --
 2   whatever, you know, and whatever they're looking for, you know,
 3   other than musical instruments, no.
 4      Q.   You let kids under 18 in your store?
 5      A.   Yeah.
 6      Q.   You have seen kids around Wes Lance's store who are
 7   using Spice?
 8      A.   Well, yeah.
 9      Q.   What about Bath Salts; do you know what that is?
10      A.   Yeah.
11      Q.   And how do you know what Bath Salts are?
12      A.   Well, here we stopped selling that over a year ago.
13      Q.   You used to sell Bath Salts?
14      A.   What's that?
15      Q.   You used to sell Bath Salts?
16      A.   I use nothing like that.
17      Q.   No. You didn't hear me. You are admitting that Wes
18   Lance has sold Bath Salts?
19      A.   Well, he has in the past.
20                  THE COURT: Hang on a second. Sir, are you able
21   to hear okay?
22                  THE WITNESS: I -- I have problems, yes.
23                  THE COURT: Do you want me get you some -- some
24   hearing aids?
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 1   help.
 2                  THE COURT: All right. I want to make sure you
 3   understand the questions.
 4                  THE WITNESS: Yeah.
 5                  THE COURT: Let's go off the record for a second.
 6                  (A discussion was held off the record.)
 7                  THE COURT: Back on the record. Counsel.
 8                  MS. POLK: Thank you.
 9                  What do you know about Bath Salts?
10      A.     Basically nothing. I don't know what is in it. I have
11   no clue.
12      Q.     How did you know that you were selling them in the
13   past?
14      A.     Well, he had just had them on the shelf. That's
15   what -- what -- what they're called, Bath Salts, you know,
16   Bliss, or whatever it was.
17      Q.     Who called it Bath Salts?
18      A.     I have no idea who started it.
19      Q.     How do you know the term Bath Salts?
20      A.     Just heard it.
21      Q.     Do kids come in the shop and ask for Bath Salts?
22      A.     That's what they would do.
23                  MR. LANCE: Your Honor, I object for just a
24   minute.
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 1                 MR. LANCE: Pardon?
 2                 THE COURT: What's the basis for your objection?
 3                 MR. LANCE: They keep talking about kids as if
 4   little kids. I'm 60 years old. Chuck is 67. Anybody under 30
 5   is a kid to us.
 6                 THE COURT: Okay. That's not a legal objection to
 7   the question.
 8                 Counsel, go ahead.
 9                 BY MS. POLK:
10      Q.   Do you in Camp Verde know who the kids are who are
11   going to the high school?
12      A.   No.
13      Q.   How many kids around                         ' age would you say
14   would come into Wes' store?
15      A.   I have no clue. I don't keep count.
16      Q.   Would you see them day after day?
17      A.   No, not necessarily. No.
18      Q.   Every couple days?
19      A.   Hard to say. Some of them I hadn't -- I couldn't even
20   recognize if they came in day after day they were in there.
21   You know, I don't know pay that much attention to some of
22   these. That's not my job.
23      Q.   So you have different kids that come in that you
24   wouldn't necessarily recognize?
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 1   people, you know, we have behind the counter would recognize
 2   them, but I wouldn't.
 3      Q.   Are you aware of anybody else in Camp Verde selling
 4   Spice or Bath Salts?
 5      A.   No.
 6      Q.   Would you agree that the Wes Lance store is the only
 7   store that sells them?
 8      A.   As far as I know right now.
 9      Q.   So would you agree that if kids from the high school at
10   Camp Verde are going to get Spice or Bath Salts in Camp Verde
11   they would have to get them from Wes Lance's store?
12      A.   They wouldn't get Bath Salts.
13      Q.   Anymore?
14      A.   No.
15      Q.   But they used to?
16      A.   Over a year ago, yeah.
17      Q.   What do you remember about when you stopped selling
18   Bath Salts?
19      A.   What do you mean what do I remember after we stopped
20   selling it?
21      Q.   Do you remember the month that you stopped selling
22   them?
23      A.   No. No.
24      Q.   Why do you believe it was a year ago?
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 1   stopped selling them.
 2      Q.   And what is -- what is your reference, your time frame
 3   here?
 4      A.   Have none, so -- it's been a long time. It was just
 5   right after that Federal -- that -- just before that Federal
 6   ban that came up anyway that they had banned it for a year. We
 7   had stopped selling before that ban went in place, so whenever
 8   that was, and I think it was a little over year.
 9      Q.   Do you know how much you were selling the Spice for?
10      A.   No. I don't keep track of that.
11      Q.   And how about the Bath Salts?
12      A.   Nope, neither one.
13      Q.   Do you know what the markup was on those products?
14      A.   Nope.
15      Q.   What the profit -- what the profit would be?
16      A.   No.
17      Q.   I believe I heard you testify that you have seen Wes
18   Lance accept goods from the public.
19      A.   Well, he does -- he buys stuff from the public.
20      Q.   And somebody can walk into the shop and sell something?
21      A.   Yeah.
22      Q.   And what does he do with it?
23      A.   I don't know what he does with it.
24      Q.   Have you seen -- have you seen Wes Lance buy jewelry
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 1      A.   I have.
 2      Q.   Do you know what Mr. Lance does with the jewelry?
 3      A.   I think he saves it or something. I don't know.
 4      Q.   Is Mr. Lance -- is his shop a pawn shop?
 5      A.   No.
 6      Q.   Have you seen him sell items back to people?
 7      A.   Nope.
 8      Q.   What about the land deed we were talking about?
 9      A.   That was the only thing that ended up going back and as
10   far as I know the only reason that I know it's                       that
11   owned it. I don't remember the name that was on it. So I knew
12   she was the one that was rightfully the owner of it.
13      Q.   You saw the land deed?
14      A.   I saw the land deed, yeah.
15      Q.   And whose name was on it?
16      A.   I can't remember now.
17      Q.   I thought I just heard you say that                        name
18   was on it.
19      A.   No. No. No. No. No. No. Just I -- I -- there was a name
20   on the land -- the Oklahoma land deed and she had mentioned the
21   name and I remembered after seeing it that that was the name
22   that was on the land deed, so I knew she was the one that
23   actually owned it.
24      Q.   So you would agree                          was the owner of that
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 1      A.   Yes.
 2      Q.   And do you know how Wes Lance got                         ' land
 3   deed?
 4      A.   Yeah. It was sold to him.
 5      Q.   By whom?
 6      A.   By
 7      Q.   In the shop?
 8      A.   In the shop.
 9      Q.   I thought you said you didn't let minors in the shop.
10      A.   Well, he was in there with                   what's-his-name that
11   day. That was about the only day.
12      Q.   Were you there that day?
13      A.   I was there that day.
14      Q.   And did you see                     get some Bath Salts in
15   exchange for the land deed?
16      A.   I didn't see that. I saw him get $20.00.
17      Q.   What day was that?
18                  MR. LANCE: Objection, Your Honor.
19                  THE WITNESS: Ma'am, I have no idea.
20                  THE COURT: Stop.
21                  MR. LANCE: This has been over a year ago. We
22   don't write these things down. I don't understand that.
23                  THE COURT: What is the objection to the question?
24                  MR. LANCE: The objection is how are we supposed
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 1                  THE COURT: Overruled. Counsel, go ahead.
 2                  BY MS. POLK:
 3      Q.     Do you have a hard time remembering what happened over
 4   a year ago?
 5      A.     I do.
 6      Q.     How is it -- how is it that you remember             in
 7   the shop with a land deed over a year ago?
 8      A.     I do remember that. That's kind of a quaint little
 9   thing there, you know, that land deed. I thought that was
10   something myself, you know, seeing Oklahoma land rush deed.
11      Q.     So if it was remarkable enough for you to remember it,
12   can't you tell us when that was?
13      A.     I have no idea.
14      Q.     You have no idea when it was?
15      A.     Date I couldn't tell you.
16      Q.     And how is it that you remember some money exchanging
17   hands?
18      A.     Because I remember Wes giving him money for it.
19      Q.     Even though you can't remember --
20      A.     The day, no, I can't remember the date.
21      Q.     How about the approximate date?
22      A.     I can't even do that.
23      Q.     Do you understand that the law prohibits somebody from
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 1      A.   He did ask.
 2      Q.   About the land deed?
 3      A.   Yeah. What can you say when somebody says that they're
 4   not stolen? I have seen ask him on jewelry, everybody that
 5   came in there, you want to buy this jewelry? You know, is this
 6   stolen? They all say no.
 7                  THE COURT: Let me stop you. Counsel, in light of
 8   the time, and I thought about trying to get this done today,
 9   and the land deed issue, I'm trying to find out -- really
10   determine how relevant that issue is.
11                  MS. POLK: I will move on, Your Honor.
12                  THE COURT: Okay.
13                  BY MS. POLK:
14      Q.   Let me just ask you about one more thing which is the
15   protest that                    organized at Mr. Lance's shop.
16                  Were you there that day?
17      A.   I was there.
18      Q.   And how many people do you recall being there that day?
19      A.   Oh, there was probably six or seven, maybe eight.
20      Q.   Did they have signs?
21      A.   They had signs, yeah.
22      Q.   What do you recall the signs said?
23      A.   I don't remember what the signs said. I know they were
24   walking up and down on the median around next to the freeway on
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 1      Q.   And do you recall that there were other moms there as
 2   well?
 3      A.   There was -- yeah, there was probably -- I think that
 4   there was one or two guys and most of them were women.
 5      Q.   Did you understand that the women were protesting?
 6      A.   Yeah.
 7      Q.   And what did you understand they were protesting?
 8      A.   On our shop for selling Spice at the time.
 9      Q.   To the kids?
10      A.   Yeah.
11      Q.   Do you understand why the moms were upset that you were
12   selling --
13      A.   Yeah.
14      Q.   -- synthetic drugs to the kids?
15      A.   Yes.
16      Q.   What do you understand the moms to be upset about?
17      A.   Selling Spice to the kids.
18      Q.   Do you understand that the moms were concerned about
19   how these synthetic drugs were hurting their kids and
20   destroying their lives?
21      A.   That's -- that's true.
22      Q.   You understood that at the time?
23      A.   Yeah. Yeah.
24      Q.   And when do you recall that protest was?
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 1   months ago.
 2      Q.   And after that protest you are willing to admit that
 3   you continued to sell the Spice?
 4      A.   I didn't sell anything.
 5      Q.   Let me rephrase that. I apologize. You're willing to
 6   admit that Mr. Lance continued to sell the Spice?
 7      A.   I guess.
 8                  MS. POLK: Thank you, sir. Thank you, Judge.
 9                  THE COURT: Thank you. Mr. Lance, any redirect?
10                  MR. LANCE: Yeah. Okay.
11
12                             E X A M I N A T I O N
13   BY MR. LANCE:
14      Q.   Chuck, when again was the protest that                 (sic)
15           had?
16      A.   I can't give you a date because I don't remember it.
17      Q.   Okay. Forget that. Basically when you say kids, what
18   do you mean? Please define that, Chuck.
19      A.   Kids, 18, 20 years old, you know, or anybody under 30.
20      Q.   But not kids under 18?
21      A.   No.
22      Q.   Them are juveniles?
23      A.   Correct.
24      Q.   Um-hum. And that's what you mean when you say kids is
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 1      A.   Yeah.
 2      Q.   Because we're so old that would be a kid to us?
 3      A.   I guess, yeah. Considering.
 4      Q.   Okay. And once again, you've never seen me sell or
 5   anybody in the store sell a kid anything as far as Bath Salts
 6   and tobacco products?
 7      A.   No, not that I can remember. I have seen some kids out
 8   there that were underage that wanted to buy.
 9      Q.   I kicked them out of; right?
10      A.   Yeah.
11      Q.   Um-hum. Okay. Let's to be the guitars and music
12   equipment and things like that.
13                What do I sell in the way of musical equipment?
14      A.   Well, we sell electric guitars, acoustical guitars,
15   bass guitars, saxophones, clarinets, harpsichords, drums. We
16   pretty much have it all.
17      Q.   What about a piano?
18      A.   Yeah.
19      Q.   What about accessories for the guitars?
20      A.   We have --
21                MS. POLK: Your Honor, it exceeds the scope of my
22   cross-examination.
23                THE WITNESS: -- every string -- every string you
24   can think of for every guitar.
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 1                BY MR. LANCE:
 2      Q.   We sell accessories?
 3                THE COURT: Mr. Lance, there has been an
 4   objection. I'm going to overrule the objection. But how much
 5   longer do you have with this witness, Mr. Lance?
 6                MR. LANCE: Probably about -- I can probably wrap
 7   it up within five minutes.
 8                THE COURT: And then you want to provide some
 9   testimony also?
10                MR. LANCE: Yeah. I want to testify --
11                THE COURT: Okay.
12                MR. LANCE: -- on some things.
13                THE COURT: Okay.
14                BY MR. LANCE:
15      Q.   Now, Chuck --
16                THE COURT: Go ahead.
17                BY MR. LANCE:
18      Q.   -- the -- the guitar stuff, guitar strings, guitar
19   picks, accessories that goes with the guitar and for other
20   instruments that I have in there, if somebody is under 18 and
21   they come to the store and wants to buy a set of strings, do I
22   let them buy them?
23      A.   Yes, you do. You let them in and they're allowed to
24   set there and play guitar if they want to.
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 1   know, things they need to play music; is that right?
 2      A.   That's correct.
 3      Q.   Okay. So that would be the only exception that you
 4   know of that I would allow any juveniles in the store?
 5      A.   Right. Unless they're there with their parents or
 6   something, you know, smaller kids with their parents which we
 7   have had in there.
 8                MR. LANCE: All right, Chuck. Well, thanks a lot.
 9                THE COURT: Okay. Thank you. You can step down,
10   sir.
11                Mr. Lance, and I'm not trying to rush you --
12                MR. LANCE: Um-hum.
13                THE COURT: -- do you want to testify now or call
14   any other witnesses or just yourself?
15                MR. LANCE: Just myself, Your Honor. I just want
16   to make a brief statement. That will be about it.
17                THE COURT: Okay. So you want to provide some
18   testimony then?
19                MR. LANCE: I just wanted to kind of wrap up on my
20   end, try to defend myself a little bit here. I've been -- I
21   haven't been able to defend myself very well.
22                THE COURT: Okay. I tell you what; we're going --
23   let me have you provide some testimony now. What I'm going
24   have you do is actually take the stand only because it's easier
25   for -- it's easier for the record to pick everything up. If



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 1   not, you will be talking with Ms. Polk directly across and it's
 2   just easier this way.
 3                First of all, I don't think you have been sworn
 4   so --
 5                MR. LANCE: Yes, I was sworn.
 6                THE COURT: Okay. Okay.
 7                MR. LANCE: I was.
 8                THE COURT: I'm sorry. All right. What would you
 9   like to tell us?
10                MR. LANCE: Well, I just wanted to wrap up by
11   saying, Your Honor, there is another side of this story. I
12   know there is some bad things out there, but there is still
13   worse, and this whole product has been going through a process
14   of evolution where, yeah, the drug companies can change the
15   product in a reasonably fast short period of time. What
16   they're trying to do is conform with the law and every time
17   they do the law changes, so then they change their product
18   again.
19                I don't know if they're ever going to stop. I
20   don't know how this is ever going to be stopped when they
21   have -- it's been told they have over 5,000 recipes for this
22   Spice.
23                What I am saying is regulate it to the point --
24   basically regulate it such as tobacco products. Let the adults
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 1   to keep coming back.
 2                And I -- some of her -- in some of Sheila Polk's
 3   statements she has mentioned it, the small amount money that we
 4   make from the Spice. It's not. It's a very large amount of
 5   money. If I -- I had to rely on cigars and guitars right now
 6   with -- with the economy the way it is, I would have been under
 7   a long time ago. I just know there is a few of us making a
 8   scratch of a living here. We're not making a full living.
 9   We're trying to stay alive and pay our bills and it would
10   really just hurt a bunch people to do us to them at this time.
11                I -- I think one of the problems is that everybody
12   is moving so fast, nobody can keep track of what anybody else
13   is doing and like I tried to suggest it should be left alone
14   and let it evolve as long as we're not do anything too
15   terrible.
16                The last that I heard in this country everybody is
17   responsible for their own actions. Well, if somebody gets
18   tanked up on this stuff and does something wrong, it's their
19   fault. It's not my fault. It's not your fault. It's not
20   Sheila Polk's fault. It's not Chuck's fault or anybody else's
21   fault. This is just -- you know, people have to be responsible
22   for their own actions.
23                And I'm not defending it in any way because I
24   don't entirely agree with it, but I do believe that people have
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 1   constitutional right to that free choice and if they don't hurt
 2   anybody but themselves I don't believe there is really much
 3   anybody should do about it as sad, as that may seem, because to
 4   me there are more, more people dying and in real trouble
 5   everyday with alcohol more than anything else. Alcohol is
 6   still far more dangerous. I see them effects everyday,
 7   everywhere and I'm -- that has evolved to the point where it is
 8   regulated.
 9                  I -- I just don't know what to say other than I
10   feel it's a very unfair decision if we're shut down and I -- I
11   do -- you know, if there was just some regulation on it that
12   would be million times better than trying to shut it down
13   because they're going to come back.
14                  THE COURT: Anything else you would like tell me?
15                  MR. LANCE: That would be it. Thank you.
16                  THE COURT: Sure. I'm going to have you remain on
17   the stand.
18                  Cross-examination.
19                  MR. LANCE: I finally get to talk to Sheila.
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21                          E X A M I N A T I O N
22   BY MS. POLK:
23      Q.   I just have a couple questions for you, Mr. Lance.
24                  You understand -- well, let me ask you: Are you
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 1      A.   Yes, I am.
 2      Q.   Why are you selling for human consumptions products
 3   that are marked not for human consumption?
 4      A.   Originally these products, what they were was something
 5   you put in a dish and you light them, and they're incense and
 6   people would have a couple beers or a couple glasses of wine
 7   and get pretty giddy. It was a buzz. There was a buzz.
 8                 I mean back in the days of the JWH-018 that was
 9   very potent, very potent, and that is gone now. And people
10   just -- they just use it as a kind of an incense and everybody
11   got a buzz from it. Rather than smoking marijuana or doing
12   things that were bona fide illegal, this was quasi-legal and I
13   still don't know exactly the laws on it.
14      Q.   You are selling a product that you know people are
15   consuming?
16      A.   I do not know that.
17      Q.   You've already told us that you know people are
18   consuming it.
19      A.   I know people are buying it. I don't know if it's
20   actually for consumption or if they're doing it the way of the
21   room cover. I do not know. I don't go to their homes.
22      Q.   Do you know now after listening to the testimony in
23   this trial?
24      A.   I know some people are doing it. It's obvious, yes.
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 1   people are consuming and you don't even know what is in it?
 2      A.    I know what is in it, but until today I didn't think it
 3   was illegal.
 4      Q.    Who else are you saying will be hurt if this Judge
 5   orders the shops in Yavapai County to stop selling synthetic
 6   drugs?
 7      A.    The merchants.
 8      Q.    Who, which merchants?
 9      A.    All merchants that sell it.
10      Q.    Merchants other than the ones that are up on the board?
11      A.    Yeah. Yeah. I don't know them all. I don't -- I
12   don't converse with many people. I stay to a pretty small
13   crowd and I don't know all of these and if I do know them I
14   know them well.
15      Q.    Okay.
16      A.    I don't converse with them. I'm not part of the
17   process that's trying to beat you out of the law. I'm not part
18   of that.
19                  MS. POLK: I understand. I understand.
20                  Thank you very much, Judge. No further questions.
21                  THE COURT: Thank you. Mr. Lance, is there
22   anything else you would like to tell before we finish up?
23                  MR. LANCE: No.
24                  THE COURT: Okay.
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 1   a chance to at least clear our shelves.
 2                THE COURT: Okay. Thank you.
 3                MR. LANCE: And then I will -- I will comply. But
 4   I have a lot money that I can't afford that's just sitting
 5   there right now that I need to at least clear out.
 6                And, again, I would just say that my clients, my
 7   customers are not the ones I'm seeing the problem with.
 8                THE COURT: Okay. Thank you very much.
 9                MR. LANCE: Okay. Want me to get down?
10                THE COURT: Have a seat.
11                Any rebuttal?
12                MS. POLK: No, Your Honor.
13                THE COURT: Okay. First of all, thank you to both
14   parties for getting this wrapped up today.
15                I will take the matter under advisement. I'm
16   going to order that the plaintiff lodge a form of Preliminary
17   Injunction by September 7th.
18                Mr. Lance, I'm going to give you and any other
19   defendants an opportunity to file any objections to the form --
20   or the Preliminary Injunction and those objections have to be
21   lodged or filed with the Court with a copy sent to the
22   plaintiffs by September 13th.
23                I also find that there is good cause to extend the
24   Temporary Restraining Order through 5:00 o'clock on Monday,
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 1   expiration of the Temporary Restraining Order.
 2                Okay. Mr. Lance, I want to make sure that you are
 3   clear about what you -- what the Court currently has in place.
 4   In other words, there is a Temporary Restraining Order that
 5   prohibits you from doing certain things. I extended that --
 6   well, now I have extended it through September 17th, but let me
 7   just read into the record what you are prohibited from doing,
 8   you and any other defendants --
 9                MR. LANCE: Okay.
10                THE COURT: -- and then I'm going to provide you a
11   copy, another copy, of the Temporary Restraining Order. Okay?
12                MR. LANCE: Okay.
13                THE COURT: You are prohibited from, you and any
14   other person acting in concert with you, from acquiring,
15   possessing, selling or transferring any and all synthetic
16   cannabinoids and cathinones referred to as dangerous synthetic
17   drugs and known by the street names such as, but not limited
18   to, Go Fast, K2, Spice, Sprinklezz, Incense, Potpourri,
19   Herbal -- and I'm not sure what that is -- such as Glass
20   Cleaner, Felt Cleaner, Go Fast Carpet Cleaner, Exuberance
21   Powder, Tickle Talc and Bath Salts and any substance that meets
22   the definition of an Analogue drug pursuant to 21 U.S. Code
23   Section 802 and Section 33, Section A and 21 U.S. Code Section
24   813.
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 1   transferring or possessing any of those drugs until the Court
 2   issues a decision on the Preliminary Injunction; okay?
 3                MR. LANCE: Okay.
 4                THE COURT: So if you have any of those products,
 5   and I'm not suggesting that you do, but if you were to have any
 6   of those products you may want to speak with Ms. Polk about
 7   what to do with them between --
 8                MR. LANCE: I will.
 9                THE COURT: -- between now and when the Court
10   issues its ruling; okay?
11                MR. LANCE: I send the objections by what day; by
12   the 17th?
13                THE COURT: Yes. What is going to happen is the
14   State is going to lodge a form of Preliminary Injunction with
15   the Court so it's essentially what they believe the Preliminary
16   Injunction should say.
17                MR. LANCE: Okay.
18                THE COURT: You can then do that by the 7th of
19   September. You can then --
20                MR. LANCE: By the 7th?
21                THE COURT: By the 7th, right. And, Ms. Polk, I'm
22   going to ask that you can somehow make sure that Mr. Lance has
23   it so he has time to respond to it.
24                MR. FIELDS: Your Honor, if we can poll Mr. Lance
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 1   him. And we can Fed Ex it to him so he gets it fairly quickly.
 2                THE COURT: Mr. Lance, what address should --
 3   should the plaintiff be corresponding with you at?
 4                MR. LANCE: 8 -- 873 Howards Road, suite number
 5   23, Camp Verde, Arizona.
 6                THE COURT: And what is the zip code?
 7                MR. LANCE: 86322.
 8                THE COURT: And do you receive mail at that
 9   address?
10                MR. LANCE: Yes, sir.
11                THE COURT: Do you receive Federal Ex at that
12   address?
13                MR. LANCE: Oh, yeah.
14                THE COURT: All right. Once you get that you're
15   going to have until September 13th to file any objections with
16   the Court.
17                MR. LANCE: Okay.
18                THE COURT: And I'm purposely giving you the
19   weekend in there so you have some extra time. Okay?
20                MR. LANCE: All right.
21                THE COURT: And then the Court will make decision
22   on or before Monday, September 17th.
23                MR. LANCE: All right.
24                THE COURT: And if I do put in place a Preliminary
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 1   from possessing --
 2                MR. LANCE: Yes. Yes.
 3                THE COURT: -- or selling those items until we have
 4   a final trial in the case.
 5                MR. LANCE: Okay. Now --
 6                THE COURT: All right. Do you have any other
 7   questions?
 8                MR. LANCE: Yes, I do. If I should decide to
 9   appeal this, can I appeal this Preliminary Injunction, or do I
10   have to wait until the Court and the trial to appeal that?
11                THE COURT: That's really a legal question and I
12   can't give any legal advice about that, so --
13                MR. LANCE: Okay. Can I take this (indicating)
14   with me? There is lot of stuff in here.
15                THE COURT: Do you have any objection to him
16   taking that? He seems to be the only defendant.
17                MS. POLK: That would be fine, Your Honor.
18                THE COURT: Yes.
19                MR. LANCE: Thank you.
20                THE COURT: Yes, Mr. Lance. Okay. Anything else,
21   Mr. Lance?
22                MR. LANCE: Yeah. Not right now.
23                THE COURT: All right. Ms. Polk, anything else?
24                MS. POLK: No, Your Honor. Thank you.
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                           16 [5] - 3:19, 102:21,      100:19, 136:24,           65 [1] - 35:9               13:15
                            114:10, 116:16,            137:3, 139:19, 235:9      67 [1] - 211:4             abreast [3] - 15:6,
$10,000.00 [5] - 67:13,     116:18                    20X [2] - 47:5, 47:23      69 [2] - 38:20, 48:8        15:13, 25:5
 111:5, 198:2, 198:5,      16-year-old [4] -          21 [4] - 24:9, 125:14,     6X [1] - 48:10             abscesses [1] - 12:3
 198:7                      117:20, 120:15,            229:22, 229:23                                       absolute [1] - 148:14
$20.00 [11] - 68:1,
 97:13, 112:20,
                            197:19, 198:5             23 [1] - 231:5                         7              absolutely [19] - 25:7,
                           17 [4] - 51:3, 71:17,      24 [1] - 133:7                                         29:21, 30:12, 31:23,
 118:14, 118:16,            114:11, 124:18            24th [2] - 36:3, 235:8                                 34:10, 34:19, 37:22,
 118:19, 119:8,            17th [5] - 71:19,          25 [4] - 35:11, 92:13,     7/16/12 [2] - 47:20,        40:11, 41:20, 41:24,
 180:22, 181:1,             228:25, 229:6,             93:4, 118:25               48:9                       125:17, 125:20,
 198:25, 215:16             230:12, 231:22            25th [5] - 63:15, 88:2,    70 [1] - 123:14             126:11, 128:1,
$300.00 [2] - 167:23,      18 [42] - 100:8, 109:6,     100:19, 101:7             74 [2] - 139:25             128:20, 130:25,
 167:25                     109:21, 109:25,           26 [1] - 124:8             7th [5] - 38:11, 228:17,    133:17, 136:5, 185:9
$32.00 [1] - 98:6           114:3, 114:5,             27 [2] - 140:4, 143:5       230:18, 230:20,           abuse [6] - 124:23,
$40 [1] - 60:14             114:15, 115:11,           2nd [2] - 87:20, 87:25      230:21                     124:25, 125:8,
$50.00 [1] - 138:3          115:13, 124:17,                                                                  125:9, 190:5, 190:7
                            124:18, 124:20,                       3                          8              abusing [1] - 125:11
            '               143:13, 143:23,                                                                 accept [2] - 178:15,
                            158:12, 166:20,                                                                  213:18
                                                      30 [6] - 35:10, 92:13,     8 [11] - 79:1, 79:3,
                            166:24, 179:18,                                                                 accepted [1] - 59:8
'80s [1] - 158:13                                      147:13, 207:2,             93:4, 93:6, 95:19,
                            182:17, 189:9,                                                                  accepting [1] - 216:24
'92 [1] - 149:13                                       211:4, 219:19              97:15, 118:22,
                            189:10, 196:19,                                                                 access [1] - 23:2
                                                      300 [1] - 123:24            118:24, 119:7,
                            206:24, 207:3,                                                                  accessories [4] -
           1                207:17, 207:18,           31 [2] - 1:20, 4:8
                                                                                  119:14, 231:4
                                                                                                             162:17, 220:19,
                                                                                 802 [1] - 229:23
                            207:20, 207:23,           32 [3] - 93:4, 124:6,                                  221:2, 221:19
                                                                                 813 [1] - 229:24
10 [13] - 9:6, 13:8,        208:3, 208:13,             139:25                                               accident [5] - 35:6,
                                                                                 86322 [1] - 231:7
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                                                                                 87 [2] - 138:13, 139:2
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                                                                                 873 [1] - 231:4
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                           1800 [1] - 123:21                                     89A [1] - 35:1
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                                                                                 8:00 [2] - 173:10,
107 [2] - 138:11           19 [3] - 124:17,                       4               173:11
                                                                                                            accomplish [3] -
10:00 [2] - 173:10,         124:20, 158:12                                                                   103:11, 106:10,
                           1:30 [1] - 107:22                                     8th [3] - 64:7, 64:17,
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10th [1] - 106:7                                       156:5, 156:10,                                       according [3] - 171:5,
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11 [1] - 51:14
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                                                      40-day [1] - 106:8
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12 [4] - 51:14, 66:1,                                                            90 [1] - 123:14            accurate [1] - 235:5
                            84:2, 88:3, 92:12,         155:24, 156:1
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13 [1] - 51:4               125:4, 130:6,                                        9:33 [2] - 1:21, 4:9       acoustical [1] -
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138 [1] - 139:21            158:11, 158:13,                                                                  69:5
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                                                      50 [3] - 38:24, 95:21,     a.m [4] - 1:21, 4:9,        229:25
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                                                       143:2                      173:10, 173:11            act [1] - 40:10
14 [2] - 95:17, 106:2       204:10
                                                      50273 [1] - 1:25           ability [5] - 17:16,       acting [2] - 36:12,
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                                                       153:12, 153:14,            141:9, 235:7              action [3] - 70:14,
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                                                       153:19, 155:13,           able [24] - 10:8, 14:25,    185:18, 185:19
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                                                       155:15                     34:16, 37:7, 37:14,       actions [3] - 185:22,
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                                                      5:00 [1] - 228:24           38:21, 48:17, 48:20,
14th [3] - 85:15, 85:17,    137:15, 140:2                                                                    224:17, 224:22
                                                                                  69:19, 106:13,
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                                                                                  106:17, 106:18,
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                                                                                                            actual [5] - 7:12,
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                                                                                  124:14, 125:24,
15-minute [3] - 44:16,      87:17, 96:4, 98:15,                                                              192:18
                                                      6/22/12 [1] - 48:10         136:17, 154:17,
 157:3, 172:18              101:14                                                                          acutely [1] - 13:13
                                                      60 [3] - 35:9, 38:24,       155:8, 160:1, 186:3,
15-year-old [1] -          2012 [10] - 1:20, 4:8,                                                           Adam [1] - 169:3
                                                       211:4                      209:20, 222:21
                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                       2

ADD [1] - 51:18           agencies [2] - 29:20,      222:4                    13:24, 13:25              aside [1] - 10:11
added [2] - 41:8,          43:6                     allowed [6] - 28:5,      apologize [1] - 219:5      assigned [1] - 24:12
 41:11                    agency [1] - 140:6         107:12, 207:19,         apparent [1] - 120:8       assignment [1] -
addicted [2] - 80:20,     ages [2] - 51:2, 166:18    208:5, 208:6, 221:23    appeal [3] - 232:9,         24:10
 120:9                    aggressive [1] - 29:15    almost [12] - 27:11,      232:10                    assist [1] - 35:5
addiction [4] - 63:11,    agitated [11] - 9:7,       36:13, 43:16, 87:6,     appealing [1] - 81:15      assistance [2] - 37:13,
 84:23, 101:11,            9:24, 12:19, 13:14,       94:24, 100:8,           appear [3] - 88:24,         47:14
 106:14                    18:7, 22:7, 22:8,         103:15, 125:4,           155:20, 181:15            assisting [1] - 26:15
additional [4] - 40:8,     29:19, 53:5, 88:16,       133:1, 157:22,          appearance [1] - 41:1      associated [2] -
 120:22, 151:20            120:13                    169:9, 170:18           APPEARANCES [1] -           149:3, 156:7
address [8] - 8:11,       agitation [5] - 10:19,    alone [1] - 224:13        4:1                       assume [2] - 10:9,
 91:19, 130:24,            14:4, 18:24, 29:15,      Alpha [1] - 152:3        appeared [1] - 39:8         15:4
 169:8, 185:6, 231:2,      53:8                     Alpha-PVP [1] - 152:3    appearing [1] - 28:8       assuming [1] - 186:4
 231:9, 231:12            ago [45] - 26:12,         altering [2] - 128:3,    appendicitis [1] -         assumption [2] -
adjudicated [1] -          26:16, 33:5, 35:2,        139:3                    20:16                      10:14, 186:5
 98:17                     52:16, 55:13, 57:4,      alternative [1] -        Application [1] - 3:23     assured [1] - 180:18
administrative [2] -       63:2, 66:23, 66:24,       164:12                  application [1] - 153:4    asthma [1] - 99:19
 7:7, 7:9                  67:4, 67:5, 67:6,        amazing [1] - 127:18     appointed [2] -            at-fault [3] - 35:19,
admission [2] -            67:7, 79:15, 95:25,      ambulance [2] - 37:1,     145:25, 146:3              39:1, 39:12
 155:17, 184:23            114:1, 124:5, 126:2,      188:17                  appreciate [3] - 21:17,    atom [1] - 32:8
admit [7] - 9:23, 10:4,    128:12, 149:6,           Amendment [1] -           145:24, 157:5             attached....................
 16:6, 59:8, 187:24,       150:15, 158:11,           187:19                  approximate [1] -           .156 [1] - 3:20
 219:2, 219:6              159:18, 161:11,          America [1] - 158:3       216:21                    attack [4] - 20:16,
admits [1] - 199:21        161:13, 161:19,          Americans [1] -          April [5] - 35:3, 78:13,    30:2, 99:19, 131:18
admitted [12] - 35:20,     167:15, 170:9,            224:25                   87:20, 87:25, 88:6        attempted [1] - 8:10
 139:4, 139:23,            170:15, 177:14,          amount [11] - 9:4,       area [2] - 38:18, 62:2     attempting [1] - 31:25
 140:4, 143:5,             178:2, 181:10,            9:22, 9:24, 10:19,      argue [5] - 68:10,         attention [3] - 162:3,
 152:20, 152:23,           209:12, 212:16,           43:8, 69:20, 142:17,     110:13, 110:14,            199:20, 211:21
 153:14, 155:15,           212:24, 212:25,           143:2, 163:11,           110:17, 128:1             Attorney [6] - 1:7, 4:2,
 156:1, 156:15,            215:21, 215:25,           224:3, 224:4            arguing [1] - 44:9          4:4, 4:13, 107:25,
 187:23                    216:4, 216:7,            amounts [1] - 167:22     argumentative [1] -         113:2
admitting [1] - 209:17     218:25, 219:1, 224:7     Amped [1] - 37:15         181:14                    ATTORNEY [1] - 1:24
adult [1] - 190:10        agree [6] - 189:7,        amphetamine [1] -        arise [1] - 7:8            attractive [1] - 79:20
adults [7] - 125:11,       190:11, 212:6,            8:22                    ARIZONA [1] - 1:1          attributed [1] - 38:1
 139:13, 144:7,            212:9, 214:24,           amphetamine-type [1]     Arizona [31] - 1:20,       auditory [1] - 10:19
 146:11, 146:13,           224:24                    - 8:22                   1:24, 4:8, 8:12, 27:1,    August [3] - 1:20, 4:8,
 190:10, 223:24           agreed [3] - 60:14,       Amy [2] - 70:16, 101:4    27:17, 28:2, 28:4,         38:11
advertising [1] - 161:7    131:4, 168:11            Analogue [1] - 229:22     29:2, 29:3, 31:24,        authenticating [4] -
advice [2] - 33:5,        ahead [18] - 26:5,        analysis [1] - 45:21      32:4, 39:15, 39:22,        151:22, 153:1,
 232:12                    42:5, 44:25, 47:8,       AND [1] - 1:2             73:2, 77:13, 77:24,        155:18, 156:6
advised [1] - 37:2         50:7, 59:6, 68:23,       angry [4] - 53:18,        158:11, 158:14,           automatically [1] -
advisement [1] -           114:22, 142:7,            59:20, 61:19, 61:20      159:4, 159:11,             171:19
 228:15                    155:14, 156:4,           animal [1] - 90:3         170:4, 185:16,            autopsy [3] - 22:13,
affect [1] - 19:11         188:7, 192:1, 194:6,                               185:21, 186:4,
                                                    animals [2] - 89:22,                                 45:25, 152:17
affected [1] - 16:4        195:7, 211:8, 216:1,                               186:17, 188:4,
                                                     90:13                                              availability [1] -
Affidavit [1] - 3:19       221:16                                             191:11, 231:5, 235:8
                                                    answer [7] - 17:12,                                  125:19
affidavit [5] - 35:25,    aids [1] - 209:24                                  arm [1] - 130:14
                                                     22:19, 48:25,                                      available [4] - 47:2,
 36:2, 38:8, 66:15,       AIP [1] - 152:2            121:19, 148:7,          arms [9] - 53:23,           125:10, 125:16,
 152:4                    AIT [1] - 3:25             168:23, 194:24           88:25, 89:2, 89:6,         186:24
afford [1] - 228:4        al [4] - 1:10, 1:11,      answered [2] - 21:17,     89:7, 89:10, 89:11,       average [7] - 9:6,
afraid [1] - 54:16         4:14, 107:25              182:13                   130:1, 134:13              13:25, 119:18,
afternoon [4] -           alarming [2] - 138:16,    answers [4] - 68:16,     arrest [2] - 42:14,         124:16, 124:19,
 122:19, 122:20,           138:18                    138:6, 184:17,           42:18                      143:2, 147:13
 157:13, 203:22           alcohol [7] - 52:2,        186:22                  arrested [2] - 98:11,      awake [1] - 88:18
age [14] - 51:14, 66:1,    125:5, 125:13,           anti [1] - 19:7           98:12                     aware [35] - 8:10, 9:1,
 109:25, 114:7,            125:16, 126:17,          anti-opiate [1] - 19:7   arrived [3] - 35:6,         9:2, 9:8, 9:11, 18:9,
 114:15, 115:2,            225:5                                              38:21, 72:1
                                                    anticipates [1] -                                    19:3, 26:25, 28:16,
 115:11, 115:13,          alike [1] - 158:4                                  arsenal [1] - 30:21
                                                     228:25                                              31:9, 31:24, 46:11,
 115:14, 116:11,          alive [1] - 224:9         antlers [1] - 160:5      article [3] - 150:11,       46:13, 52:12, 52:15,
 116:12, 116:14,          allow [6] - 19:11,        anyway [1] - 213:6        150:15, 181:11             53:12, 55:14, 56:4,
 196:9, 211:13             33:17, 120:22,                                    ascertain [1] - 10:8
                                                    apart [3] - 10:22,                                   56:7, 56:8, 63:10,
                           208:22, 208:23,
                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                 3

 65:23, 81:19, 82:4,       78:16, 78:19, 78:23,    181:12, 181:16,           129:24, 136:9              97:14, 97:20, 98:5,
 82:5, 82:9, 84:19,        79:1, 79:4, 79:5,       181:18, 181:24,          behind [10] - 90:4,         98:9, 118:21,
 86:18, 99:19, 109:8,      79:6, 79:8, 79:10,      182:16, 182:17,           102:20, 127:8,             118:22, 119:3,
 135:8, 140:25,            79:21, 80:1, 80:5,      182:25, 183:6,            127:17, 140:16,            119:7, 119:14,
 141:4, 176:18, 212:3      81:10, 81:14, 81:17,    183:10, 184:6,            174:24, 174:25,            168:12, 168:17,
awful [1] - 121:18         81:23, 82:15, 82:21,    184:18, 185:3,            175:1, 207:11, 212:1       210:16
                           83:5, 83:8, 83:23,      186:16, 186:23,          belief [2] - 116:9,        block [1] - 19:10
           B               84:14, 84:23, 85:11,    188:15, 197:19,           177:23                    blood [9] - 11:1, 11:3,
                           85:17, 86:3, 86:6,      198:11, 200:7,           believes [1] - 185:15       11:20, 39:11, 39:17,
                           86:9, 86:17, 86:20,     209:9, 209:11,           belong [1] - 111:23         45:21, 53:20, 82:17,
backs [1] - 136:18         86:23, 88:10, 88:11,    209:13, 209:15,                                      88:22
                                                                            belonged [1] - 111:24
backup [2] - 36:16,        88:14, 90:18, 91:10,    209:18, 210:9,                                      blueberry [1] - 41:13
                                                                            bench [2] - 182:6,
 137:13                    91:11, 91:16, 91:25,    210:15, 210:17,                                     BLUFF [1] - 1:16
                                                                             233:1
backyard [1] - 54:8        92:5, 93:3, 93:14,      210:19, 210:21,                                     Board [2] - 145:5,
                                                                            beneficial [2] -
bad [8] - 13:19, 13:21,    94:4, 94:23, 95:14,     212:4, 212:10,                                       147:21
                                                                             107:11, 107:13
 38:6, 104:8, 134:8,       97:9, 97:10, 97:19,     212:12, 212:18,                                     board [7] - 27:7,
                                                                            berry [1] - 41:5
 159:2, 168:7, 223:12      99:10, 99:11, 100:9,    213:11, 215:14,                                      129:21, 130:15,
                                                                            best [4] - 162:10,
bags [1] - 93:20           100:11, 101:17,         220:5, 229:21                                        130:18, 133:8,
                                                                             199:12, 203:14,
Bailiff [1] - 156:24       102:12, 102:14,        bath [3] - 82:15,                                     227:10
                                                                             235:6
BAILIFF [2] - 47:10,       103:1, 103:21,          82:22, 109:12                                       body [13] - 8:25,
                                                                            better [6] - 14:16,
 47:12                     105:6, 105:23,         bathroom [2] - 86:11,                                 11:11, 11:13, 11:16,
                                                                             95:14, 97:25,
Ballz [10] - 79:1, 79:3,   106:15, 106:19,         103:6                     106:14, 170:2,             17:1, 19:12, 27:14,
 93:4, 93:6, 95:19,        106:21, 106:25,        battle [1] - 78:8          225:12                     29:9, 29:10, 29:13,
 97:15, 118:22,            110:4, 110:22,         bear [1] - 42:11          between [19] - 9:5,         30:14, 30:16, 135:24
 118:24, 119:8,            112:24, 115:20,        beard [1] - 56:24                                    Boeing [1] - 204:12
                                                                             13:8, 16:9, 20:11,
 119:14                    116:1, 117:1,          beat [1] - 227:17                                    bona [1] - 226:12
                                                                             28:25, 38:24, 40:14,
ban [7] - 31:25,           117:24, 120:1,         became [8] - 28:6,         49:14, 75:23, 88:5,       bond [5] - 96:12,
 169:22, 170:3,            120:9, 125:22,          28:13, 32:14, 52:12,      97:21, 124:19,             96:17, 146:7, 146:9,
 170:4, 170:5, 213:6,      126:4, 127:21,          53:12, 55:14,             125:10, 125:19,            146:11
 213:7                     128:5, 128:10,          106:22, 204:17            142:18, 183:20,           bong [2] - 174:12,
banana [1] - 163:17        128:16, 128:19,        become [7] - 9:8,          185:10, 230:7, 230:9       174:13
banging [2] - 132:11,      128:22, 129:7,          12:3, 12:24, 52:15,      beyond [2] - 149:24,       bongs [1] - 174:13
 133:3                     129:20, 135:3,          56:4, 56:7, 131:18        151:14                    Book [3] - 151:9,
banned [3] - 28:12,        137:10, 139:15,        bed [3] - 13:2, 74:22,    Big [1] - 159:3             151:11, 151:12
 185:18, 213:6             139:23, 140:4,          89:20                    big [6] - 9:13, 12:3,      book [6] - 153:20,
based [13] - 11:7,         140:5, 140:7,          bedroom [3] - 94:10,       12:12, 144:2,              154:1, 154:2, 154:4,
 16:9, 33:15, 46:18,       140:15, 141:2,          94:11, 112:4              146:15, 149:6              154:5
 46:20, 48:1, 48:7,        141:5, 141:10,         beers [1] - 226:6         bigger [3] - 86:25,        border [1] - 158:14
 48:21, 130:11,            141:16, 141:20,        BEFORE [1] - 1:16          92:12, 93:7               born [2] - 158:7, 158:9
 175:22, 175:23,           142:17, 142:25,        began [4] - 35:7, 39:4,   bikes [1] - 92:3           bottle [1] - 175:13
 175:24, 187:2             143:5, 144:11,          126:14, 129:10           Bill [1] - 158:3           bottles [2] - 39:8,
bashed [1] - 134:18        145:7, 145:15,
                                                  begin [1] - 38:17         bill [2] - 33:10, 33:15     45:14
bashing [1] - 136:7        145:22, 148:1,
                                                  beginning [12] -          bills [2] - 160:22,        bottom [1] - 139:12
basing [1] - 16:4          148:12, 150:12,
                                                   78:13, 80:12, 83:6,       224:9                     bought [27] - 45:13,
basis [4] - 25:1, 58:14,   152:14, 152:18,
                                                   87:13, 89:18, 90:13,     birthday [1] - 71:19        48:15, 48:16, 48:18,
 210:25, 211:2             161:15, 161:16,
                                                   93:4, 94:5, 99:17,       bit [16] - 6:23, 7:4,       67:18, 67:24, 68:25,
bass [1] - 220:15          161:18, 162:2,
                                                   104:7, 149:8, 171:6       9:10, 10:3, 12:15,         69:21, 79:1, 83:8,
batch [3] - 46:22, 48:3    162:18, 165:15,
                                                  behave [1] - 190:1         17:14, 30:10, 31:11,       93:7, 121:4, 145:6,
batches [1] - 48:21        167:8, 167:11,
                                                  behaves [1] - 131:11       40:17, 54:1, 56:12,        150:20, 160:4,
Bath [220] - 10:2, 12:8,   167:13, 167:18,
                                                  behavior [20] - 11:23,     185:23, 195:24,            169:9, 178:1,
 13:10, 14:2, 22:5,        168:12, 168:17,
                                                   12:17, 13:15, 22:7,       197:7, 198:3, 222:20       179:23, 179:25,
 22:17, 25:10, 31:18,      169:11, 169:13,
                                                   29:15, 29:25, 33:20,     bite [1] - 13:1             181:24, 182:11,
 37:3, 37:6, 42:15,        169:20, 169:21,
                                                   33:24, 34:6, 34:7,       bitty [1] - 163:6           196:24, 198:16,
 45:24, 52:1, 52:13,       169:24, 170:1,
                                                   34:11, 36:15, 37:18,     black [4] - 88:23,          198:20, 198:21,
 52:18, 52:23, 53:6,       170:3, 170:15,
                                                   51:13, 53:4, 53:6,        90:10, 90:15               201:15
 53:13, 53:16, 53:25,      170:18, 174:19,
                                                   53:16, 64:1, 130:4,      blackberry [1] - 41:5      boughten [1] - 121:11
 54:3, 54:18, 54:20,       174:20, 176:9,
                                                   184:25                   blanket [1] - 77:14        box [1] - 33:7
 57:16, 59:21, 61:12,      176:24, 177:8,
                                                  behavioral [2] - 10:11,   blend [1] - 76:14          boy [3] - 134:11,
 61:13, 61:15, 62:15,      177:14, 178:1,
                                                   12:14                    blink [1] - 54:4            136:10, 165:12
 65:2, 66:24, 66:25,       178:9, 178:18,
                                                  behaviors [4] -           blinked [1] - 54:1         bracelet [1] - 55:18
 67:6, 69:20, 70:15,       179:16, 179:17,
                                                   129:13, 129:15,          Bliss [14] - 93:5, 93:6,   brain [1] - 19:11
 74:12, 75:14, 78:14,      181:4, 181:9,

                                          M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                   Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                  4

branched [1] - 195:24     161:10, 161:20,          calmed [1] - 18:19       Carpet [1] - 229:20         71:20, 71:22, 74:9,
brand [2] - 8:4, 168:1    163:13, 165:22,          Calvin [3] - 152:2,      carried [1] - 168:7         100:18, 105:10,
break [4] - 107:17,       173:7, 173:8,             152:14, 190:10          carry [1] - 30:21           105:17, 132:16,
 172:6, 172:16, 173:6     173:18, 173:20           camera [3] - 73:15,      cars [1] - 92:2             161:1, 188:14,
breaking [1] - 89:24     Business [1] - 3:23        73:17, 73:19            case [25] - 5:3, 5:6,       188:15
breath [1] - 18:13       buy [42] - 21:20,         Camp [27] - 1:20, 4:8,    11:7, 20:5, 32:25,        center [5] - 17:2, 17:7,
breathing [5] - 10:25,    47:22, 61:15, 67:21,      50:20, 50:21, 50:23,     35:22, 35:23, 38:3,        17:10, 17:11, 35:12
 18:6, 18:17, 36:23,      67:24, 68:1, 68:5,        62:1, 63:19, 85:25,      38:14, 68:20, 68:21,      certain [6] - 11:6,
 189:5                    69:22, 78:21, 83:23,      86:16, 98:25,            110:17, 132:1,             31:25, 77:2, 141:1,
Brenda [4] - 111:12,      86:20, 92:21, 94:4,       105:13, 143:10,          163:6, 188:3, 191:3,       229:5
 111:17, 202:6, 203:7     96:19, 106:19,            153:2, 157:19,           192:4, 192:18,            certainly [3] - 11:24,
Brew [10] - 54:25,        115:4, 129:1,             157:21, 157:23,          192:19, 193:17,            15:17, 20:23
 55:1, 83:10, 83:12,      135:20, 148:1,            158:18, 159:16,          193:23, 208:24,           Certificate [1] - 3:23
 83:15, 86:8, 86:14,      162:14, 167:22,           159:17, 171:19,          232:4                     certificates [1] -
 86:21, 91:17, 160:11     171:1, 171:14,            189:21, 204:4,          CASE [1] - 1:8              188:25
brew [1] - 160:17         174:9, 174:17,            211:10, 212:3,          cases [8] - 17:5, 18:5,    certification [2] -
brews [1] - 160:16        178:9, 178:12,            212:10, 231:5            18:8, 20:20, 22:16,        153:3, 155:22
Brews [2] - 161:12,       179:22, 182:1,           campuses [1] - 13:8       24:16, 24:18, 142:17      certified [2] - 40:4,
 161:13                   182:17, 189:9,           canine [2] - 36:5,       Casey [1] - 165:23          152:4
Bridgeport [1] -          191:10, 198:24,           37:12                   cash [8] - 68:1, 95:5,     Certified [1] - 1:24
 159:25                   206:21, 207:21,          cannab [1] - 37:5         95:6, 111:11, 112:2,      certify [1] - 235:5
brief [2] - 183:24,       213:24, 217:5,           cannabinoid [6] -         198:24, 205:17,           chain [1] - 29:8
 222:16                   220:8, 221:21,            29:6, 41:10, 47:7,       205:18                    chance [5] - 107:8,
bring [4] - 60:17,        221:22                    48:2, 191:14, 191:22    Casino [1] - 38:20          153:5, 194:18,
 94:14, 165:15, 193:2    buying [14] - 54:25,      cannabinoids [49] -      cat [1] - 43:19             194:19, 228:1
bringing [2] - 40:9,      83:10, 86:13, 91:16,      7:20, 8:1, 8:2, 8:20,   catch [4] - 67:2,          change [13] - 8:17,
 129:4                    91:25, 92:5, 146:18,      8:25, 10:9, 13:6,        126:21, 135:10,            16:14, 16:20, 16:21,
Britain [2] - 15:22,      150:21, 150:25,           14:23, 15:14, 16:10,     140:23                     27:11, 77:12, 127:9,
 16:18                    197:22, 198:12,           17:6, 19:20, 21:5,      catch-up [1] - 140:23       135:11, 140:22,
                          200:6, 201:12,            25:19, 26:5, 26:9,      catchall [1] - 128:5        161:10, 223:14,
broken [1] - 64:2
                          226:19                    26:22, 27:1, 27:5,      categories [2] - 36:20,     223:17
brother [5] - 60:20,
                         buys [1] - 213:19          27:9, 27:10, 27:17,      129:11                    changed [6] - 55:3,
 60:21, 159:12,
 159:13                  buzz [3] - 226:7,          27:24, 29:1, 29:2,      categorize [1] - 143:8      55:9, 76:14, 76:22,
                          226:11                    29:12, 29:17, 30:4,     category [1] - 28:8         161:21, 201:22
brothers [1] - 146:15
                         BY [43] - 1:23, 5:25,      31:13, 32:6, 32:18,     cathinone [2] -            changes [4] - 31:20,
brought [5] - 12:23,
                          21:3, 21:16, 23:25,       33:1, 33:8, 37:8,        191:13, 191:21             53:23, 186:1, 223:17
 13:14, 21:24, 58:12,
                          40:16, 42:8, 44:2,        38:10, 39:6, 39:21,     cathinones [39] - 7:23,    changing [5] - 14:19,
 163:5
                          45:1, 46:10, 47:17,       40:1, 40:20, 41:18,      8:19, 8:25, 10:10,         16:16, 22:22, 29:7,
bubbles [1] - 88:24
                          50:14, 59:7, 65:20,       42:15, 43:9, 45:24,      13:6, 15:1, 15:2,          81:16
buck [1] - 92:12
                          68:4, 68:24, 71:12,       188:16, 188:22,          15:14, 16:11, 17:6,       charge [1] - 92:9
bucks [4] - 92:12,
                          89:14, 108:25,            191:4, 191:7,            19:19, 21:4, 31:12,       charged [3] - 45:19,
 93:6, 94:6
                          110:21, 111:7,            191:18, 229:16           31:16, 32:1, 32:15,        45:22, 141:18
Buffalo [1] - 158:3
                          112:16, 113:19,          cannot [3] - 47:12,       32:17, 33:18, 33:22,      charges [2] - 63:4,
bugging [1] - 171:21
                          114:23, 121:3,            110:17, 207:23           33:24, 34:12, 34:13,       113:10
bugs [5] - 10:21,
                          122:18, 142:10,          capacity [1] - 1:6        34:24, 37:5, 37:8,        charging [1] - 45:22
 10:23, 14:7, 74:18,
                          144:9, 147:2,            car [7] - 35:9, 35:20,    37:15, 38:10, 39:21,
 74:19                                                                                                 chart [2] - 47:8, 47:18
                          150:10, 157:12,           179:13, 182:2,           39:25, 41:19, 43:9,
built [1] - 163:10                                                                                     cheap [4] - 92:16,
                          183:22, 188:11,           182:3, 197:9             47:7, 48:3, 188:16,
bulk [1] - 93:7                                                                                         92:18, 92:24, 93:1
                          195:14, 203:21,          carat [3] - 94:13,        188:22, 191:5,
bunch [5] - 74:21,                                                                                     check [4] - 166:8,
                          211:9, 216:2,             95:12, 95:17             191:7, 191:18,
 176:20, 179:3,                                                                                         207:4, 207:7, 207:16
                          217:13, 219:13,          card [3] - 109:23,        229:16
 190:22, 224:10                                                                                        checking [3] - 207:9,
                          221:1, 221:14,            115:5, 115:15
burglary [1] - 125:7                                                        caught [5] - 43:11,         207:11, 207:14
                          221:17, 225:22           carded [4] - 109:10,
burn [3] - 82:14,                                                            43:12, 64:3, 86:12,       chemical [13] - 26:19,
                                                    114:25, 115:1, 115:3     104:23                     27:10, 27:12, 29:9,
 97:25, 98:1
burning [1] - 88:20
                                    C              care [11] - 7:9, 7:10,   CAUSE [1] - 1:18            41:7, 41:11, 46:23,
                                                    7:13, 20:4, 20:8,       causes [1] - 12:12          77:3, 77:13, 81:16,
burst [2] - 158:21
                                                    20:13, 20:14, 20:18,    cell [6] - 73:15, 73:17,    171:25, 185:25
bursting [1] - 128:12    C.P [2] - 1:24, 235:14
                                                    166:19, 171:20,          73:19, 74:10, 74:16,      chemicals [8] - 27:6,
bury [1] - 64:12         C.S.R [1] - 1:25
                                                    198:1                    74:19                      27:11, 27:25, 28:2,
business [14] - 109:4,   Cain [1] - 190:1
                                                   career [3] - 130:5,      Center [14] - 6:8,          29:1, 33:11, 47:2,
 125:4, 148:10,          California [1] - 159:17
                                                    136:15, 148:22           36:25, 39:2, 53:1,         76:13
 153:3, 160:6, 160:9,    calm [1] - 130:18
                                                   Carolina [1] - 33:14
                                          M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                   Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                     5

chemist [2] - 29:4,        74:14, 75:20, 75:21,       7:16, 8:2                  concert [1] - 229:14       61:3, 124:23
 29:8                      101:18, 110:13,           communities [1] -           Concert [1] - 158:20      contacted [2] -
chemistry [1] - 39:11      172:8, 185:3, 228:1,       43:8                       conclusion [2] - 13:7,     136:24, 137:11
chest [2] - 36:23, 96:9    228:5, 229:3              community [15] -             37:23                    contain [5] - 28:1,
chew [1] - 88:23          clear-cut [1] - 172:8       16:24, 21:7, 22:7,         conclusions [1] -          28:3, 30:2, 175:14
chewing [1] - 91:1        cleared [1] - 233:1         27:21, 37:21, 50:19,        138:20                   container [11] - 52:17,
chic8k [1] - 121:11       clearly [1] - 177:7         57:12, 58:1, 61:10,        condition [1] - 96:18      53:14, 97:14,
chick [1] - 121:10        Clerk [6] - 23:16, 50:6,    61:21, 61:24,              conducted [1] -            118:21, 118:22,
chief [1] - 126:1          71:3, 122:8, 157:1,        107:11, 123:11,             139:21                    118:24, 118:25,
child [7] - 113:10,        194:15                     204:3                      conducting [1] - 35:19     119:1, 119:3, 119:7,
 127:24, 131:6,           Clerk's [1] - 155:22       companies [1] -             confidence [2] -           119:14
 131:12, 132:10,          clients [1] - 228:6         223:14                      79:22, 101:20            containers [7] - 95:19,
 132:13, 189:4            close [9] - 5:3, 21:20,    company [4] - 69:10,        confident [2] - 85:5,      97:15, 102:21,
children [8] - 50:25,      28:9, 98:24, 100:2,        86:14, 168:10,              145:23                    118:21, 119:5,
 57:12, 58:1, 61:22,       146:18, 167:15,            168:11                     confirmed [1] - 13:5       119:7, 119:14
 61:25, 131:21,            188:9, 205:6              Company [7] - 4:6,          conform [1] - 223:16      containing [1] - 39:6
 133:10, 148:16           closely [1] - 133:21        55:6, 55:11, 56:14,        confrontation [1] -       continually [1] -
children's [1] - 51:2     clothes [2] - 6:4,          69:10, 160:10,              199:15                    152:16
Childress [1] - 98:21      12:22                      204:12                     confronted [8] -          continue [16] - 25:4,
choice [3] - 76:3,        clue [4] - 163:21,         Company..................    52:20, 56:8, 56:18,       32:16, 52:23, 79:10,
 224:25, 225:1             176:13, 210:11,            .....153 [1] - 3:24         57:1, 57:3, 57:5,         129:10, 135:5,
chose [2] - 31:1, 72:14    211:15                    compare [3] - 47:9,          57:7, 104:22              135:11, 136:12,
chuck [4] - 194:10,       coaches [1] - 158:16        134:25, 149:19             confused [1] - 191:19      140:22, 163:13,
 195:15, 211:4,           coalitions [1] - 27:8      compared [2] - 42:13,       conjunction [1] -          164:24, 173:8,
 219:14                   cocaine [9] - 9:14,         42:16                       138:1                     194:6, 231:25
Chuck [7] - 3:11,          11:5, 13:25, 52:1,        compassionate [1] -         connection [1] -          continued [6] - 52:25,
 179:12, 193:18,           66:10, 132:19,             59:22                       125:18                    53:25, 120:16,
 196:16, 219:18,           135:4, 136:19,            complaint [2] - 35:25,      conquer [1] - 79:23        138:23, 219:3, 219:6
 221:15, 222:8             145:16                     38:14                      consideration [1] -       continues [2] -
CHUCK [1] - 194:14        Coconino [1] - 33:4        complaints [1] - 7:8         113:5                     126:10, 141:15
Chuck's [1] - 224:20      Code [2] - 229:22,         complete [1] - 4:24         considered [5] -          continuing [1] - 128:7
cigar [3] - 182:5,         229:23                    completely [6] -             25:17, 30:20, 32:3,      continuously [1] -
 195:20, 197:9            code [1] - 231:6            14:16, 33:7, 34:6,          32:22, 34:15              170:21
cigarettes [1] - 115:5    coffee [1] - 164:4          41:7, 77:3, 184:21         considering [2] -         contrast [1] - 18:20
Cigars [1] - 109:14       Coffey [2] - 161:1         compliance [2] - 31:3,       153:11, 220:3            contributed [1] -
cigars [6] - 109:15,      cold [1] - 66:9             34:5                       consistency [2] -          148:13
 160:18, 162:11,          collaborative [1] -        complies [1] - 89:12         14:9, 48:23              contributing [3] -
 163:13, 195:22,           137:20                    comply [2] - 31:5,          consistent [2] - 49:8,     113:10, 146:12,
 224:5                    collapsed [1] - 158:23      228:3                       138:6                     189:10
cited [1] - 146:11        collect [1] - 180:15       compound [13] - 8:15,       consistently [1] -        control [7] - 17:11,
citizens [1] - 41:22      Colorado [1] - 158:6        8:17, 16:1, 16:14,          49:14                     18:7, 22:6, 107:2,
City [1] - 155:21         coming [20] - 9:4,          16:19, 16:21, 17:22,       constant [2] - 75:3,       129:22, 130:8,
civics [3] - 145:3,        35:11, 78:6, 85:4,         29:11, 41:7, 41:8,          78:8                      130:11
 147:3, 147:14             91:4, 92:17, 105:7,        41:9, 140:14, 140:17       constantly [2] - 54:11,   controlled [2] - 14:21,
civil [3] - 184:11,        117:15, 126:3,            compounds [9] -              166:23                    47:22
 184:24, 186:11            147:20, 161:8,             14:20, 16:9, 27:11,        constitutional [1] -      conversation [8] -
claimed [1] - 201:9        163:3, 166:9,              31:25, 47:3, 77:2,          225:1                     56:19, 57:10,
clarification [1] -        166:15, 197:25,            127:9, 135:11, 141:1       constructive [1] -         178:22, 179:6,
 151:4                     201:9, 209:1, 224:1       computer [5] - 23:3,         53:11                     179:7, 179:8,
clarinets [1] - 220:15    comment [2] - 181:21,       23:4, 165:14, 166:2,       consume [1] - 25:1         179:10, 198:10
class [2] - 147:4,         190:11                     166:4                      consuming [3] -           converse [2] - 227:12,
 147:11                   comments [1] -             concede [1] - 185:21         226:15, 226:18,           227:16
classes [1] - 147:5        121:19                    concentration [1] -          227:1                    convince [1] - 192:15
classroom [2] - 147:7,    Commercial [1] -            14:22                      consumption [11] -        cooperated [1] -
 147:23                    161:1                     concern [4] - 22:21,         8:6, 46:17, 81:24,        187:18
clause [1] - 27:5         commit [1] - 102:5          108:6, 184:22, 185:5        82:2, 82:4, 82:6,        copies [3] - 151:24,
                          committed [4] - 64:11,     concerned [1] -              82:8, 144:1, 225:25,      153:18, 154:6
clean [4] - 101:25,
 102:1, 102:2, 103:11      102:6, 186:4, 187:11       218:18                      226:3, 226:20            cops [1] - 60:22
Cleaner [4] - 31:18,      common [4] - 9:14,         concerning [3] -            consumptions [1] -        COPY [1] - 1:25
 229:20                    10:18, 31:17, 144:8        184:24, 185:14,             226:2                    copy [7] - 153:19,
clear [11] - 39:10,       commonly [3] - 6:10,        186:23                     contact [3] - 38:6,        154:14, 171:24,

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                             6

 171:25, 228:21,          123:18, 148:16,          152:6, 152:9,           232:15, 232:18,         Crime [1] - 39:18
 229:11                   149:8                    152:12, 152:19,         232:20, 232:23,         crime [4] - 40:5, 40:7,
corner [1] - 73:17       COUNTY [3] - 1:2, 1:8,    152:23, 153:5,          232:25                   186:4, 187:11
coroner's [5] - 22:13,    1:24                     153:8, 153:11,         Court [66] - 23:15,      criminal [10] - 8:14,
 45:25, 152:17,          County [22] - 1:6, 4:2,   153:14, 153:19,         33:2, 50:5, 50:17,       24:12, 24:14, 24:22,
 172:8, 189:1             4:4, 4:12, 7:2, 18:5,    153:22, 154:1,          51:2, 51:7, 51:11,       35:4, 141:3, 184:13,
correct [55] - 6:11,      24:13, 24:19, 33:4,      154:3, 154:6,           51:24, 53:3, 53:15,      184:25
 15:11, 19:17, 19:23,     37:21, 107:25,           154:10, 154:12,         54:14, 55:17, 56:22,    cropping [1] - 149:17
 24:5, 26:20, 26:21,      113:2, 122:25,           154:17, 154:21,         57:7, 57:18, 57:21,     cross [22] - 21:12,
 26:24, 31:15, 31:21,     123:6, 123:12,           154:25, 155:2,          59:19, 61:6, 62:23,      42:2, 44:18, 44:23,
 34:9, 35:3, 35:25,       123:15, 123:22,          155:4, 155:10,          63:5, 71:2, 71:13,       58:19, 59:2, 65:17,
 38:11, 38:12, 38:14,     123:25, 124:21,          155:12, 155:15,         76:5, 82:20, 83:4,       68:14, 68:15,
 38:15, 39:18, 40:22,     142:3, 146:2, 227:5      155:23, 156:1,          86:5, 88:13, 91:16,      107:19, 108:4,
 40:23, 49:3, 49:16,     couple [25] - 14:15,      156:4, 156:9,           91:18, 92:9, 93:2,       108:14, 108:20,
 49:17, 49:20, 67:20,     61:7, 64:3, 86:24,       156:15, 156:20,         93:19, 97:24, 98:18,     108:22, 120:23,
 69:15, 111:21,           97:19, 98:20, 103:3,     156:23, 157:2,          100:19, 102:25,          142:7, 173:1, 192:3,
 112:21, 123:7,           103:12, 103:13,          172:11, 172:14,         105:20, 114:11,          194:18, 203:18,
 125:15, 127:13,          120:25, 124:5,           172:17, 172:23,         116:21, 118:17,          220:22, 225:18
 128:17, 131:7,           134:4, 160:7, 164:6,     173:3, 183:19,          122:8, 122:24,          cross-examination
 135:19, 135:22,          173:15, 173:16,          183:24, 184:2,          123:5, 123:9,            [14] - 21:12, 42:2,
 139:5, 141:13,           181:10, 184:4,           184:15, 185:9,          123:12, 126:12,          44:18, 44:23, 65:17,
 144:19, 147:16,          186:10, 206:7,           185:12, 186:9,          129:9, 132:13,           107:19, 108:4,
 148:4, 150:14,           211:18, 225:23,          186:15, 186:19,         137:13, 140:13,          108:14, 108:22,
 161:2, 164:23,           226:6, 233:2             187:7, 187:9,           153:11, 156:25,          120:23, 142:7,
 174:17, 196:1,          course [2] - 124:9,       187:14, 187:16,         190:15, 190:16,          173:1, 220:22,
 196:20, 198:18,          166:13                   187:21, 188:2,          192:15, 194:14,          225:18
 198:19, 201:14,         court [7] - 35:22,        188:5, 188:7,           228:21, 228:25,         cross-examine [7] -
 202:7, 207:24,           35:25, 51:9, 123:24,     188:10, 192:1,          229:3, 230:1, 230:9,     58:19, 59:2, 68:14,
 208:14, 219:23,          188:25, 195:3,           192:7, 192:22,          230:15, 231:16,          68:15, 108:20,
 221:25, 222:2            196:11                   193:4, 193:7,           231:21, 232:10,          192:3, 194:18
correctly [4] - 18:14,   COURT [214] - 1:1,        193:15, 193:19,         235:4                   crowd [1] - 227:13
 19:6, 19:15, 182:19      4:12, 4:21, 5:1, 5:5,    193:21, 193:25,        Court's [5] - 20:25,     crowds [1] - 190:20
corresponding [1] -       5:9, 5:12, 5:14, 5:17,   194:2, 194:5, 194:9,    40:12, 154:5,           crush [1] - 61:12
 231:3                    21:2, 21:11, 23:5,       194:11, 194:13,         183:17, 185:7           crying [2] - 64:25,
corrosive [1] - 12:7      23:9, 23:11, 23:13,      194:16, 194:21,        Court-related [1] -       105:4
cost [2] - 60:8, 60:10    23:17, 40:13, 42:2,      195:2, 195:5, 195:7,    123:12                  cup [1] - 74:3
Cottonwood [11] -         42:5, 44:1, 44:4,        203:18, 209:20,        courtroom [8] - 56:20,   curious [1] - 165:19
 50:22, 92:22, 99:1,      44:6, 44:9, 44:12,       209:23, 210:2,          72:1, 83:17, 96:22,     current [8] - 24:10,
 99:6, 121:5, 142:15,     44:15, 44:21, 44:25,     210:5, 210:7,           148:3, 152:16,           52:25, 78:11, 79:25,
 142:18, 143:3,           46:6, 49:22, 49:24,      210:25, 211:2,          193:19, 193:20           100:18, 113:4,
 144:21, 189:23           50:1, 50:3, 50:7,        211:6, 215:20,         cover [6] - 9:17,         160:6, 160:9
counsel [21] - 5:17,      58:14, 58:17, 58:21,     215:23, 216:1,          163:24, 163:25,         curve [1] - 35:11
 23:13, 23:17, 70:25,     58:25, 59:4, 65:17,      217:7, 217:12,          178:19, 190:3,          custodian [1] - 152:5
 71:4, 114:22, 122:5,     68:3, 68:9, 68:12,       219:9, 220:25,          226:21                  customers [8] -
 122:10, 151:19,          68:14, 68:19, 68:23,     221:3, 221:8,          covering [1] - 173:20     109:10, 162:21,
 151:20, 153:16,          70:22, 70:24, 70:25,     221:11, 221:13,        covers [1] - 192:17       176:20, 176:23,
 153:22, 155:16,          71:4, 89:13, 107:16,     221:16, 222:9,         cow [2] - 158:17,         189:20, 189:21,
 157:2, 172:25,           107:21, 107:24,          222:13, 222:17,         160:5                    189:24, 228:7
 183:24, 185:6,           108:13, 108:19,          222:22, 223:6,         cowboy [1] - 166:3       cut [1] - 172:8
 210:7, 211:8, 216:1,     108:22, 110:10,          223:8, 225:14,         crash [1] - 74:22        cycle [1] - 147:8
 217:7                    110:12, 110:20,          225:16, 227:21,        cravings [1] - 106:13
Counsel [2] - 50:7,       111:3, 111:6,            227:24, 228:2,         crazy [3] - 14:16,
 59:6                     112:15, 113:15,          228:8, 228:10,                                             D
                                                                           120:14, 190:20
count [1] - 211:15        114:19, 114:21,          228:13, 229:10,        create [3] - 30:23,
counter [4] - 174:24,     120:21, 121:16,          229:13, 230:4,          41:1, 87:15             D.O.s [2] - 131:19,
 174:25, 175:1, 212:1     121:18, 121:23,          230:9, 230:13,                                   134:15
                                                                          created [2] - 11:23,
counters [1] - 207:12     122:2, 122:5, 122:7,     230:18, 230:21,                                 dad [2] - 104:13,
                                                                           98:2
                          122:10, 142:7,           231:2, 231:6, 231:8,                             105:17
countless [1] - 178:25                                                    creating [2] - 33:20,
                          144:5, 146:23,           231:11, 231:14,                                 dad's [5] - 88:12,
country [3] - 8:12,                                                        34:17
                          150:2, 150:7,            231:18, 231:21,                                  102:7, 102:9,
 159:10, 224:16                                                           credible [1] - 140:23
                          151:14, 151:16,          231:24, 232:3,                                   102:11, 105:11
counts [1] - 124:6                                                        Creek [3] - 83:13,
                          151:18, 151:25,          232:6, 232:11,                                  daily [1] - 27:11
county [4] - 41:22,                                                        91:20, 163:4
                                          M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                   Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                  7

Dalton [6] - 99:24,        DEA [1] - 170:5         defendant [5] - 4:16,      105:17, 123:10,            10:6, 15:24, 17:6,
 100:1, 100:3, 100:7,      deal [11] - 17:14,       155:5, 156:7,             129:18, 132:16             19:20, 51:21
 100:9, 100:12              67:18, 117:2,           156:21, 232:16           detention [40] - 63:7,     difficulties [1] - 16:8
damage [1] - 131:6          123:21, 125:1,         Defendants [1] - 1:12      63:14, 71:25, 72:10,      difficulty [1] - 36:23
danger [4] - 12:20,         132:24, 135:15,        defendants [5] - 4:14,     73:8, 73:14, 75:6,        dipped [1] - 41:8
 12:21, 34:18, 190:9        159:24, 162:10,         155:20, 192:13,           80:1, 80:3, 80:9,         Direct [1] - 173:3
dangerous [5] - 9:7,        180:16, 185:14          228:19, 229:8             81:2, 84:8, 84:20,        direct [6] - 116:20,
 12:13, 36:9, 225:6,       dealing [8] - 29:24,    defending [1] - 224:23     84:21, 84:25, 85:13,       173:2, 173:4, 184:3,
 229:16                     120:5, 132:21,         define [1] - 219:18        85:16, 85:19, 96:2,        184:9, 194:17
dangers [1] - 11:2          136:3, 136:20,         definitely [5] - 17:2,     100:20, 104:25,           direct-exam [1] -
dark [2] - 90:9, 90:10      137:16, 144:21,         17:18, 18:23, 21:8,       105:1, 106:6, 124:1,       116:20
data [3] - 11:6, 16:2,      186:7                   172:3                     124:3, 124:11,            Direct-examination
 17:15                     deals [1] - 117:7       definition [1] - 229:22    124:15, 129:5,             [1] - 173:3
date [11] - 57:4, 63:1,    dealt [1] - 132:3       delay [2] - 20:20,         129:13, 129:16,           direct-examination
 69:18, 73:3, 98:11,       death [3] - 148:13,      20:23                     130:5, 131:11,             [4] - 173:4, 184:3,
 98:14, 198:22,             188:20, 188:25         delays [1] - 20:19         133:1, 134:5,              184:9, 194:17
 216:15, 216:20,           deaths [1] - 16:3       delinquency [3] -          134:10, 138:25,           directly [7] - 13:10,
 216:21, 219:16            December [2] - 123:5,    113:11, 146:12,           145:4, 145:11,             93:9, 115:23,
DATED [1] - 235:8           137:15                  189:11                    147:6, 150:22              115:25, 117:24,
daughter [3] - 111:12,     decent [1] - 21:21      delirium [2] - 12:17,     determine [4] - 37:14,      120:5, 223:1
 111:17, 203:8             decide [1] - 232:8       20:2                      38:21, 206:1, 217:10      director [7] - 6:16,
Dave [1] - 146:2           decided [2] - 61:7,     delusional [1] - 29:18    determined [4] - 35:7,      6:17, 6:19, 7:5,
David [5] - 159:3,          158:10                 delusions [1] - 14:4       36:19, 43:11, 106:24       122:24, 123:1, 123:2
 159:4, 159:9, 159:18      decision [5] - 72:16,   dent [1] - 140:1          determines [1] - 206:3     disagree [4] - 58:18,
                            107:3, 225:10,         deny [3] - 181:20,        detox [6] - 73:23,          58:25, 68:16, 190:17
                            230:2, 231:21           190:6, 221:25             74:5, 74:10, 75:5,        disappeared [2] -
                           declare [1] - 190:15    department [4] - 7:5,      105:21, 131:23             165:4, 166:1
                           declared [1] - 34:14     19:25, 20:22, 131:10     devastating [1] -          disappointment [1] -
                           decline [1] - 126:15    Department [3] - 24:4,     133:25                     104:19
                           Deed [1] - 3:19          24:7, 24:10              develop [2] - 98:7,        disaster [1] - 159:6
                           deed [42] - 56:9,       depressed [4] - 80:19,     186:3                     discount [3] - 92:14,
                            59:25, 60:1, 60:2,      91:3, 91:7, 105:7        Devil [3] - 48:15,          92:19, 93:8
                            60:4, 60:23, 69:3,     Deputy [1] - 4:4           48:16, 48:18              discretion [1] - 144:7
                            96:12, 96:17,          describe [10] - 12:17,    diagnose [2] - 17:16,      discuss [1] - 136:24
                            111:20, 111:23,         24:14, 25:14, 27:3,       19:20                     discussion [6] -
                            112:10, 112:20,         51:11, 89:17,            diagnostics [1] - 10:3      40:14, 154:21,
                            112:23, 118:1,          176:16, 178:22,          diamonds [1] - 55:20        183:20, 185:10,
                            118:14, 119:8,          180:2, 188:17            die [4] - 22:10, 46:2,      187:17, 210:6
                            119:11, 156:6,         described [5] - 18:12,     100:5, 136:11             discussions [3] -
DAY [1] - 1:18              179:23, 180:6,          19:7, 31:2, 34:20,       died [10] - 22:17, 45:5,    133:12, 134:24,
days [32] - 14:3, 14:6,     180:7, 180:9,           83:18                     45:9, 45:11, 45:17,        136:25
 38:13, 64:15, 74:6,        198:17, 201:23,        describing [3] - 32:24,    99:18, 100:6,             dish [2] - 164:1, 226:5
 80:6, 85:2, 88:3,          202:3, 202:14,          188:15, 188:19            152:17, 159:18,           dismissal [1] - 4:24
 88:18, 90:23,              202:25, 203:4,         designer [2] - 7:17,       189:1                     disobedient [1] - 53:9
 100:22, 102:2,             214:8, 214:13,          127:5                    difference [5] - 11:12,    displayed [1] - 174:21
 103:12, 103:21,            214:14, 214:20,        desk [1] - 152:10          28:25, 75:23, 97:21,      disprove [1] - 61:14
 104:6, 105:24,             214:22, 214:25,        destroying [1] -           142:16                    dissolves [2] - 12:7,
 119:16, 119:21,            215:3, 215:15,          218:20                   differences [2] - 16:9,     12:11
 124:17, 124:18,            216:7, 216:9,          detail [2] - 12:18,        46:19                     distress [2] - 64:20,
 124:19, 138:18,            216:10, 217:2, 217:9    185:24                   different [28] - 14:20,     93:16
 159:5, 173:11,            deeds [14] - 56:4,      detain [1] - 30:6          14:23, 28:7, 29:10,       distributor [1] -
 173:12, 173:13,            59:17, 60:25, 62:18,   detected [1] - 129:3       46:22, 47:19, 77:4,        191:10
 176:16, 188:13,            96:6, 96:11, 97:7,     detecting [1] - 128:18     77:5, 77:7, 78:2,         distributors [1] -
 205:24, 205:25,            97:17, 117:5,                                     94:21, 97:25, 115:7,       171:15
                                                   detective [1] - 45:2
 211:18, 226:8              117:22, 117:23,                                   126:6, 143:14,            diversion [1] - 123:23
                                                   detectives [1] - 35:18
dba [2] - 1:10, 4:5         118:8, 118:12,                                    147:24, 152:19,
                                                   Detention [19] - 51:8,                               divert [1] - 130:23
DC [1] - 7:1                118:17                                            160:7, 168:4,
                                                    52:4, 52:10, 53:1,                                  DO [1] - 134:19
DE [4] - 2:6, 5:16, 6:3,   deer [1] - 160:4                                   168:10, 175:19,
                                                    65:9, 65:12, 71:20,                                 Doctor [2] - 21:4,
 23:16                     defend [2] - 222:20,                               175:21, 176:1,
                                                    71:21, 72:7, 73:4,                                   33:23
de [3] - 6:3, 29:14,        222:21                                            176:3, 196:12,
                                                    74:9, 78:11, 87:16,                                 doctor [7] - 6:4, 6:5,
 33:23                     Defendant [1] - 4:5                                211:23
                                                    100:18, 105:10,                                      6:7, 21:23, 129:22,
                                                                             difficult [6] - 10:4,
                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                        8

 133:9                      draw [1] - 39:17           132:22, 132:23,           Ecstasy [2] - 52:1,          110:8, 115:16,
DOCTOR [1] - 5:16           drawer [2] - 96:13,        133:11, 133:16,            66:8                        115:21, 120:7,
doctors [2] - 188:13,        96:16                     134:1, 134:22,            EDGAR [3] - 1:24,            123:13, 131:15,
 188:14                     draws [1] - 39:11          134:25, 135:1,             235:4, 235:14               141:23, 173:14,
document [2] -              DRE [2] - 36:17, 36:18     135:5, 135:7, 136:4,      educate [1] - 25:4           173:16, 173:20
 155:18, 156:6              DREs [1] - 36:20           136:13, 136:21,           educated [1] - 6:24         employment [2] -
documents [6] -             dresser [4] - 69:24,       137:2, 138:23,            education [1] - 15:5         25:25, 122:23
 96:11, 96:16, 96:24,        102:19, 102:20            139:13, 140:18,           effect [17] - 13:19,        end [14] - 10:1, 36:7,
 97:2, 97:13, 151:22        drew [1] - 138:20          140:24, 141:21,            14:11, 14:12, 16:25,        51:18, 51:20, 73:5,
documents................   dried [1] - 41:7           142:3, 144:17,             19:17, 19:24, 29:9,         77:9, 85:14, 88:4,
 ....152 [1] - 3:25         drive [1] - 92:2           145:16, 145:19,            29:10, 30:14, 34:17,        99:17, 133:8, 149:7,
dog [2] - 89:21             driver [10] - 33:10,       145:20, 148:8,             41:9, 46:19, 48:14,         154:22, 158:18,
dollar [1] - 118:23          35:19, 36:19, 36:21,      148:15, 149:19,            49:16, 78:2, 128:4,         222:20
dollars [2] - 33:13,         39:1, 39:12, 39:25,       151:8, 152:3,              141:11                     ended [5] - 81:1,
 95:20                       45:13, 45:19, 188:17      152:14, 218:14,           effected [1] - 123:18        106:2, 201:4,
domestic [1] - 125:6        drivers [1] - 38:5         218:19, 227:6,            effective [4] - 19:12,       202:23, 214:9
Don's [2] - 121:4,          driving [4] - 36:8,        229:17, 230:1              28:6, 28:13, 32:14         energy [4] - 74:21,
 168:20                      37:19, 37:20, 56:15      drums [1] - 220:15         effects [35] - 8:24, 9:1,    76:21, 78:7, 79:22
done [13] - 39:11,          drove [4] - 79:1,         dry [2] - 41:5, 41:6        9:2, 11:17, 12:14,         enforce [1] - 189:14
 59:12, 66:11, 68:18,        105:13, 105:17,          DSAT [6] - 63:12,           13:17, 14:1, 14:20,        enforcement [3] -
 137:9, 138:11,              158:16                    80:3, 84:24, 85:1,         16:3, 17:22, 18:3,          113:3, 137:17,
 151:16, 151:17,            drug [32] - 9:15, 9:17,    124:6, 124:7               19:10, 25:24, 27:14,        137:24
 153:8, 195:17,              17:14, 18:18, 18:25,     duck [1] - 90:1             29:12, 31:7, 33:25,        enforcing [1] - 40:9
 217:8, 235:6                19:9, 25:18, 25:19,      due [1] - 99:19             34:1, 38:9, 38:10,         enraged [1] - 22:2
door [7] - 35:9, 109:4,      25:22, 27:20, 28:15,     duly [14] - 5:21, 23:15,    57:14, 57:23, 76:22,       ensure [1] - 49:15
 113:21, 113:22,             29:25, 34:3, 36:6,        23:21, 50:5, 50:10,        77:7, 78:3, 80:11,         entail [1] - 24:14
 114:2, 166:20,              36:17, 36:20, 37:12,      71:2, 71:8, 122:8,         80:13, 88:14, 90:25,       enter [3] - 109:7,
 207:24                      42:19, 51:22, 57:14,      122:14, 145:25,            132:2, 133:25,              166:21, 186:12
dosage [3] - 48:7,           63:11, 78:17, 106:5,      156:25, 157:8,             176:11, 177:7,             entire [2] - 148:22,
 48:13, 49:2                 126:16, 129:11,           194:14, 195:10             188:15, 225:6               158:13
dosaging [1] - 49:8          143:18, 143:22,          dumb [2] - 166:2,          effort [1] - 27:16          entirely [1] - 224:24
dots [1] - 88:23             149:5, 187:11,            166:3                     efforts [1] - 26:25         epidemic [1] - 137:16
doubt [9] - 141:19,          223:14, 229:22           during [16] - 20:12,       eight [2] - 167:10,         equipment [3] -
 141:24, 142:4,             drug-induced [1] -         35:18, 51:20, 73:5,        217:19                      160:17, 220:12,
 152:14, 164:11,             29:25                     74:16, 74:24, 84:22,      either [11] - 13:5,          220:13
 172:10, 177:16,            drugs [109] - 7:17,        91:2, 106:1, 114:14,       32:19, 42:12, 46:2,        equipped [4] - 132:16,
 177:17, 177:18              8:22, 8:23, 9:2, 9:14,    115:7, 115:12,             97:25, 110:8, 125:4,        132:17, 132:24,
down [36] - 9:19,            9:16, 9:18, 10:2,         116:3, 129:19,             162:1, 163:12,              134:21
 18:19, 20:6, 23:11,         11:17, 13:17, 13:19,      159:5, 184:20              165:16                     ER [4] - 7:7, 7:12, 9:4,
 44:19, 47:23, 49:22,        13:23, 13:25, 15:21,     duties [3] - 7:4, 24:14,   elaborate [1] - 28:24        11:18
 53:19, 66:13, 66:14,        19:3, 19:14, 19:16,       24:24                     elected [1] - 145:25        erratic [5] - 29:24,
 66:22, 69:18, 70:24,        20:1, 22:9, 22:11,       duty [1] - 161:7           election [1] - 147:8         33:23, 34:6, 36:12,
 74:22, 78:6, 91:4,          24:25, 25:6, 25:21,      dying [4] - 58:2,          elections [2] - 147:20,      38:5
 95:6, 103:4, 104:9,         25:23, 25:24, 27:21,      172:9, 225:4               147:21                     erratically [1] - 36:8
 105:7, 121:23,              34:12, 34:17, 36:21,     dysrhythmias [2] -         electric [1] - 220:14       ERs [1] - 9:6
 129:21, 140:14,             39:15, 46:12, 46:13,      11:6, 11:10               electricity [1] - 30:15     especially [2] - 15:9,
 150:2, 151:18,              46:19, 46:20, 51:16,                                elevated [6] - 10:25,        26:2
 159:14, 168:16,             51:19, 51:24, 57:22,                E                11:1, 11:3, 11:13,         essentially [2] - 177:8,
 171:12, 192:2,              59:9, 61:15, 62:2,                                   11:16, 11:20                230:15
 195:3, 215:22,              62:19, 63:6, 66:1,                                  elk [1] - 160:4             established [1] -
                                                      E.R [1] - 20:7
 217:24, 222:9,              69:4, 69:8, 75:10,                                  embark [1] - 137:6           151:6
                                                      early [2] - 27:4, 170:10
 225:10, 225:12,             75:17, 76:6, 94:8,                                  emergency [14] - 6:6,       et [5] - 1:10, 1:11,
                             94:17, 95:2, 95:9,       earn [1] - 159:22
 228:9                                                                            7:1, 7:5, 9:12, 10:15,      4:13, 107:25
                             95:18, 98:13, 99:7,      earphones [1] - 56:24
downstream [1] -                                                                  15:9, 15:10, 15:11,        evening [1] - 154:15
                             99:9, 99:20, 101:11,     earrings [1] - 55:20
 13:17                                                                            17:17, 19:25, 20:21,       event [1] - 4:25
                             101:23, 104:1,           easier [3] - 222:24,
DPS [2] - 29:20, 39:17                                                            27:5, 141:1, 188:13        eventually [2] - 88:19,
                             120:17, 125:4,            222:25, 223:2
dr [1] - 6:1                                                                     employed [3] - 123:3,        103:19
                             125:22, 125:25,          easy [1] - 171:18
Dr [1] - 29:14                                                                    123:4, 204:7               everyday [6] - 117:20,
                             126:7, 126:8, 127:2,     eat [3] - 53:17, 78:5
Dragon [5] - 175:7,                                                              employee [2] - 109:21,       144:15, 205:1,
                             127:5, 127:7,            eating [1] - 159:10
 175:10, 175:11,                                                                  121:9                       205:8, 225:5, 225:6
 176:1, 176:4                127:20, 131:22,          eats [1] - 12:6
                                                                                 employees [10] -            everywhere [4] - 87:2,
                             132:3, 132:20,           economy [1] - 224:6

                                             M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                      Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                             9

 87:3, 206:18, 225:7       192:10                   extra [3] - 113:5,           229:20                     Fields........................
evidence [7] - 151:22,    excused [2] - 122:1,       113:7, 231:19             fast [6] - 32:13, 54:4,        .....................5 [1] -
 152:21, 153:12,           122:2                    extreme [11] - 10:18,        197:6, 197:7,                2:7
 186:3, 192:8,            Exhibit [20] - 3:19,       14:4, 31:3, 33:25,          223:15, 224:12             Fields........................
 192:15, 193:5             3:21, 3:23, 3:25,         34:1, 40:5, 43:8,         faster [2] - 10:25, 98:3       ....................24 [1] -
Evidence [1] - 151:23      151:24, 152:1,            78:7, 129:17,             fatal [1] - 24:21              2:11
evidently [1] - 178:19     152:7, 152:12,            135:24, 135:25            fatality [3] - 35:1, 35:6,   Fields........................
evolution [1] - 223:14     152:23, 152:25,          extremely [6] - 36:8,        37:25                        ....................46 [1] -
evolve [1] - 224:14        153:12, 153:14,           36:12, 79:24, 88:16,      father [4] - 64:13,            2:13
evolved [1] - 225:7        153:19, 155:13,           98:24, 104:16               65:7, 72:24, 118:2         Fields........................
Ex [2] - 231:1, 231:11     155:15, 155:18,          Exuberance [1] -           father's [1] - 64:23           ...................157 [1] -
exact [6] - 16:3, 32:3,    155:23, 156:1,            229:20                    fault [9] - 35:19, 39:1,       3:8
 48:17, 57:4, 91:19,       156:5, 156:10            eye [1] - 168:19             39:12, 224:19,             fifth [1] - 126:6
 94:24                    exhibit [10] - 152:4,     eyes [6] - 54:1, 87:7,       224:20, 224:21             Fifth [1] - 187:19
exactly [10] - 8:5,        152:9, 152:20,            93:20, 93:21, 177:6       favorite [1] - 98:7          fighting [2] - 30:17,
 15:24, 15:25, 17:21,      152:25, 153:6,                                      features [1] - 11:12           61:20
 139:10, 144:2,            153:16, 154:8,                      F               February [2] - 85:18,        figure [6] - 22:25,
 144:10, 190:2,            154:13, 154:18,                                       140:25                       42:24, 90:10,
 190:13, 226:13            156:15                                              Fed [1] - 231:1                127:14, 131:1,
                          exhibited [4] - 16:8,     fabrication [1] - 58:16
exam [1] - 116:20                                                              fed [1] - 43:20                154:15
                           37:18, 37:19, 129:12     face [4] - 89:25,
examination [19] -                                                             Federal [6] - 27:4,          figured [2] - 81:21,
                          exhibiting [5] - 12:17,     124:22, 130:1,
 21:12, 42:2, 44:18,                                                             48:23, 170:5, 213:5,         127:11
                           13:15, 14:3, 18:21,        181:11
 44:23, 65:17,                                                                   231:11                     file [2] - 228:19,
                           126:22                   Face [3] - 151:9,
 107:19, 108:4,                                                                feed [2] - 151:5,              231:15
                          exhibits [1] - 154:7        151:11, 151:12
 108:14, 108:22,                                                                 159:24                     filed [5] - 3:19, 35:24,
 120:23, 142:7,           exist [1] - 189:14        faced [2] - 85:6, 85:8
                                                                               fell [2] - 160:17, 161:4       38:14, 62:21, 228:21
 173:1, 173:3, 173:4,     expect [2] - 48:17,       faces [1] - 130:1
                                                                               fellow [1] - 163:4           final [1] - 232:4
 184:3, 184:9,             48:20                    facility [3] - 124:2,
                                                                               felt [16] - 76:18, 79:23,    finally [2] - 168:16,
 194:17, 220:22,          expense [2] - 40:5,         181:8, 183:9
                                                                                 85:5, 88:17, 88:19,          225:19
 225:18                    40:8                     facing [2] - 11:3,
                                                                                 89:3, 103:10, 104:7,       fine [6] - 14:15, 132:6,
examine [7] - 58:19,      expensive [3] - 9:18,       144:17
                                                                                 104:8, 104:16,               174:15, 206:4,
 59:2, 68:14, 68:15,       95:13, 126:24            fact [16] - 25:4, 27:16,
                                                                                 104:18, 138:17,              232:17
 108:20, 192:3,           experience [17] - 6:24,     31:24, 48:4, 51:9,
                                                                                 149:9                      finish [5] - 44:17,
 194:18                    11:7, 11:15, 13:4,         92:19, 114:5,
                                                                               Felt [1] - 229:20              68:15, 184:16,
examined [7] - 5:22,       14:9, 25:14, 29:13,        118:13, 129:14,
                                                                               fence [1] - 217:25             194:19, 227:22
 23:22, 50:11, 71:9,       30:24, 32:24, 33:2,        131:4, 141:5,
                                                                               few [7] - 45:2, 63:13,       finished [4] - 5:5, 5:6,
 122:15, 157:9,            37:17, 46:18, 47:24,       143:25, 177:11,
                                                                                 159:5, 193:22,               68:20, 192:14
 195:11                    48:1, 107:9, 141:9,        196:24, 200:18,
                                                                                 200:15, 200:16,            finishing [1] - 7:2
examiner [2] - 22:15,      145:18                     202:1
                                                                                 224:7                      first [55] - 5:21, 9:10,
 22:18                    experienced [2] -         failed [1] - 155:20
                                                                               fide [1] - 226:12              16:18, 23:21, 26:4,
example [4] - 13:21,       107:5, 148:23            fair [12] - 9:4, 9:24,
                                                                               field [2] - 15:6, 36:18        26:8, 27:24, 37:24,
 48:15, 125:11,           experiencing [4] -          10:5, 10:19, 24:24,
                                                                               fields [2] - 47:10,            50:10, 53:7, 65:23,
 125:13                    18:2, 74:17, 88:15,        25:3, 26:22, 26:23,
                                                                                 185:12                       66:3, 71:8, 73:13,
examples [1] - 13:22       176:12                     34:18, 106:21,
                                                                               Fields [5] - 40:15,            74:9, 76:5, 76:18,
exceeds [1] - 220:21      experimented [1] -          126:9, 133:14
                                                                                 49:24, 183:21,               79:8, 79:14, 79:15,
except [3] - 8:21,         145:19                   fairly [1] - 231:1
                                                                                 185:11, 187:3                80:8, 80:14, 81:1,
 76:20                    expert [1] - 36:17        faith [1] - 102:7
                                                                               FIELDS [35] - 4:3,             90:22, 95:1, 96:2,
exception [1] - 222:3     expertise [1] - 130:24    fall [3] - 27:14, 29:11,
                                                                                 5:18, 5:25, 20:25,           99:3, 103:2, 103:19,
excess [1] - 11:21        expiration [1] - 229:1      32:9
                                                                                 21:3, 21:9, 23:10,           104:13, 104:16,
exchange [8] - 59:9,      explain [5] - 13:12,      familiar [8] - 7:19,
                                                                                 23:14, 23:18, 23:25,         105:20, 115:1,
 62:19, 94:17, 98:13,      54:14, 164:9,              7:22, 8:24, 24:25,
                                                                                 40:12, 40:16, 41:25,         116:15, 122:14,
 112:24, 117:1,            170:16, 178:21             25:10, 27:20, 30:9,
                                                                                 46:7, 46:10, 47:11,          125:25, 126:12,
 118:20, 215:15           explode [2] - 26:17,        78:14
                                                                                 47:14, 47:17, 49:21,         147:4, 151:23,
exchanged [2] -            134:7                    family [3] - 50:23,                                       155:12, 157:8,
                                                                                 49:25, 68:2, 68:8,
 117:23, 118:17           explore [1] - 9:10          101:20, 146:17                                          162:2, 162:3,
                                                                                 111:2, 157:4,
exchanging [2] -          explosion [2] - 26:1,     far [15] - 6:24, 7:5,                                     163:14, 164:13,
                                                                                 157:12, 172:21,
 198:3, 216:16             26:3                       25:6, 28:17, 91:23,                                     167:9, 167:13,
                                                                                 173:2, 173:4,
excluded [1] - 74:5       expressing [1] - 108:5      149:24, 167:7,                                          182:24, 190:3,
                                                                                 183:22, 185:7,
                          extend [1] - 228:23         170:7, 184:17,                                          192:19, 194:7,
excruciating [1] -                                                               185:13, 188:8,
                                                      188:9, 190:4, 212:8,                                    195:10, 223:3,
 88:22                    extended [2] - 229:5,                                  188:11, 191:25,
                                                      214:10, 220:5, 225:6                                    228:13
excuse [2] - 48:9,         229:6                                                 230:24
                                                    Fast [2] - 229:18,

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                   10

firsthand [2] - 145:3,     forty-two [1] - 85:2        funded [1] - 17:10         grabs [1] - 130:14          10:20, 29:16, 54:6,
  145:8                    forward [2] - 197:6,        funds [1] - 137:20         gram [1] - 92:12            54:7, 89:15, 90:12,
fit [1] - 28:7               197:7                                                grams [3] - 175:16,         90:17
five [23] - 16:17, 18:9,   Fossil [2] - 83:13,                    G                175:17                    hallway [1] - 32:24
  18:12, 19:1, 20:8,         91:20                                                grandma [1] - 201:10       hand [1] - 148:6
  20:13, 31:3, 31:5,       foundation [1] - 111:2                                 grandmother [3] -          handcuffs [1] - 30:18
  52:8, 103:22,                                        game [1] - 43:19                                      handle [4] - 16:25,
                           four [22] - 6:20, 6:21,                                 197:2, 197:4, 203:8
  103:23, 104:6,             7:14, 14:3, 14:6,         games [1] - 54:9                                       103:20, 108:6,
                                                                                  grandpa's [1] - 56:10
  105:23, 145:6,             16:17, 20:13, 32:7,       gas [1] - 115:4                                        194:16
                                                                                  grasp [1] - 130:2
  147:24, 151:7,             35:9, 38:25, 52:8,        gather [1] - 44:16                                    handled [1] - 132:1
                                                                                  gratuitous [1] -
  181:7, 181:23,             94:18, 95:22,             gears [1] - 31:11           121:19                    hands [4] - 7:10, 52:2,
  183:2, 183:3, 183:9,       103:22, 103:23,           general [3] - 8:6,         Great [2] - 15:22,          129:18, 216:17
  183:25, 221:7              104:6, 105:23,             124:8, 131:9               16:18                     hands-on [1] - 7:10
fix [6] - 93:12, 93:22,      116:22, 126:2,            generally [5] - 8:16,      great [2] - 162:10,        hang [3] - 99:4,
  93:23, 93:25, 143:9,       139:24, 165:2, 165:5       22:6, 30:22, 128:24,       185:23                     184:15, 209:20
  177:8                    four-door [1] - 35:9         182:5                     greatest [1] - 165:13      happy [2] - 53:18,
Flagstaff [14] - 33:3,     frame [1] - 213:2           generation [4] - 126:5,                                103:10
                                                                                  greatly [1] - 106:20
  39:2, 56:15, 64:4,       frankly [1] - 148:12         126:6, 143:18,                                       hard [8] - 16:2, 85:7,
                                                                                  ground [1] - 194:22
  64:10, 64:13, 64:15,     FREDERICK [1] -              143:22                                                126:25, 129:3,
                                                                                  group [5] - 8:17,
  65:6, 73:2, 83:7,          23:16                     generic [3] - 141:21,                                  197:5, 200:3,
                                                                                   32:15, 32:16, 35:12,
  87:25, 89:19,            Frederick [1] - 6:3          184:7                                                 211:19, 216:3
                                                                                   151:4
  102:15, 105:11           free [3] - 138:7,           generically [1] - 28:25                               harm [2] - 11:22,
                                                                                  guess [11] - 82:6,
flashing [1] - 90:15         224:25, 225:1             gentleman [4] -                                        30:23
                                                                                   111:19, 143:8,
flashlights [1] - 89:24    freely [1] - 155:8           147:25, 151:8,                                       harmful [2] - 41:16,
                                                                                   173:1, 177:3, 179:4,
flee [1] - 159:24          freeway [1] - 217:24         163:14, 165:18                                        61:14
                                                                                   181:21, 185:1,
flipped [1] - 58:4         frequently [2] - 16:16,     gentleman's [1] -           205:13, 219:7, 220:3      harming [2] - 30:3,
flow [2] - 161:8, 161:9      79:25                      165:19                                                57:22
                                                                                  guitar [16] - 200:23,
flown [2] - 35:15, 39:1    friend [10] - 85:9, 86:7,   gentlemen [1] -             201:1, 201:5, 201:6,      harpsichords [1] -
focus [2] - 42:19, 91:9      86:13, 158:19,             179:13                     201:8, 201:16,             220:15
focused [2] - 106:22,        158:24, 166:23,           GEORGE [2] - 23:15,         201:19, 201:20,           harsh [1] - 107:9
  131:12                     181:25, 182:1,             50:6                       201:21, 220:24,           Hashish [1] - 48:10
follow [4] - 24:17,          193:18, 196:15            George [2] - 2:10,          221:18, 221:19,           hated [2] - 105:5,
  24:20, 24:23, 208:8      friendly [1] - 79:24         24:3                       221:24                     105:7
follow-up [3] - 24:17,     friends [22] - 61:9,        Georgetown [1] - 6:25      guitars [7] - 162:17,      Haul [1] - 33:7
  24:20, 24:23               76:10, 78:21, 78:23,      gibberish [1] - 36:13       220:11, 220:14,           Hawaiian [4] - 4:13,
followed [1] - 36:11         78:25, 79:5, 82:12,       giddy [2] - 164:4,          220:15, 220:19,            107:25, 168:20,
follows [7] - 5:22,          86:20, 92:8, 94:6,         226:7                      224:5                      172:24
  23:22, 50:11, 71:9,        96:15, 98:24, 100:2,      girlfriend's [1] - 159:7   gums [1] - 88:23           HAWAIIAN [2] - 1:10,
  122:15, 157:9,             109:25, 115:11,           given [5] - 124:2,         guy [3] - 159:2,            1:10
  195:11                     146:18, 159:19,            147:4, 171:24,             181:11, 208:17            hazard [3] - 141:17,
FOR [3] - 1:2, 1:18,         203:9, 203:11,             184:17, 187:24            Guy [3] - 159:3,            141:22, 189:18
  1:23                       203:14, 204:17,           gladly [1] - 199:11         168:12, 168:17            hazards [2] - 188:19,
forbidden [1] - 191:14       204:20                    Glass [1] - 229:19         guys [5] - 164:8,           188:21
Force [2] - 26:11,         frightening [2] -           glass [1] - 163:9           171:7, 171:8,             hazy [1] - 201:4
  26:13                      107:1, 136:14             glasses [2] - 164:6,        171:10, 218:4             head [13] - 90:3,
force [2] - 30:6, 43:6     front [16] - 38:19,          226:6                     gym [1] - 86:11             109:17, 110:3,
foregoing [1] - 235:5        61:8, 66:16, 69:9,        God [1] - 149:14                                       123:20, 124:13,
                                                       Gold [4] - 93:5, 93:6,
Forest [1] - 69:11           69:10, 85:6, 109:3,                                             H                129:1, 132:11,
forget [1] - 219:17          152:10, 179:12,            98:5, 98:9                                            134:19, 136:7,
forgot [1] - 96:14           182:5, 197:8, 197:9,      gold [5] - 95:5, 95:12,                                143:14, 144:3,
                             199:16, 199:22,            95:17, 111:25, 112:7      half [23] - 18:11,          159:11, 162:9
form [7] - 49:19,
                             200:20                    goods [2] - 63:6,           26:12, 26:16, 42:22,      headed [4] - 33:13,
  108:8, 132:15,
                           fruit [1] - 41:5             213:18                     52:16, 73:20, 74:7,
  186:16, 228:16,                                                                                             35:13, 75:21, 101:18
                           full [10] - 6:1, 24:1,      government [4] -            74:8, 74:16, 74:24,
  228:19, 230:14                                                                                             heads [1] - 133:3
                             33:7, 50:17, 71:13,        17:10, 27:4, 48:23,        81:8, 84:21, 91:24,
formication [2] -                                                                                            health [12] - 21:7,
                             122:21, 123:14,            77:13                      92:25, 105:21,
  10:21, 11:24                                                                                                29:25, 37:21, 41:22,
                             157:15, 157:17,           government-funded           119:16, 119:20,
forms [1] - 26:19                                                                                             131:14, 141:17,
                             224:8                      [1] - 17:10                148:14, 172:18,
formula [1] - 22:23                                                                                           141:22, 188:19,
                           full-time [1] - 123:14      grab [1] - 102:18           195:16, 204:23,
Forrey [3] - 152:2,                                                                                           188:21, 189:18,
                           fun [1] - 80:25             grabbed [5] - 103:5,        205:7
  152:14, 190:10                                                                                              190:8
                           function [1] - 30:16         103:13, 103:14            hall [2] - 34:20, 136:10
forty [1] - 85:2                                                                                             hear [11] - 14:13, 40:6,
                                                                                  hallucinations [7] -

                                             M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                      Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                               11

 47:12, 47:15, 54:11,       77:5, 79:18, 79:20,       215:18, 217:11,           196:15, 197:5,              32:7, 32:12, 32:17,
 89:24, 129:14,             80:10, 81:14, 82:10,      220:21, 222:15,           197:22, 199:1,              32:20, 33:12, 34:13,
 159:19, 200:4,             82:16, 84:4, 85:21,       223:11, 228:12,           199:21, 200:12,             34:14, 39:15, 39:21,
 209:17, 209:21             86:25, 87:12, 88:5,       230:24, 232:17,           202:4, 202:15,              40:2, 43:13, 75:17,
heard [23] - 15:18,         90:24, 116:7,             232:24                    206:22, 219:24,             76:6, 77:2, 77:11,
 21:23, 30:10, 58:4,        116:10, 131:24,          HONORABLE [1] -            220:11, 222:12              77:14, 77:15, 77:17,
 78:23, 90:8, 91:11,        135:24, 167:5,            1:16                     human [12] - 8:6, 8:25,      101:22, 107:7,
 151:9, 160:7,              211:11, 212:9            hooked [7] - 78:17,        46:16, 81:24, 82:2,         135:16, 135:17,
 160:11, 164:19,           higher [2] - 98:2, 98:4    79:14, 79:15, 79:17,      82:3, 82:6, 82:8,           138:9, 141:3,
 164:20, 167:18,           highest [2] - 95:12,       80:15, 80:17, 81:10       144:1, 225:25,              164:22, 170:7,
 176:16, 177:1,             98:5                     hope [3] - 20:23,          226:2, 226:3                184:8, 184:21,
 188:13, 188:17,           highs [2] - 124:4,         144:8, 227:25            hundred [1] - 159:25         185:5, 187:4,
 189:6, 200:1,              149:12                   hoped [1] - 137:7         hunger [1] - 76:20           187:11, 191:18,
 210:20, 213:17,           highway [6] - 24:18,      hopes [1] - 106:10        hurt [10] - 130:10,          226:12, 227:3
 214:17, 224:16             24:20, 24:22, 33:5,      hoping [1] - 106:17        130:17, 132:25,           illicit [1] - 145:16
hearing [19] - 7:16,        33:9, 38:18              hopped [1] - 134:18        134:13, 148:12,           immediate [1] - 30:14
 18:14, 19:15, 74:24,      himself [1] - 156:22      horrible [2] - 149:23,     158:22, 224:10,           immediately [2] - 7:2,
 78:7, 91:1, 126:20,       hinder [1] - 17:16         189:6                     225:1, 227:4                100:17
 130:12, 131:3,            hippie [1] - 109:17       hospital [1] - 6:18       hurting [5] - 57:13,       impact [1] - 137:1
 132:9, 134:7,             history [4] - 11:7,       hospitalized [1] -         57:14, 58:1, 136:21,      impairment [1] - 38:2
 138:24, 172:19,            14:5, 16:5, 66:20         148:11                    218:19                    imply [1] - 49:7
 189:16, 190:15,           hit [9] - 32:20, 79:14,   hostile [1] - 199:23      husband [3] - 61:9,        important [1] - 15:6
 192:9, 193:8, 200:3,       79:15, 98:3, 106:23,     hour [6] - 35:10,          62:11, 64:12              impose [1] - 189:17
 209:24                     132:5, 149:7,             35:11, 38:24,            hydrated [1] - 74:4        impossible [1] - 133:1
heart [6] - 10:24, 11:3,    158:20, 158:21            104:24, 172:18           hypothetically [1] -       impression [1] - 37:7
 11:5, 11:9, 11:21,        Hoke [2] - 70:16,         hours [5] - 7:12,          49:6                      IN [2] - 1:1, 1:2
 20:16                      101:4                     133:7, 173:9,                                       inadvertency [1] -
Heather [2] - 38:20,       hold [2] - 69:19, 197:6    205:22, 206:1                        I                186:8
 38:23                     holds [1] - 25:19         house [8] - 60:24,                                   incense [8] - 8:5,
heavy [2] - 100:12,        holes [3] - 88:23,         88:12, 90:4, 90:6,                                    82:11, 82:13, 82:14,
 161:7                                                                         I-17 [2] - 36:6, 36:9
                            88:25, 91:1               91:23, 102:7, 102:9,                                  163:24, 190:4,
heavy-duty [1] - 161:7                                                         I.D.s [1] - 207:11
                           home [16] - 36:7,          102:11                                                226:5, 226:10
heck [1] - 130:3                                                               ID [7] - 109:20, 115:2,
                            53:11, 56:15, 60:7,      Howards [1] - 231:4                                  Incense [1] - 229:18
Heights [2] - 38:20,                                                             207:4, 207:5, 207:7,
                            60:16, 67:3, 105:13,     huffed [1] - 66:9                                    incident [5] - 35:24,
 38:23                                                                           207:9, 207:14
                            105:14, 154:18,          huffs [1] - 66:12                                      36:2, 38:8, 38:16,
held [6] - 40:14,                                                              idea [21] - 42:17,
                            154:20, 155:7,           hug [1] - 134:12                                       177:13
 136:10, 147:5,                                                                  42:23, 92:4, 94:21,
                            160:16, 176:14,          huge [6] - 26:1, 93:20,                              incidents [3] - 30:14,
 183:20, 185:10,                                                                 95:8, 95:11, 95:16,
                            190:1                     104:18, 139:8,                                        42:15, 151:7
 210:6                                                                           97:5, 105:25,
                           homes [1] - 226:21         139:14, 186:5                                       include [4] - 30:7,
hello [7] - 65:21,                                                               114:11, 123:17,
                           honesty [2] - 145:24,     hum [59] - 6:12, 6:22,                                 135:23, 184:7, 191:7
 65:22, 109:1,                                                                   124:2, 124:10,
                            146:22                    7:15, 22:10, 43:21,                                 including [1] - 192:13
 142:11, 142:12,                                                                 150:24, 162:20,
                           Honey [4] - 4:13,          57:20, 58:20, 65:8,                                 incorporated [1] -
 157:14, 203:23                                                                  203:10, 208:8,
                            107:25, 168:20,           107:20, 143:11,                                       162:13
help [8] - 36:14, 64:12,                                                         210:18, 215:19,
                            172:24                    143:12, 145:1,                                      increase [5] - 126:10,
 105:8, 106:18,                                                                  216:13, 216:14
                           HONEY [2] - 1:10,          158:15, 160:3,                                        126:20, 128:8,
 131:2, 159:1, 159:6,                                                          ideas [1] - 44:14
                            1:10                      160:15, 160:20,                                       129:6, 133:16
 210:1                                                                         identification [3] -
                           honk [1] - 61:14           161:24, 162:16,                                     incredibly [1] - 148:9
helped [1] - 160:1                                                               115:9, 115:14, 116:4
                           Honor [42] - 4:20,         163:8, 163:18,                                      incriminate [2] -
helping [1] - 142:1                                                            identified [4] - 150:12,
                            5:15, 5:18, 21:9,         165:11, 165:18,                                       184:12, 187:10
Herbal [1] - 229:19                                                              181:8, 182:24,
                            23:10, 23:18, 41:25,      166:25, 167:6,                                      Indian [4] - 179:24,
hereby [1] - 235:5                                                               183:10
                            58:13, 65:16, 70:23,      168:13, 168:24,                                       198:17, 201:23,
herein [9] - 5:21,                                                             identify [3] - 51:15,
                            71:5, 108:9, 112:13,      170:12, 170:23,                                       202:3
 23:21, 50:10, 71:8,                                                             131:25, 182:10
                            113:16, 114:17,           171:17, 173:19,                                     indicate [3] - 181:15,
 122:14, 157:8,                                                                identity [2] - 96:12,
                            120:20, 120:25,           176:2, 176:15,                                        181:22, 181:23
 195:10, 235:4, 235:6                                                            96:17
                            121:15, 121:25,           176:21, 177:25,                                     indicated [8] - 170:14,
heroin [2] - 132:19,                                                           illegal [56] - 8:13,
                            122:1, 150:1, 150:6,      178:21, 179:1,                                        177:4, 178:22,
 145:16                                                                          8:15, 8:18, 11:8,
                            151:21, 153:17,           180:2, 182:4, 182:7,                                  181:16, 183:6,
Hi [1] - 109:2                                                                   16:20, 16:21, 19:16,
                            155:17, 156:3,            182:10, 182:15,                                       187:3, 192:22
hide [1] - 54:10                                                                 24:25, 25:21, 27:1,
                            156:18, 157:5,            186:14, 186:18,                                     indicating [7] -
                                                                                 27:9, 27:12, 27:17,
hiding [1] - 66:5           172:4, 173:5, 188:8,      187:8, 187:13,                                        153:24, 154:4,
                                                                                 27:25, 28:17, 28:19,
high [23] - 53:18, 77:4,    192:6, 210:23,            192:21, 195:4,                                        154:22, 154:24,
                                                                                 29:6, 31:25, 32:4,

                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                12

  163:7, 181:7, 232:13    intend [2] - 102:14,         128:18, 129:17,             73:5, 73:6, 73:8,
indicating) [3] - 54:1,     192:8                      140:10, 149:4,              88:4, 102:10
  56:23, 154:19           intending [1] - 193:23       149:5, 188:3, 230:2,      jumped [2] - 124:17,
indication [2] - 48:13,   intensely [1] - 107:13       230:10                      124:20
  175:15                  intensive [2] - 20:3,      itching [2] - 93:21,        June [10] - 63:15,
individual [1] - 169:4      130:19                     177:6                       64:17, 88:2, 88:6,
individually [1] -        intention [3] - 101:16,    itchy [1] - 89:5              100:19, 101:7,
  132:1                     101:21, 101:22           items [6] - 33:10,            101:16, 101:22
induced [1] - 29:25       interdiction [1] - 36:6      109:12, 190:15,           junior [1] - 85:24
indulgence [4] -          interesting [1] - 90:14      214:6, 216:24, 232:3      justice [1] - 40:9
  20:25, 40:12,           internationally [1] -      itself [5] - 9:13, 30:22,   Juvenile [37] - 51:8,     kick [1] - 32:12
  183:17, 185:7             16:22                      41:11, 77:22, 135:3         52:4, 52:10, 63:5,      kicked [1] - 220:9
infected [1] - 12:12      Internet [3] - 165:17,     IV [1] - 20:11                65:9, 65:12, 71:21,     kid [14] - 87:6, 116:7,
infection [2] - 13:19,      167:21, 168:3                                          72:7, 73:4, 74:9,        116:10, 117:20,
  13:21                   interrelated [1] - 197:6               J                 78:11, 87:16, 98:18,     118:11, 124:15,
infections [3] - 11:25,   Interstate [1] - 33:6                                    105:10, 122:24,          131:11, 134:19,
  12:4, 13:18             interstates [2] - 24:17,                                 123:4, 123:9,            149:22, 189:13,
                                                     JACK [1] - 4:3                123:10, 123:12,          207:2, 211:5, 220:2,
inflicted [1] - 20:15       42:20
                                                     James [1] - 101:6             123:16, 124:23,          220:5
influence [9] - 29:16,    interview [1] - 35:19
                                                     January [4] - 136:23,         126:1, 126:13,          kids [146] - 57:19,
  33:22, 36:19, 36:22,    interviewed [1] -
                                                       137:3, 139:19               127:19, 129:18,          57:22, 58:2, 61:22,
  39:25, 74:11, 129:6,      138:11
                                                     javelina [2] - 54:8,          130:5, 130:9,            86:19, 86:24, 91:25,
  131:21, 177:7           interviews [2] -
                                                       90:3                        130:21, 133:18,          92:4, 107:5, 114:14,
information [2] -           138:13, 139:21
                                                     jeopardy [1] - 30:1           133:19, 136:2,           115:13, 123:15,
  151:3, 151:12           introduce [1] - 172:2
                                                     Jerome [2] - 35:8,            141:23, 148:19,          123:18, 123:21,
ingest [3] - 78:20,       introduced [2] -
                                                       35:13                       148:22, 148:23           123:22, 123:23,
  83:1, 84:15               163:15, 164:13
                                                     jewelry [52] - 55:14,       juvenile [3] - 181:4,      123:24, 124:3,
ingested [4] - 16:1,      intubate [1] - 20:6
                                                       56:13, 58:7, 59:8,          182:24, 196:7            124:5, 124:6, 124:7,
  17:21, 19:4, 82:21      inventories [1] - 39:4
                                                       59:12, 62:18, 67:13,      juveniles [13] -           124:8, 124:10,
ingestion [1] - 17:14     investigation [6] -
                                                       69:8, 94:8, 94:9,           126:22, 130:25,          124:21, 125:9,
inhalants [2] - 66:9,       24:20, 34:8, 35:7,
                                                       94:11, 94:12, 94:16,        145:15, 181:7,           125:11, 125:13,
  66:12                     35:18, 37:9, 38:22
                                                       94:22, 95:1, 95:4,          181:15, 181:22,          125:16, 126:17,
initiated [1] - 36:11     investigations [4] -
                                                       95:8, 95:13, 95:14,         183:7, 183:9,            127:4, 127:11,
inject [2] - 12:1, 12:8     24:12, 24:15, 24:17,
                                                       98:13, 110:25,              183:17, 190:9,           127:14, 127:16,
injected [1] - 82:23        35:4
                                                       111:5, 111:25,              196:3, 219:22, 222:4     128:1, 128:8,
injection [1] - 12:11     invoked [1] - 187:19
                                                       112:3, 112:7,             juvie [1] - 62:20          128:21, 129:2,
Injunction [10] -         involve [1] - 24:16          116:22, 117:1,            JWH-018 [3] - 163:17,      129:4, 129:6,
  192:11, 192:16,         involved [4] - 27:4,         117:4, 117:7, 117:8,        164:21, 226:8            129:12, 129:14,
  193:9, 228:17,            34:24, 167:11,             117:12, 117:14,                                      129:16, 129:20,
  228:20, 230:2,            167:13                     117:16, 117:17,                                      129:23, 129:25,
  230:14, 230:16,         involvement [2] -            117:20, 178:15,
                                                                                            K
                                                                                                            130:5, 130:7,
  231:25, 232:9             38:17, 70:15               178:18, 178:23,                                      130:11, 131:13,
INJUNCTION [1] -          involving [4] - 26:14,                                 K-o-r-t [1] - 6:3
                                                       179:20, 179:21,                                      132:7, 132:21,
  1:18                      38:3, 117:7, 142:17                                  K.C [4] - 165:21,
                                                       197:23, 198:1,                                       132:25, 133:2,
injured [2] - 45:16       irritable [1] - 53:9         198:2, 198:6, 198:7,       165:24, 165:25            134:24, 135:13,
injuries [3] - 35:16,     Island [3] - 3:21,           198:12, 200:6,            K.C.'s [1] - 165:22        135:15, 136:3,
  39:2, 39:3                155:19, 156:8              202:13, 213:24,           K2 [1] - 229:18            136:7, 136:21,
injury [1] - 38:19        isolate [1] - 73:11          214:2, 217:4, 217:5       Kansas [1] - 60:3          137:1, 137:8,
inmates [1] - 73:18       isolated [2] - 73:13,      job [5] - 34:22, 101:25,    keep [21] - 14:19,         137:21, 137:22,
inside [4] - 57:6,          143:10                     132:20, 207:6,             22:22, 25:5, 34:22,       137:25, 138:3,
  88:20, 89:21, 102:24    issue [11] - 29:25,          211:22                     73:18, 74:3, 74:4,        138:5, 138:12,
insidious [1] - 135:1       30:1, 51:18, 124:25,     John [1] - 35:16             90:23, 92:17,             138:15, 138:18,
instances [4] - 34:21,      125:7, 140:2,            journals [1] - 15:18         103:15, 104:11,           138:25, 139:2,
  34:23, 37:24, 42:21       152:19, 186:11,          Judge [15] - 70:17,          136:10, 136:17,           139:7, 139:11,
instantly [1] - 35:15       186:19, 217:9,             72:17, 78:1, 89:11,        168:19, 170:13,           139:14, 139:22,
instruct [1] - 110:14       217:10                     107:4, 107:15,             194:21, 211:3,            139:24, 139:25,
instruments [9] -         issued [1] - 191:3           111:5, 146:2, 146:4,       211:15, 213:10,           140:3, 141:18,
  162:14, 162:15,         issues [19] - 7:8,           191:17, 191:22,            224:1, 224:12             142:1, 142:24,
  163:12, 173:24,           11:21, 11:22, 17:13,       208:15, 219:8,            keeping [1] - 66:5         142:25, 143:12,
  174:3, 195:25,            20:22, 34:5, 51:13,        227:4, 227:20             kept [3] - 64:25, 90:2,    143:15, 143:17,
  208:21, 209:3,            124:21, 124:22,          judgment [2] - 38:1          163:3                     143:21, 144:3,
  221:20                    124:24, 126:13,          July [8] - 3:19, 64:7,                                 144:10, 144:21,

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                   13

 145:6, 145:9,             188:17                    65:20, 68:4, 68:11,     231:23, 232:2,              231:2, 232:20,
 146:13, 146:15,          knock [1] - 18:15          68:13, 68:17, 68:22,    232:5, 232:8,               232:21
 147:10, 147:14,          knocked [2] - 102:19,      68:24, 70:21,           232:13, 232:19,           Lance's [20] - 55:25,
 147:18, 147:19,           102:20                    107:20, 108:5,          232:22                      56:2, 61:17, 86:14,
 147:22, 147:25,          knowing [2] - 25:23,       108:11, 108:16,        Lance [146] - 3:24, 4:5,     86:21, 93:11, 114:7,
 148:11, 148:12,           28:19                     108:21, 108:25,         4:6, 4:16, 4:22,            114:12, 114:15,
 148:13, 148:19,          knowledge [13] - 25:8,     110:11, 110:19,         21:11, 23:5, 42:3,          115:7, 115:12,
 148:23, 150:12,           30:13, 55:3, 55:4,        110:21, 111:4,          44:1, 44:4, 44:22,          117:1, 117:3,
 151:5, 166:17,            60:25, 62:1, 62:3,        111:7, 112:16,          46:11, 47:12, 47:15,        119:21, 184:22,
 166:20, 206:13,           86:17, 86:19,             113:13, 114:17,         49:4, 54:25, 55:5,          206:19, 207:1,
 206:14, 206:15,           128:25, 145:3,            114:20, 120:24,         55:11, 56:9, 56:14,         209:6, 212:11,
 206:16, 206:19,           145:8, 190:7              121:3, 121:17,          56:17, 56:18, 56:20,        217:15
 206:23, 206:25,          known [15] - 6:10,         121:21, 142:10,         57:5, 57:8, 57:15,        Lance........................
 207:17, 207:18,           19:16, 22:17, 22:18,      144:9, 146:20,          57:19, 57:21, 58:6,         .....................21 [1] -
 208:1, 208:15,            30:25, 31:19, 43:12,      150:5, 150:10,          58:9, 59:8, 59:11,          2:8
 208:23, 209:4,            47:22, 176:22,            151:15, 151:17,         59:24, 60:23, 61:4,       Lance........................
 209:6, 210:21,            182:13, 195:15,           152:8, 152:11,          62:4, 62:9, 62:14,          .....................42 [1] -
 211:3, 211:4,             196:21, 196:22,           152:13, 152:22,         62:18, 68:9, 69:10,         2:12
 211:10, 211:13,           204:22, 229:17            153:7, 153:10,          83:16, 83:20, 84:11,      Lance........................
 211:23, 212:9,           knows [3] - 14:18,         153:13, 153:17,         91:17, 92:1, 92:5,          .....................65 [1] -
 218:9, 218:14,            116:10, 182:9             153:21, 153:24,         92:9, 92:14, 93:2,          2:17
 218:17, 218:19,          KORT [3] - 2:6, 5:16,      154:2, 154:4, 154:9,    93:9, 94:17, 95:1,        Lance........................
 219:17, 219:19,           23:16                     154:11, 154:14,         95:2, 95:18, 96:22,         ....................108 [1] -
 219:20, 219:24,          Kort [4] - 6:1, 6:3,       154:19, 154:24,         97:8, 97:16, 98:13,         2:21
 220:7, 222:6              29:14, 33:23              155:1, 155:3, 155:8,    104:4, 107:18,            Lance........................
kids' [3] - 125:19,                                  155:11, 155:14,         108:3, 110:10,              ....................121 [1] -
 207:7, 207:9                                        155:25, 156:11,         110:12, 113:20,
                                     L                                                                   2:23
kill [2] - 61:12, 62:15                              156:13, 156:21,         114:24, 115:13,           Lance........................
killed [3] - 35:15,                                  156:25, 172:13,         115:16, 115:23,             ....................142 [1] -
 45:15, 158:22            Lab [1] - 39:18            172:16, 184:14,         115:25, 116:3,              3:3
kind [68] - 6:5, 7:8,     lab [5] - 9:18, 39:20,     186:14, 186:18,         116:6, 116:10,            Lance........................
 7:9, 8:12, 10:1,           40:5, 40:7, 140:9        187:6, 187:8,           116:17, 117:9,
                                                                                                         ....................150 [1] -
 10:10, 10:12, 10:14,     label [2] - 37:15, 46:16   187:13, 187:15,         117:11, 117:17,
                                                                                                         3:5
 10:17, 11:4, 11:17,      labeled [4] - 8:6, 49:1,   187:18, 187:22,         117:24, 118:1,
                                                                                                       Lance........................
 11:21, 11:23, 13:17,       49:12, 49:13             188:6, 192:21,          118:3, 118:5, 118:7,
                                                                                                         ....................195 [1] -
 16:18, 17:13, 20:1,      labels [1] - 28:1          193:2, 193:6,           118:13, 118:18,
                                                                                                         3:12
 26:14, 28:18, 29:12,     labor [1] - 130:19         193:14, 193:17,         119:8, 119:10,
                                                                                                       Lance........................
 29:22, 30:23, 33:20,     labor-intensive [1] -      193:20, 193:24,         120:6, 120:9,
                                                                                                         ....................219 [1] -
 37:10, 40:17, 40:25,       130:19                   194:1, 194:4, 194:8,    120:16, 120:21,
                                                                                                         3:14
 41:5, 42:17, 49:1,       Laboratories [1] -         194:10, 194:20,         121:16, 148:3,
                                                                                                       land [51] - 56:4, 56:9,
 51:17, 63:23, 83:14,       152:2                    195:1, 195:4, 195:6,    148:5, 151:24,
                                                                                                         59:17, 59:25, 60:1,
 86:8, 108:17, 113:3,     Laboratory [1] - 3:25      195:14, 203:16,         152:6, 153:4, 153:5,
                                                                                                         60:2, 60:4, 60:23,
 117:7, 137:20,           laboratory [2] - 47:1,     210:23, 211:1,          153:23, 155:23,
                                                                                                         60:25, 62:18, 67:17,
 142:18, 144:16,            152:1                    211:3, 215:18,          156:9, 156:19,
                                                                                                         67:18, 69:3, 96:5,
 145:17, 161:4,           labs [2] - 40:4, 127:6     215:21, 215:24,         156:20, 157:13,
                                                                                                         96:11, 97:7, 97:13,
 163:14, 164:9,           lack [4] - 14:16, 17:15,   219:10, 219:13,         157:17, 157:18,
                                                                                                         97:17, 117:4,
 165:4, 166:16,             38:1                     221:1, 221:6,           160:9, 173:6, 179:4,
                                                                                                         117:22, 117:23,
 168:6, 168:16,           ladies [1] - 201:9         221:10, 221:12,         184:4, 184:9,
                                                                                                         118:1, 118:8,
 171:13, 173:8,           lading [2] - 33:10,        221:14, 221:17,         184:11, 186:4,
                                                                                                         118:12, 118:14,
 174:8, 175:5,              33:15                    222:8, 222:12,          186:9, 188:12,
                                                                                                         118:17, 119:8,
 184:12, 184:25,          lady [3] - 117:5, 117:6,   222:15, 222:19,         192:7, 194:16,
                                                                                                         119:11, 160:23,
 185:18, 186:8,             197:10                   223:5, 223:7,           204:13, 204:17,
                                                                                                         179:23, 180:7,
 188:1, 192:23,           Lamb [2] - 159:3           223:10, 225:15,         204:25, 205:12,
                                                                                                         198:17, 201:23,
 193:1, 193:8,            LANCE [164] - 3:7, 4:5,    225:19, 227:23,         206:1, 206:6, 208:9,
                                                                                                         202:3, 202:13,
 196:21, 196:22,            4:24, 5:4, 5:8, 5:10,    227:25, 228:3,          209:18, 212:6,
                                                                                                         202:25, 214:8,
 197:5, 201:4, 205:9,       5:13, 21:13, 21:16,      228:9, 229:9,           213:18, 213:24,
                                                                                                         214:13, 214:14,
 216:8, 222:19,                                      229:12, 230:3,          214:2, 214:4, 215:2,
                            23:7, 42:4, 42:8,                                                            214:20, 214:22,
 226:10                     44:2, 44:5, 44:8,        230:8, 230:11,          219:6, 219:9, 221:3,
                                                                                                         214:25, 215:2,
kinds [11] - 9:11,          44:11, 44:13, 44:19,     230:17, 230:20,         221:5, 222:11,
                                                                                                         215:15, 216:7,
 15:15, 18:8, 29:22,                                 231:4, 231:7,           225:23, 227:21,
                            44:24, 45:1, 46:4,                                                           216:9, 216:10,
 29:23, 30:4, 32:10,        47:16, 58:13, 58:15,     231:10, 231:13,         228:18, 229:2,
                                                                                                         217:2, 217:9
 49:15, 79:6, 177:3,        58:20, 58:24, 59:3,      231:17, 231:20,         230:22, 230:24,

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                   14

landlord [4] - 160:14,      11:14, 21:21, 36:19,      less-than-lethal [1] -        139:11, 142:2,             56:21, 65:14, 72:8,
  160:24, 161:2, 161:3      115:19, 115:21,             30:20                       159:13, 218:20             72:20, 75:18, 75:22,
Lands [1] - 3:23            130:16, 177:5,            lesson [3] - 145:3,         living [6] - 51:5, 71:19,    75:25, 83:21, 86:15,
large [3] - 42:20,          181:7, 212:25,              147:4, 147:14               139:12, 159:23,            89:9, 114:4, 116:5,
  69:19, 224:4              228:1, 228:5              lethal [1] - 30:20            224:8                      215:19
last [45] - 6:2, 7:14,    leave [1] - 22:24           level [1] - 137:7           LLC [3] - 1:10, 3:23,       MABERY [2] - 3:1,
  18:11, 18:12, 19:1,     lectures [1] - 15:18        levels [1] - 47:4             4:13                       122:8
  24:1, 42:21, 69:19,     left [11] - 23:16, 35:11,   liar [2] - 177:19,          load [3] - 24:17, 32:25,    Mabery [14] - 122:6,
  78:12, 79:9, 79:15,       50:6, 60:20, 75:2,          177:23                      33:12                      122:7, 122:22,
  79:25, 80:5, 87:9,        89:21, 104:9, 122:9,      license [3] - 153:3,        local [4] - 42:19, 43:5,     123:13, 125:21,
  87:12, 89:18, 95:24,      154:20, 180:25,             155:19, 155:21              43:6, 147:15               132:10, 136:13,
  95:25, 96:2, 98:3,        224:13                    License [2] - 3:21,         locally [1] - 43:7           141:16, 142:5,
  99:17, 100:6,           leg [1] - 159:6               3:23                      located [4] - 33:9,          142:11, 147:3,
  113:24, 113:25,         Legal [3] - 48:15,          lie [5] - 75:24, 112:25,      37:10, 39:5, 84:24         149:25, 181:14,
  116:13, 119:15,           48:16, 48:18                144:15, 151:6,            lodge [2] - 228:16,          182:12
  119:18, 119:19,         legal [54] - 8:6, 8:8,        182:13                      230:14                    Mabery's [2] - 181:6,
  124:18, 143:4,            19:19, 24:25, 27:14,      lied [5] - 138:8,           lodged [1] - 228:21          183:9
  147:9, 148:14,            29:3, 32:22, 34:15,         144:10, 144:13,           longer-lasting [1] -        machine [3] - 18:6,
  150:19, 153:16,           43:15, 58:23, 77:10,        144:14, 178:25              132:3                      18:17, 204:12
  154:18, 157:15,           77:13, 77:15, 77:17,      lies [2] - 64:3, 179:3      look [18] - 15:17,          Mackey [1] - 146:2
  162:13, 169:6,            77:18, 77:20, 77:23,      Life [1] - 188:17             16:17, 33:11, 47:8,       mail [1] - 231:8
  170:1, 172:19,            77:24, 81:18, 81:19,      life [5] - 61:20, 102:7,      90:4, 90:5, 90:6,         mailed [1] - 230:25
  184:19, 203:24,           81:20, 81:22, 99:12,        105:7, 106:22, 107:2        94:12, 137:24,            maintain [1] - 166:19
  224:16                    104:1, 125:10,            lift [1] - 89:10              153:6, 154:15,            maintaining [2] -
lasted [1] - 165:1          125:13, 127:23,           light [4] - 38:23,            155:7, 158:4, 166:4,       25:25
lasting [3] - 30:23,        135:12, 135:14,             164:3, 217:7, 226:5         168:14, 172:6, 180:5      maintenance [1] -
  31:7, 132:3               135:20, 152:20,           lights [1] - 90:15          look-alike [1] - 158:4       205:9
late [2] - 73:6, 73:8       164:11, 166:12,           limited [2] - 17:23,        looked [5] - 96:17,         majority [2] - 24:16,
lately [1] - 41:4           171:6, 184:8,               229:17                      120:14, 168:1,             143:6
law [23] - 8:16, 29:3,      184:22, 185:4,            Lincoln [1] - 35:16           168:14, 201:1             male [1] - 36:25
  39:22, 77:14, 113:2,      185:16, 185:21,           line [7] - 17:4, 86:11,     looking [10] - 14:18,       Mall [1] - 158:3
  135:10, 137:17,           186:13, 186:16,             108:9, 128:14,              38:5, 90:2, 95:11,        man [15] - 56:24, 57:1,
  137:24, 143:16,           186:23, 188:4,              139:12, 161:25,             120:13, 131:1,             83:17, 99:23, 131:5,
  143:24, 159:13,           191:10, 191:19,             162:1                       153:8, 156:11,             132:14, 134:5,
  171:23, 172:8,            191:20, 211:6,                                          167:15, 209:2              134:9, 134:18,
                                                      Line [1] - 188:17
  185:16, 185:21,           226:12, 232:11,                                       looks [3] - 168:15,          137:11, 148:1,
                                                      Lineberger [1] -
  186:4, 188:4,             232:12                                                  196:12, 206:9              148:2, 150:12,
                                                        169:18
  191:11, 207:22,         legality [2] - 28:17,                                   lose [1] - 148:18            164:24, 166:6
                                                      LISA [3] - 1:24, 235:4,
  216:23, 223:16,           43:16                                                 losing [1] - 148:16         manage [1] - 160:21
                                                        235:14
  223:17, 227:17          legally [9] - 21:5,                                     loss [1] - 148:23           Manera [5] - 23:14,
                                                      listed [9] - 27:6, 27:12,
lawful [1] - 189:17         25:24, 34:17, 37:8,                                   lost [2] - 55:19, 102:6      24:3, 45:2, 46:11,
                                                        28:2, 28:4, 29:6,
laws [4] - 143:19,          37:14, 37:16, 39:14,                                  loved [1] - 79:18            47:18
                                                        36:2, 39:21, 141:1,
  143:20, 189:12,           135:20, 142:2                                         low [2] - 34:4, 149:14      MANERA [3] - 2:10,
                                                        141:3
  226:13                  legislation [10] - 8:10,                                lows [2] - 124:4,            23:15, 50:6
                                                      listen [2] - 166:22,
lawyer [4] - 42:11,         27:8, 27:21, 27:23,                                     149:12                    manufactured [2] -
                                                        194:24
  44:13, 108:6, 194:22      28:13, 32:14, 141:1,                                  LSD [1] - 145:16             46:25, 163:4
                                                      listening [3] - 176:15,
lawyers [1] - 15:5          141:6, 141:8, 141:9                                                               manufacturer [2] -
                                                        178:24, 226:22            lying [12] - 144:17,
lay [3] - 12:5, 17:13,    Legislature [5] - 27:7,                                   178:5, 178:19,             171:6, 171:12
                                                      literature [11] - 11:14,
  89:20                     31:24, 140:25,                                          182:20, 182:22,           manufacturers [1] -
                                                        14:18, 15:4, 15:19,
lazy [1] - 78:6             190:11, 190:18                                          182:25, 183:3,             165:14
                                                        15:25, 16:9, 17:19,
leading [2] - 187:23,     legislature [2] - 29:2,                                   183:5, 183:12,            manufacturing [1] -
                                                        29:5, 31:8, 46:21,
  197:20                    34:14                                                   183:13, 183:14,            40:25
                                                        48:7
leads [1] - 177:3         legitimate [1] - 108:17                                   183:15                    March [1] - 123:2
                                                      live [12] - 50:19, 63:18,
leaf [2] - 41:5, 163:17   leisure [2] - 146:1,                                                                Maricopa [1] - 7:2
                                                        73:1, 98:25, 101:7,
                            146:5
learn [6] - 54:19,
                          leisurely [1] - 146:5
                                                        136:12, 143:10,                      M                Marie [1] - 51:4
  54:22, 54:24, 55:22,                                  157:24, 163:11,                                       marijuana [22] - 8:4,
  55:24, 76:8             length [2] - 124:16,          204:3, 204:4, 205:6                                    8:23, 18:22, 18:23,
learned [4] - 56:11,        124:19                                                M-a-n-e-r-a [1] - 24:3       25:18, 26:19, 35:21,
                                                      lived [5] - 99:1,
  59:17, 62:17, 105:1     leniency [1] - 113:9                                    M.D [1] - 133:9              40:22, 41:2, 52:1,
                                                        157:21, 157:23,
learning [1] - 56:12      less [4] - 30:20,                                       ma'am [20] - 5:16,           76:11, 76:13, 76:16,
                                                        159:18, 204:5
least [12] - 10:8,          104:21, 107:8,                                         50:24, 51:10, 51:23,        76:19, 78:22,
                                                      lives [5] - 139:7,
                            205:25                                                 52:6, 53:2, 55:16,

                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                               15

 126:15, 126:17,                                      13:3, 66:9, 100:13,       middle [1] - 73:5           135:11, 140:14
 132:19, 136:19,                                      131:2                     might [13] - 54:5,         molecule [2] - 29:7,
 164:12, 174:10,                                     medicine [4] - 7:1,         107:16, 112:17,            32:8
 226:11                                               15:7, 18:17, 66:9          124:10, 124:22,           molecules [1] - 31:21
marijuana-type [2] -                                 meds [1] - 20:12            140:10, 141:25,           mom [7] - 83:18, 94:5,
 8:23, 25:18                                         meet [6] - 99:2,            152:9, 165:13,             94:22, 96:9, 104:16,
Mario's [1] - 47:19                                   129:16, 204:13,            166:2, 174:9,              105:12, 105:14
Mark [1] - 169:19                                     204:14, 204:15             187:10, 205:13            mom's [2] - 94:10,
marked [4] - 46:16,                                  meeting [2] - 72:16,       Mikaela [7] - 98:21,        94:11
 142:16, 154:7, 226:3                                 204:17                     98:23, 99:2, 99:4,        moment [7] - 10:11,
marker [1] - 185:25                                  meets [1] - 229:21          99:7, 99:14, 99:18         21:1, 33:19, 40:18,
Market [2] - 48:8,                                   melt [1] - 95:6            Mike's [1] - 48:16          183:18, 185:8,
 48:16                                               members [1] - 146:17       mile [6] - 35:10, 35:11,    203:17
marketable [1] - 41:17                               memory [1] - 181:19         91:24, 92:25, 205:7       moms [4] - 218:1,
marketing [4] - 41:15,                               mental [3] - 29:25,        mile-an-hour [2] -          218:11, 218:16,
 48:5, 48:6                                           73:9, 73:10                35:10, 35:11               218:18
markets [1] - 159:24                                 mentally [2] - 78:4,       mile-and-a-half [2] -      Monday [5] - 51:3,
markup [1] - 213:13                                   93:22                      91:24, 92:25               62:25, 71:18,
Marshal's [2] - 171:20,                              mentioned [14] - 6:15,     miles [2] - 35:10,          228:24, 231:22
 199:10                                               12:16, 15:3, 17:25,        38:24                     money [13] - 91:9,
Martin [3] - 2:6, 6:3,     McFarland [7] - 36:3,      40:21, 96:16, 124:7,      miles-an-hour [2] -         93:13, 94:4, 94:7,
 169:18                     36:5, 36:11, 36:16,       150:11, 173:13,            35:10, 38:24               138:2, 138:4,
MARTIN [1] - 23:16          37:2, 37:10, 38:3         173:22, 174:16,           million [2] - 23:4,         161:23, 163:11,
Marvy [1] - 133:23         McFarland's [1] - 38:4     186:10, 214:20,            225:12                     216:16, 216:18,
mass [1] - 90:11           McNeese [1] - 133:23       224:3                     millions [2] - 33:13,       224:3, 224:5, 228:4
masses [1] - 90:15         meager [1] - 163:11       merchandise [1] -           165:15                    Monkey [1] - 47:22
material [2] - 25:5,       meals [1] - 74:1           158:25                    mimic [1] - 40:22          monster [2] - 167:22,
 41:4                      mean [36] - 5:4, 13:12,   merchant [2] - 21:19,      mind [7] - 56:17,           188:1
materials [2] - 13:11,      16:12, 20:4, 20:6,        43:19                      75:19, 91:14, 95:13,      monsters [2] - 134:14,
 192:17                     25:15, 48:14, 54:2,      merchants [4] - 227:7,      105:6, 128:3, 139:3        136:11
                            58:11, 60:10, 73:16,      227:8, 227:9, 227:10      mind-altering [2] -        month [9] - 7:12,
                            78:16, 79:17, 82:1,      merits [1] - 186:21         128:3, 139:3               95:23, 100:6,
                            87:5, 88:19, 90:13,      mesquite [1] - 159:10      minded [1] - 74:14          116:25, 138:25,
                            92:7, 93:25, 115:1,      messed [1] - 181:18        minds [1] - 130:12          159:18, 212:21
                            125:16, 128:23,          met [6] - 67:7, 67:10,     mine [5] - 60:5, 60:12,    months [26] - 33:5,
                            134:15, 144:13,           72:4, 99:3, 158:19,        180:4, 202:5, 202:16       54:3, 63:2, 63:13,
                            145:19, 146:16,           159:2                     Mingus [1] - 35:5           80:3, 81:8, 84:6,
                            149:23, 150:21,          meth [4] - 37:2, 37:4,     Mini [1] - 48:16            84:7, 84:9, 84:21,
                            154:16, 171:10,           136:20, 149:20            Minnesota [4] -             94:20, 100:23,
                            181:14, 205:24,          methamphetamine             157:25, 158:2,             114:1, 147:9,
                            212:19, 219:18,           [15] - 9:15, 11:5,         158:5, 158:6               150:19, 165:2,
                            219:24, 226:8             18:22, 18:23, 33:24,                                  165:5, 167:10,
                                                                                minor [3] - 35:16,
                           meaning [2] - 123:23,      33:25, 135:2, 135:4,       146:12, 189:11             167:11, 169:22,
                            129:20                    145:16, 145:21,                                       170:15, 178:2,
                                                                                minority [1] - 143:7
                           means [1] - 25:14          149:6, 149:7,                                         181:10, 184:19,
                                                                                minors [2] - 143:13,
                           meant [1] - 40:22          149:11, 149:13,            215:9                      218:25, 219:1
                           measure [1] - 137:1        149:22                    minute [7] - 10:7,         morals [1] - 189:14
                           mechanic [1] - 204:12     methamphetamines            19:24, 25:9, 30:11,       morning [6] - 5:16,
matter [4] - 4:18, 4:22,   median [1] - 217:24        [3] - 8:22, 13:25, 19:4    47:8, 197:7, 210:24        42:9, 42:10, 50:15,
 177:11, 228:15            Medical [5] - 6:8,        methods [2] - 126:21,      minutes [6] - 103:3,        50:16, 71:24
matters [2] - 123:12,       36:24, 39:2, 188:14,      149:21                     159:14, 172:19,           most [12] - 10:18,
 233:2                      188:15                   methyl [1] - 8:17           183:25, 193:22,            21:8, 31:17, 73:3,
                           medical [12] - 6:15,      MICHAEL [1] - 1:16          221:7                      92:8, 94:25, 107:1,
                            6:17, 6:19, 6:24,        micro [2] - 158:21         mirror [2] - 8:19, 33:24    124:16, 124:25,
                            6:25, 7:10, 16:24,       micro-burst [2] -          mischaracterizes [1] -      125:5, 157:17, 218:4
                            22:15, 22:18,             158:21                     112:14                    mostly [2] - 100:10,
                            130:20, 134:21,          microphone [1] -           miss [2] - 12:2, 132:5      173:18
                            188:13                    47:13                                                mother [13] - 72:21,
                                                                                missing [6] - 39:9,
                           medication [5] -          mid [3] - 73:6, 73:8,                                  95:17, 96:6, 101:8,
                                                                                 55:19, 56:5, 56:8,
                            14:22, 14:23, 75:11,      169:1                      56:11, 58:6                104:17, 111:21,
                            75:12, 100:10            mid-west [1] - 169:1                                   111:23, 111:24,
                                                                                molecular [3] - 127:9,
                           medications [4] -                                                                197:1, 197:3,
                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                        16

 201:10, 202:8, 203:8     153:17, 153:21,         121:25, 122:6,         Narcan [1] - 19:9          32:22, 77:3, 86:8,
mother's [6] - 94:16,     153:24, 154:2,          122:11, 122:18,        Narcotics [1] - 26:11      132:22, 174:1, 174:3
 98:12, 112:4,            154:4, 154:9,           142:5, 146:24,         narcotics [3] - 24:16,    newer [1] - 81:16
 116:22, 116:25,          154:11, 154:14,         147:2, 149:25,          24:18, 43:6              newspaper [4] - 58:5,
 117:8                    154:19, 154:24,         151:21, 152:1,         narrowed [1] - 168:16      150:11, 169:19,
motion [5] - 5:2, 5:7,    155:1, 155:3, 155:8,    152:25, 155:17,        nasty [1] - 199:23         181:11
 192:23, 193:1,           155:11, 155:14,         156:3, 156:5,          nation [1] - 24:19        newspapers [1] -
 193:14                   155:25, 156:11,         156:12, 156:18,        natural [2] - 41:15,       96:10
MOTION [1] - 1:18         156:13, 156:21,         192:6, 203:21,          76:19                    next [18] - 14:12,
motions [1] - 193:13      157:4, 157:12,          210:8, 211:9, 216:2,   nature [1] - 179:10        16:20, 16:21, 32:12,
motorcyclists [3] -       172:13, 172:16,         217:11, 217:13,        near [1] - 202:12          48:8, 49:24, 60:17,
 35:12, 35:13, 35:14      172:21, 173:2,          219:8, 220:21,         necessarily [6] -          65:3, 70:25, 75:2,
motorists [1] - 36:9      173:4, 183:22,          225:22, 227:19,         11:15, 48:14, 49:1,       103:12, 104:25,
Mountain [1] - 35:5       184:14, 185:7,          228:12, 232:17,         49:14, 211:17,            105:16, 106:22,
mouse [1] - 43:19         185:13, 186:14,         232:24                  211:24                    120:4, 122:5, 217:24
mouth [1] - 53:21         186:18, 187:6,         Mule [1] - 109:15       neck [1] - 89:6           nice [2] - 168:12,
move [6] - 18:16,         187:8, 187:13,         multiple [1] - 83:24    necklace [2] - 95:17,      168:17
 22:24, 23:1, 89:4,       187:15, 187:18,        murder [1] - 149:5       118:19                   nicknamed [1] - 98:21
 155:17, 217:11           187:22, 188:6,         muscle [2] - 12:10,     necklaces [1] - 55:20     Nicole [1] - 101:6
moved [2] - 32:8,         188:8, 188:11,          30:16                                            night [3] - 62:25,
                                                                         necrotic [2] - 12:3,
 102:20                   191:25, 192:21,        muscles [1] - 130:17                               105:12, 154:18
                                                                          12:5
movement [1] - 8:13       193:2, 193:6,          mushrooms [2] -                                   nine [3] - 39:5, 45:13,
                                                                         need [17] - 13:2, 23:5,
movies [1] - 158:16       193:14, 193:17,         52:2, 66:8                                        123:2
                                                                          44:6, 44:9, 60:12,
                          193:20, 193:24,        music [3] - 220:11,                               nobody [6] - 14:18,
moving [6] - 29:8,                                                        69:13, 69:16, 92:23,
                          194:1, 194:4, 194:8,    221:25, 222:1                                     45:11, 45:17, 78:22,
 89:3, 90:15, 140:19,                                                     120:3, 163:13,
                          194:10, 194:12,        musical [9] - 162:13,                              134:13, 224:12
 141:15, 224:12                                                           172:16, 172:18,
                          194:20, 195:1,          162:14, 163:12,                                  noises [1] - 90:8
MR [198] - 4:3, 4:5,                                                      192:2, 205:10,
                          195:4, 195:6,           173:24, 174:3,                                   non [1] - 20:15
 4:24, 5:4, 5:8, 5:10,                                                    222:1, 228:5
                          195:14, 203:16,         195:24, 208:21,                                  none [2] - 140:4,
 5:13, 5:18, 5:25,                                                       needed [6] - 60:21,
                          210:23, 211:1,          209:3, 220:13                                     213:4
 20:25, 21:3, 21:9,                                                       89:4, 93:12, 93:14,
                          211:3, 215:18,         must [5] - 81:22,
 21:13, 21:16, 23:7,                                                      105:8, 138:2             noon [1] - 107:17
                          215:21, 215:24,         109:6, 143:23,
 23:10, 23:14, 23:18,                                                    needing [2] - 12:19,      normal [5] - 10:1,
                          219:10, 219:13,         166:20, 196:17
 23:25, 40:12, 40:16,                                                     177:8                     10:25, 14:6, 95:3,
                          221:1, 221:6,
 41:25, 42:4, 42:8,                                                      needs [1] - 189:8          120:15
                          221:10, 221:12,
 44:2, 44:5, 44:8,
                          221:14, 221:17,
                                                           N             negative [5] - 80:11,     normally [3] - 20:7,
 44:11, 44:13, 44:19,                                                     80:13, 88:14, 90:25,      20:13, 120:21
                          222:8, 222:12,
 44:24, 45:1, 46:4,                                                       152:3                    North [1] - 33:13
                          222:15, 222:19,        name [43] - 6:1, 6:2,
 46:7, 46:10, 47:11,                                                     neglect [1] - 113:10      northbound [1] - 36:9
                          223:5, 223:7,           13:22, 24:1, 31:14,
 47:14, 47:16, 47:17,                                                    nephew [2] - 64:11,       notarized [1] - 153:3
                          223:10, 225:15,         31:16, 33:8, 37:15,
 49:21, 49:25, 58:13,                                                     102:6                    notation [2] - 47:23,
                          225:19, 227:23,         46:23, 46:24, 50:17,
 58:15, 58:20, 58:24,                                                    network [3] - 32:21,       47:25
                          227:25, 228:3,          70:10, 71:13,
 59:3, 65:20, 68:2,                                                       127:16, 127:17           notch [1] - 135:4
                          228:9, 229:9,           121:10, 122:21,
 68:4, 68:8, 68:11,                                                      never [38] - 28:2,        note [3] - 4:14, 108:1,
                          229:12, 230:3,          157:15, 157:17,
 68:13, 68:17, 68:22,                                                     43:23, 43:24, 58:15,      172:24
                          230:8, 230:11,          159:3, 160:13,
 68:24, 70:21,                                                            58:24, 79:18, 81:13,     nothing [11] - 54:17,
                          230:17, 230:20,         160:25, 161:10,
 107:20, 108:5,                                                           107:6, 109:6,             57:13, 58:3, 62:10,
                          230:24, 231:4,          161:20, 165:19,
 108:11, 108:16,                                                          109:23, 110:9,            90:5, 116:19,
                          231:7, 231:10,          165:20, 165:23,
 108:21, 108:25,                                                          115:15, 121:7,            134:12, 177:21,
                          231:13, 231:17,         169:2, 169:3, 169:4,
 110:11, 110:19,                                                          129:13, 130:6,            189:12, 209:16,
                          231:20, 231:23,         169:6, 194:9,
 110:21, 111:2,                                                           131:3, 132:16,            210:10
                          232:2, 232:5, 232:8,    203:24, 214:11,
 111:4, 111:7,                                                            132:23, 136:15,          notice [3] - 53:23,
                          232:13, 232:19,         214:15, 214:17,
 112:16, 113:13,                                                          136:16, 148:10,           55:18, 57:22
                          232:22                  214:19, 214:21,
 114:17, 114:20,                                                          149:9, 166:19,           noticed [6] - 53:4,
                         MS [52] - 1:24, 4:2,     215:10
 120:24, 121:3,                                                           176:6, 176:22,            53:15, 63:23, 64:1,
                          4:20, 5:15, 50:2,      named [2] - 48:18,
 121:17, 121:21,                                                          177:1, 177:15,            144:22, 196:4
                          50:4, 50:14, 59:7,      99:23
 142:10, 144:9,                                                           178:13, 179:7,           November [5] - 85:13,
                          65:16, 70:23, 71:1,    names [15] - 31:17,
 146:20, 150:5,                                                           179:11, 179:17,           85:14, 85:15, 85:16,
                          71:5, 71:12, 89:14,     31:19, 51:2, 55:3,
 150:10, 151:15,                                                          180:24, 196:4,            87:16
                          107:15, 108:9,          55:9, 61:13, 125:22,
 151:17, 152:8,                                                           196:8, 198:7,            nuisance [2] - 190:16,
                          112:13, 113:16,         144:20, 144:25,
 152:11, 152:13,                                                          200:17, 220:4             190:19
                          113:19, 114:23,         145:12, 160:7,
 152:22, 153:7,                                                          new [9] - 27:12, 32:7,    NUMBER [1] - 1:8
                          120:19, 121:15,         175:5, 183:2, 229:17
 153:10, 153:13,
                                         M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                  Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                17

Number [1] - 1:25          occur [2] - 13:4, 43:2      117:6, 121:11,            228:7                     114:22, 216:1
number [16] - 16:3,        occurred [3] - 37:25,       143:23                   open [3] - 173:9,         oversee [2] - 7:7,
 16:4, 32:3, 83:24,         38:10, 185:22             ON [1] - 1:18              173:10, 205:10            123:10
 90:23, 94:24,             October [2] - 85:13,       on-line [2] - 161:25,     opened [2] - 39:8,        overwhelmed [1] -
 123:15, 124:10,            170:10                     162:1                     96:9                      166:5
 125:5, 126:18,            odd [2] - 36:14, 64:1      on-scene [1] - 35:7       operation [1] - 19:25     own [5] - 12:22,
 126:23, 126:25,           OF [4] - 1:1, 1:2, 1:17    once [22] - 5:5, 12:24,   operations [1] - 28:18     127:16, 163:4,
 138:18, 148:11,           offenses [3] - 125:5,       22:7, 27:11, 28:19,      opiate [2] - 19:7,         224:17, 224:22
 148:12, 231:4              125:6, 126:18              30:18, 32:6, 32:14,       19:11                    owned [3] - 161:1,
numerous [2] - 92:6,       offer [1] - 151:22          32:21, 35:6, 41:7,       opiates [5] - 19:6,        214:11, 214:23
 92:7                      offered [1] - 113:4         79:10, 80:16, 82:23,      19:9, 19:10, 19:12,      owner [3] - 83:15,
nurse [1] - 20:7           offering [1] - 113:9        99:5, 115:10,             52:3                      214:12, 214:24
nurses [2] - 20:10,        office [7] - 133:20,        119:22, 140:16,          opinion [7] - 21:4,
 20:13                      137:12, 137:19,            147:23, 220:4,            22:16, 41:12, 41:14,                P
Nyquil [1] - 52:3           142:13, 142:14,            231:14                    41:18, 41:21, 48:11
                            147:15, 147:18            one [102] - 8:17, 10:2,   opportunity [7] -
                                                                                                          P.C.P [2] - 132:19,
           O               Office [3] - 43:7,          13:24, 14:10, 14:15,      58:19, 59:1, 68:21,
                                                                                                           136:19
                            69:12, 199:10              20:7, 20:14, 29:5,        108:19, 192:3,
                                                       29:7, 31:1, 32:8,         192:24, 228:19           p.m [2] - 173:10,
                           Officer [8] - 36:3,
o'clock [6] - 1:21, 4:9,                               32:12, 35:14, 35:18,                                173:11
                            36:5, 36:11, 36:16,                                 opposed [1] - 8:22
 157:3, 157:4, 172:5,                                  36:5, 36:25, 37:24,                                package [2] - 92:13,
                            37:2, 37:10, 38:3,                                  oral [2] - 8:9, 21:2
 228:24                                                40:17, 48:8, 52:4,                                  98:6
                            38:4                                                order [6] - 94:22,
Oak [1] - 163:4                                        54:7, 56:15, 57:1,                                 packaged [2] -
                           officer [15] - 30:17,                                 141:6, 186:12,
oath [4] - 146:6,                                      69:12, 69:13, 69:14,                                175:11, 175:12
                            33:6, 33:9, 36:17,                                   186:20, 189:17,
 146:8, 152:5, 184:24                                  71:25, 76:9, 78:21,                                packages [2] - 77:24,
                            37:12, 39:5, 52:21,                                  228:16
object [5] - 58:13,                                    78:25, 79:6, 92:12,                                 144:1
                            65:10, 101:1, 101:5,                                Order [8] - 191:3,
 114:17, 114:20,                                       95:19, 96:14, 97:14,                               packaging [2] - 77:22,
                            104:15, 104:20,                                      191:15, 192:10,
 153:17, 210:23                                        98:1, 98:24, 100:2,                                 168:15
                            113:3, 134:5, 134:10                                 192:12, 228:24,
objection [34] - 58:14,                                103:5, 106:25,            229:1, 229:4, 229:11     packet [3] - 102:24,
                           officers [24] - 12:25,
 58:21, 58:23, 59:4,                                   109:8, 110:3, 117:6,     ORDER [1] - 1:18           103:17
                            24:18, 24:21, 28:18,
 68:2, 68:8, 108:9,                                    118:22, 119:1,                                     packets [3] - 102:22,
                            29:20, 30:1, 30:4,                                  ordered [4] - 127:20,
 111:2, 112:13,                                        119:7, 119:14,                                      103:5, 105:25
                            30:25, 31:2, 31:4,                                   127:25, 139:3,
 121:15, 152:12,                                       119:16, 124:11,                                    PAGE [1] - 2:3
                            33:15, 33:21, 34:9,                                  191:22
 152:13, 152:20,                                       124:22, 124:23,                                    paid [1] - 112:20
                            34:18, 34:21, 36:6,                                 orders [1] - 227:5
 152:24, 153:11,                                       125:5, 126:18,                                     pain [4] - 31:3, 34:5,
                            38:21, 39:4, 52:22,                                 organize [1] - 61:17
 153:15, 154:12,                                       126:24, 127:8,                                      88:22
                            71:25, 129:13,                                      organized [3] - 62:4,
 155:12, 155:16,                                       127:17, 127:19,                                    pains [1] - 36:23
                            131:19, 133:15,                                      69:9, 217:15
 155:23, 156:2,                                        129:20, 129:23,                                    PANT [2] - 26:10,
                            142:22                                              organizer [1] - 199:21
 156:9, 156:14,                                        130:25, 132:10,                                     26:13
                           Official [1] - 235:4                                 origin [1] - 45:25
 156:16, 190:14,                                       132:14, 134:4,                                     paper [4] - 145:5,
                           often [11] - 9:7, 12:19,                             original [3] - 76:14,
 210:25, 211:2,                                        134:9, 134:11,                                      147:20, 171:16,
                            13:4, 13:7, 17:11,                                   155:22, 160:13
 211:6, 215:18,                                        136:9, 137:11,                                      172:6
                            18:25, 52:11, 94:16,                                originally [5] - 158:1,
 215:23, 215:24,                                       138:13, 138:20,                                    paperwork [3] - 172:1,
                            99:4, 204:25, 206:6                                  158:8, 160:13,
 221:4, 232:15                                         140:16, 143:3,                                      187:24, 191:9
                           oftentimes [7] - 8:4,                                 162:24, 226:4
objections [4] -                                       148:18, 148:23,                                    paralyze [1] - 18:6
                            13:1, 16:5, 20:10,                                  otherwise [4] - 75:14,
 228:19, 228:20,                                       150:5, 151:6,                                      paranoia [4] - 14:4,
                            125:7, 133:7, 151:5                                  125:10, 186:13,
 230:11, 231:15                                        151:19, 154:7,                                      34:1, 54:12, 130:12
                           Ohio [2] - 158:9,                                     188:4
observations [1] -                                     155:20, 156:3,                                     paranoid [5] - 76:21,
                            158:10                                              ounces [1] - 175:14
 184:4                                                 159:6, 165:16,                                      78:7, 88:16, 120:14,
                           Oklahoma [7] - 60:4,                                 outfits [1] - 158:17
observe [2] - 32:11,                                   171:25, 177:5,                                      134:18
                            179:24, 180:7,                                      outlawed [2] - 21:6,
 54:12                                                 179:13, 180:7,                                     paraphernalia [2] -
                            198:17, 214:20,                                      29:1
observed [1] - 36:8                                    187:4, 193:24,                                      174:6, 174:8
                            216:10                                              outlawing [2] - 28:6,
obtain [1] - 37:7                                      193:25, 194:1,                                     pardon [2] - 174:2,
                           old [14] - 71:15, 96:10,                              32:15
obvious [2] - 93:16,                                   194:23, 198:1,                                      211:1
                            96:15, 96:16, 100:7,                                outraged [1] - 61:23
 226:24                                                213:12, 214:12,                                    parents [4] - 113:9,
                            116:16, 166:17,                                     outside [4] - 59:20,
obviously [1] - 14:21                                  214:22, 217:14,                                     146:14, 222:5, 222:6
                            180:12, 180:13,                                      62:6, 123:23, 152:16
occasion [2] - 28:14,                                  218:4, 224:11                                      parole [2] - 25:22,
                            189:9, 211:4,                                       overcome [1] - 85:5
 30:7                                                 one's [1] - 57:14                                    113:3
                            219:19, 220:2                                       overdose [1] - 18:21
occasions [3] - 120:5,                                one-to-one [1] - 20:7                               part [22] - 24:24, 31:1,
                           older [8] - 105:12,                                  overdoses [1] - 19:12
 147:24, 181:23             105:13, 109:7,            ones [7] - 10:18, 98:4,                              34:22, 35:25, 39:15,
occupation [1] -                                       168:4, 183:4,            overrule [1] - 221:4
                            109:21, 109:25,                                                                67:10, 105:5, 106:6,
 204:11                                                207:11, 227:10,          overruled [3] - 59:5,
                                                                                                           123:14, 144:2,
                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                       18

 147:14, 152:20,             160:21, 199:20,            138:14, 138:15,          picks [2] - 162:17,        50:4, 50:14, 59:7,
 153:12, 173:17,             205:14, 205:16,            139:2, 139:23,            221:19                    65:16, 70:23, 71:1,
 192:4, 192:9,               206:1, 206:6,              139:25, 140:4,           picture [2] - 57:9,        71:5, 71:12, 89:14,
 192:19, 193:23,             211:21, 224:9              142:15, 143:5             145:6                     107:15, 108:9,
 196:6, 205:13,             paying [2] - 93:2, 93:4    perform [1] - 7:10        pictures [3] - 62:10,      112:13, 113:16,
 227:16, 227:17             pays [1] - 205:18          performing [1] - 10:20     62:11, 62:14              113:19, 114:23,
part-time [4] - 123:14,     Payson [1] - 159:12        perhaps [1] - 64:17       piece [1] - 56:17          120:19, 121:15,
 173:17, 196:6,             PCP [3] - 9:14, 18:24,     period [11] - 91:2,       pieces [1] - 94:22         121:25, 122:6,
 205:13                      34:1                       94:19, 95:23, 106:1,     pipe [1] - 162:11          122:11, 122:18,
particular [16] - 8:11,     peaked [1] - 149:8          114:14, 116:21,          pipes [1] - 162:11         142:5, 146:24,
 8:15, 11:2, 12:8,          peeing [1] - 53:20          116:25, 129:19,          place [20] - 22:25,        147:2, 149:25,
 17:22, 17:23, 20:19,       peeling [1] - 129:25        137:6, 223:15             30:18, 58:24, 61:24,      151:21, 152:1,
 39:11, 40:10, 126:9,       pending [3] - 35:22,       perjured [1] - 108:7       83:9, 86:16, 105:11,      152:25, 155:17,
 132:10, 132:13,             35:23, 45:21              perjury [1] - 65:23        160:1, 170:8,             156:3, 156:5,
 137:11, 147:11,            people [113] - 9:3, 9:4,   permanent [3] - 30:23,     177:17, 177:18,           156:12, 156:18,
 147:12, 182:11              10:4, 10:14, 11:2,         131:5, 131:6              192:10, 192:11,           192:6, 203:21,
particularly [2] - 21:5,     11:8, 12:1, 12:16,        permission [1] - 69:15     192:16, 192:17,           210:8, 211:9, 216:2,
 164:21                      12:19, 13:5, 13:13,       permit [2] - 69:11,        197:16, 198:8,            217:11, 217:13,
parties [3] - 108:1,         13:16, 13:18, 14:2,        69:16                     213:7, 229:3, 231:24      219:8, 220:21,
 172:24, 228:14              14:5, 14:7, 16:6,         person [19] - 29:24,      placed [2] - 123:16,       225:22, 227:19,
partner [2] - 26:14,         16:24, 17:24, 18:6,        30:2, 30:17, 30:18,       127:19                    228:12, 232:17,
 161:3                       20:6, 21:22, 21:24,        34:8, 40:9, 43:10,       placing [1] - 119:10       232:24
Partners [1] - 26:11         22:3, 22:17, 25:1,         53:21, 90:10,            Plaintiff [1] - 4:2       Polk [15] - 4:12, 4:19,
partnership [1] -            25:21, 28:15, 29:16,       119:18, 164:13,          plaintiff [11] - 4:13,     5:14, 40:14, 49:25,
 160:14                      29:18, 30:6, 32:19,        181:8, 181:24,            4:15, 47:19, 122:6,       107:25, 156:17,
parts [1] - 200:2            33:21, 34:6, 37:19,        182:10, 183:10,           156:18, 186:2,            172:23, 183:21,
party [1] - 99:3             38:7, 39:3, 42:13,         207:22, 216:24,           192:6, 192:8,             185:11, 192:5,
pass [2] - 99:14, 138:8      42:14, 42:16, 42:18,       229:14                    194:18, 228:16,           223:1, 230:6,
passed [7] - 8:16,           42:23, 42:25, 43:22,      Persona [1] - 4:5          231:3                     230:21, 232:23
 27:22, 27:23, 64:11,        43:24, 45:14, 45:16,      personal [3] - 11:15,     plaintiffs [4] - 5:6,     Polk's [2] - 224:2,
 100:3, 141:6, 141:8         54:15, 62:11, 62:12,       41:14, 60:1               68:20, 192:25,            224:20
passenger [3] - 35:9,        82:5, 82:6, 90:8,         personally [4] - 22:3,     228:22                   Polk...........................
 35:20, 37:1                 90:15, 93:10, 98:20,       46:3, 144:25, 183:10     plant [1] - 41:3           ...................50 [1] -
past [10] - 30:5, 52:10,     130:10, 130:13,           personnel [2] -           plastic [2] - 37:10,       2:16
 63:13, 72:6, 99:14,         130:16, 143:15,            130:20, 134:21            39:6                     Polk...........................
 132:4, 139:24,              143:20, 145:4,            perspective [1] -         plated [1] - 94:14         ...................71 [1] -
 187:12, 209:19,             146:18, 157:17,            27:19                    play [4] - 54:10,          2:20
 210:13                      158:22, 159:1,            pertains [1] - 156:6       140:23, 221:24,          Polk...........................
patent [2] - 180:6,          159:2, 161:8, 162:4,      pester [1] - 162:5         222:1                     ..................113 [1] -
 180:9                       163:3, 163:22,            Phoenix [4] - 7:2,        playing [1] - 54:9         2:22
path [2] - 139:12,           164:10, 166:8,             9:19, 171:12, 235:8      pleasure [1] - 146:4      Polk...........................
 139:14                      166:11, 166:14,           phonetic [1] - 169:19     ploy [2] - 48:5            ..................122 [1] -
patient [7] - 7:8, 7:9,      166:15, 166:16,           photograph [1] -          plus [1] - 47:4            3:2
 7:13, 19:4, 20:8,           167:17, 168:7,             181:22                   pocket [1] - 12:12        Polk...........................
 20:11, 20:20                171:21, 172:9,            physical [6] - 10:10,                                ..................147 [1] -
                                                                                 point [19] - 17:18,
patiently [1] - 164:20       174:9, 175:1,              10:12, 11:17, 11:22,                                3:4
                                                                                  18:15, 20:11, 35:22,
patients [15] - 8:3, 9:7,    176:11, 176:16,            30:5, 37:18                                        Polk...........................
                                                                                  40:17, 54:19, 56:22,
 9:22, 9:24, 10:13,          177:1, 182:13,            physically [8] - 78:3,                               ..................203 [1] -
                                                                                  63:13, 64:19,
 10:20, 14:14, 16:4,         183:3, 183:15,             93:21, 129:21,                                      3:13
                                                                                  101:10, 124:11,
 20:1, 20:3, 20:8,           190:20, 190:25,            130:8, 130:14,                                     Polk...........................
                                                                                  160:19, 173:8,
 20:13, 20:15, 20:21,        196:5, 204:15,             131:18, 133:2,                                      ..................225 [1] -
                                                                                  187:12, 187:20,
 22:10                       207:10, 207:13,            134:12                                              3:9
                                                                                  191:21, 193:13,
patients' [1] - 16:5         212:1, 213:25,                                                                poll [1] - 230:24
                                                       physician [2] - 6:6,       223:23, 225:7
patrol [5] - 24:18,          214:6, 217:18,                                                                population [1] - 124:8
                                                        7:11                     poison [1] - 17:11
 24:21, 33:6, 33:9,          224:10, 224:21,                                                               porch [2] - 89:19,
                                                       piano [1] - 220:17        police [6] - 12:25,
 38:18                       224:24, 225:4,                                                                 89:21
                                                       pick [4] - 53:25, 54:4,    13:14, 21:24, 43:5,
patrolmen [1] - 24:22        226:6, 226:9,                                                                 pores [1] - 82:17
                                                        89:6, 222:25              61:1, 62:21
pawn [1] - 214:4             226:14, 226:17,                                                               posed [1] - 133:11
                                                       picked [3] - 10:22,       politics [1] - 147:15
                             226:19, 226:24,                                                               position [2] - 33:4,
pay [15] - 60:11,                                       53:24, 134:11            polk [1] - 50:3
                             227:1, 227:12                                                                  125:25
 60:13, 60:14, 93:15,                                  picking [4] - 11:25,      POLK [53] - 1:6, 1:24,
 94:1, 94:3, 112:23,        peoples' [1] - 17:13                                                           positive [4] - 139:1,
                                                        88:25, 89:5, 120:13       4:2, 4:20, 5:15, 50:2,
                            percent [9] - 138:13,

                                             M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                      Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                            19

 140:1, 140:5, 152:3      presented [4] - 11:18,     148:19                   223:24, 225:25,          provided [1] - 151:24
possessing [3] -           109:20, 109:23,          probes [1] - 30:16        226:2, 226:4,            providing [2] - 121:18,
 229:15, 230:1, 232:1      192:8                    problem [18] - 9:13,      226:25, 230:4, 230:6      169:11
possession [3] - 60:1,    presenting [3] - 10:13,    15:19, 16:12, 16:18,    professional [2] -        proving [1] - 9:20
 60:15, 61:1               10:14, 13:5               16:22, 27:10, 42:19,     15:17, 22:16             psychiatric [1] - 14:5
possibility [1] - 43:2    Presiding [1] - 146:1      126:10, 130:24,         professions [1] - 15:4    psychiatrists [2] -
possible [4] - 38:10,     pressure [3] - 11:1,       139:6, 139:8,           profit [2] - 213:15        131:1, 131:4
 39:24, 113:10, 198:4      11:3, 11:20               139:14, 143:9,          profusely [2] - 36:23,    psychosis [5] - 29:15,
possibly [2] - 38:2,      presumption [1] -          144:2, 148:6, 148:8,     74:18                     131:2, 132:8,
 48:5                      186:6                     148:17, 228:7           Program [1] - 124:6        135:24, 135:25
posted [1] - 35:10        pretty [27] - 43:20,      problems [12] - 20:15,   program [6] - 63:12,      Public [3] - 24:4, 24:8,
potency [5] - 46:20,       52:2, 52:25, 77:12,       40:8, 126:13, 129:9,     84:24, 85:1, 106:6,       24:11
 48:18, 49:15, 98:2,       82:4, 132:20,             168:4, 168:6, 171:7,     106:8, 106:11            public [8] - 21:7,
 98:4                      150:16, 159:2,            171:13, 177:1,          progressed [1] - 80:12     145:24, 146:7,
potent [2] - 226:9         159:4, 161:14,            189:21, 209:22,         prohibit [2] - 143:17,     153:1, 190:16,
Potpourri [1] - 229:18     164:7, 174:4, 174:5,      224:11                   143:20                    190:19, 213:18,
Powder [1] - 229:21        176:19, 180:14,          proceed [9] - 5:14,      prohibited [4] - 229:7,    213:19
power [1] - 104:10         182:8, 187:19,            5:17, 23:17, 71:4,       229:13, 229:25,          pulled [4] - 36:10,
powerful [3] - 47:5,       188:8, 191:19,            108:3, 108:22,           231:25                    161:22, 179:11,
 47:6, 79:20               196:2, 204:15,            110:20, 172:25,         prohibiting [1] -          197:9
preceding [1] - 100:18     204:19, 204:24,           184:3                    186:20                   pulses [1] - 135:24
predispose [1] - 11:5      220:16, 226:7,           proceeding [6] -         prohibits [3] - 192:12,   punishment [1] -
preface [1] - 10:13        227:12                    184:6, 184:11,           216:23, 229:5             104:22
prefer [2] - 23:2,        Pretty [1] - 180:15        184:13, 184:24,         project [1] - 137:21      purchase [7] - 34:16,
 230:25                   prevail [1] - 144:8        186:10, 186:11          pronounce [1] -            43:23, 95:2, 110:4,
Pregnant [1] - 111:14     prevent [4] - 20:20,      PROCEEDINGS [1] -         203:24                    120:1, 142:2, 143:23
Preliminary [10] -         20:23, 189:13,            1:17                    proof [2] - 114:18,       purchased [17] -
 192:11, 192:16,           189:17                   proceedings [5] -         172:10                    37:14, 37:16, 39:7,
 193:9, 228:16,           prevents [1] - 186:12      23:16, 50:6, 122:9,     proper [1] - 156:21        39:14, 81:24, 83:5,
 228:20, 230:2,           previous [1] - 137:9       155:6, 235:6            properly [1] - 17:16       84:13, 110:6, 110:9,
 230:14, 230:15,          previously [3] -          process [4] - 16:19,     property [6] - 60:1,       110:22, 115:20,
 231:24, 232:9             132:11, 137:14,           165:9, 223:13,           96:24, 111:20,            115:23, 116:1,
preliminary [3] - 4:18,    138:21                    227:17                   112:10, 112:11,           165:16, 170:15,
 4:22, 108:13             price [2] - 92:18,        producer [1] - 171:12     156:7                     177:14, 181:16
PRELIMINARY [1] -          92:24                    product [25] - 14:10,    Property [1] - 3:20       purchases [1] -
 1:18                     prices [2] - 175:19,       28:20, 47:7, 47:22,     proposition [1] - 49:4     196:23
prepared [2] - 72:19,      175:21                    48:3, 48:9, 48:18,      Propria [1] - 4:5         purchasing [4] -
 76:1                     principal [2] - 133:22,    49:11, 49:12, 79:3,     proprietor [3] -           49:12, 54:20, 83:7,
PREPARED [2] - 1:23        133:24                    82:1, 125:19,            179:13, 197:10,           93:9
                          privilege [2] - 155:19,    164:16, 165:8,           197:16                   purely [1] - 108:18
                           155:21                    166:9, 171:5,           prosecuted [2] - 63:4,    purpose [4] - 64:10,
                          Privilege [1] - 3:21       171:16, 171:22,          138:8                     97:7, 119:24, 190:14
                          privileges [1] - 113:7     190:5, 190:8,           protecting [1] -          purposely [1] - 231:18
                          probation [27] - 25:22,    191:13, 223:13,          141:18                   pursuant [2] - 151:23,
                           25:25, 52:21, 65:10,      223:15, 223:17,                                    229:22
                                                                             protest [9] - 61:8,
                           100:24, 101:1,            226:14                                            puss [2] - 12:12, 88:23
                                                                              61:17, 62:5, 69:9,
                           101:5, 104:14,           Productions [1] - 3:23    199:22, 217:15,          put [23] - 18:6, 18:16,
                           104:19, 113:3,           products [38] - 21:19,    218:24, 219:2,            37:1, 38:4, 57:22,
                           123:22, 123:24,           39:14, 48:24, 48:25,     219:14                    69:11, 73:15, 74:1,
prescribed [1] - 75:12     126:17, 127:24,           49:8, 81:23, 97:22,     protested [3] - 61:10,     74:10, 77:3, 83:24,
                           128:2, 128:3,             144:22, 162:12,          169:18, 169:23            96:12, 120:24,
prescription [3] -
                           131:19, 133:15,           162:22, 166:5,                                     128:4, 133:6, 146:6,
 66:9, 100:10, 100:12                                                        protesting [4] -
                           135:15, 135:17,           166:12, 167:1,                                     146:9, 163:25,
presence [4] - 4:14,                                                          169:20, 199:16,
                           137:21, 138:12,           167:16, 168:3,                                     167:23, 180:25,
 108:1, 140:7, 172:24                                                         218:5, 218:7
                           138:15, 139:3,            168:11, 168:12,                                    192:16, 226:5,
present [15] - 4:16,                                                         protocol [1] - 131:22
                           139:22, 139:23,           168:22, 173:22,                                    231:24
 9:12, 20:1, 51:21,                                                          prove [3] - 15:24,
                           142:22                    175:5, 182:18,                                    putting [3] - 29:7,
 68:21, 110:17,                                                               64:2, 186:4
                          Probation [8] - 123:4,     188:18, 188:20,                                    82:21, 193:5
 114:10, 131:14,                                                             provide [6] - 120:16,
                           123:11, 123:16,           189:8, 189:11,                                    PV [1] - 47:19
 141:17, 141:22,                                                              194:2, 221:8,
                           127:19, 130:5,            191:7, 191:12,                                    PVP [1] - 152:3
 155:6, 192:4, 192:9,                                                         222:17, 222:23,
                           130:9, 130:21,            192:13, 207:20,
 193:19, 193:20                                                               229:10
                                                     213:13, 220:6,

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                20

           Q               190:20                    recent [3] - 25:5,          223:24                   report [8] - 25:22,
                          ran [1] - 105:3             34:15, 48:22              regulated [2] - 143:25,    45:25, 62:21,
                          ranches [1] - 158:17       recently [7] - 48:6,        225:8                     150:22, 152:1,
quaint [1] - 216:8        range [1] - 124:14          73:3, 124:16,             regulation [1] - 225:11    152:17, 189:1
qualify [1] - 162:7       rapid [1] - 28:22           124:20, 150:16,           rehab [1] - 101:13        reported [3] - 34:21,
quality [1] - 46:19       rapidly [1] - 76:14         169:16, 171:24            rehabilitate [2] -         34:23, 147:24
quantify [1] - 137:7      rare [1] - 28:14           receptor [1] - 19:11        139:7, 139:11            reporter [1] - 195:3
quasi [2] - 43:15,        raspberry [2] - 41:4,      recess [11] - 44:16,       rehabilitating [1] -      Reporter [2] - 1:24,
 226:12                    41:13                      44:20, 107:17,             142:1                     235:4
quasi-legal [2] -         rate [2] - 11:3, 148:16     107:21, 107:23,           rehabilitation [1] -      REPORTER'S [1] -
 43:15, 226:12            rates [2] - 10:25, 11:21    157:3, 172:18,             139:14                    1:17
questioned [2] -          rather [2] - 37:8,          172:22, 183:25,           relate [2] - 188:2,       reporting [2] - 152:2,
 148:5, 197:22             226:11                     184:1                      188:3                     152:3
questioning [4] -         rational [1] - 54:17       recipes [1] - 223:21       related [3] - 42:15,      reports [3] - 22:13,
 108:10, 108:11,          Ray [4] - 70:11, 70:13,    recognition [1] -           123:12, 184:18            172:9
 128:14, 187:23            70:15, 72:25               36:17                     relating [2] - 149:11,    represent [6] - 21:6,
questions [33] - 17:12,   ray [1] - 70:14            recognize [8] - 80:20,      186:23                    29:19, 29:23, 37:20,
 17:13, 21:10, 21:18,     react [1] - 95:2            83:20, 84:11, 105:8,      relationship [3] -         41:21, 189:19
 23:8, 42:1, 45:3,        reaction [1] - 103:2        196:11, 211:20,            125:10, 125:18,          representing [1] -
 49:21, 68:10, 68:15,     read [4] - 25:5, 29:5,      211:24, 212:1              132:15                    156:22
 70:21, 110:15,            147:19, 229:7             recommended [1] -          release [1] - 33:16       request [1] - 192:9
 113:13, 114:19,          ready [4] - 44:22,          35:11                     released [1] - 100:20     required [1] - 146:6
 120:25, 121:20,                                     record [18] - 6:2, 24:2,   relevant [1] - 217:10     research [3] - 33:16,
                           108:3, 159:9, 194:6
 121:21, 146:21,                                      40:15, 44:21,             rely [1] - 224:5           136:18, 137:20
                          real [8] - 17:19, 22:19,
 184:16, 184:17,                                      107:24, 108:7,            remain [3] - 192:16,      reside [1] - 157:19
                           86:12, 105:14,
 185:2, 185:13,                                       153:1, 157:16,             225:16, 233:1            residency [1] - 7:3
                           157:17, 162:7,
 185:20, 186:22,                                      172:23, 183:20,           remaining [1] - 161:25    residing [1] - 51:7
                           163:6, 225:4
 187:16, 188:2,                                       184:2, 185:3,             remarkable [1] -          resist [2] - 85:7, 103:4
                          realize [1] - 57:25
 191:25, 194:17,                                      185:10, 210:5,
                          realized [2] - 51:19,                                  216:11                   resisting [1] - 30:17
 210:3, 225:23,                                       210:6, 210:7,
                           60:5                                                 remember [41] -           resolved [1] - 131:4
 227:20, 232:7                                        222:25, 229:7
                          really [44] - 9:20,                                    43:15, 77:6, 98:14,      resource [1] - 20:3
quick [3] - 86:11,                                   records [1] - 152:5
                           10:22, 14:18, 16:15,                                  112:11, 112:17,          resources [5] - 9:8,
 86:12, 105:14                                       recreation [2] - 25:1,
                           17:15, 18:2, 19:21,                                   121:10, 165:20,           130:24, 131:8,
Quick [1] - 47:19                                     27:20                      169:8, 170:11,
                           21:17, 26:16, 28:14,                                                            131:10, 131:12
quickly [4] - 27:7,                                  recreational [1] - 25:6     183:1, 196:10,
                           32:21, 34:2, 49:18,                                                            respect [8] - 117:22,
 34:2, 127:15, 231:1                                 red [2] - 87:7, 177:6       196:15, 197:8,
                           53:5, 53:6, 53:10,                                                              123:15, 124:1,
quit [2] - 169:23,                                   Red [1] - 109:15            197:12, 197:25,
                           54:4, 61:24, 62:10,                                                             125:9, 126:14,
 179:16                                              redirect [8] - 23:9,        198:14, 198:20,
                           64:2, 73:10, 78:5,                                                              128:15, 129:10,
quite [11] - 15:21,        81:13, 81:15, 92:16,       46:6, 70:22, 110:16,       198:23, 199:3,            149:18
 16:23, 17:14, 52:11,      93:14, 96:15, 100:2,       113:15, 146:23,            199:7, 199:8,            respirator [1] - 18:17
 54:1, 66:20, 101:25,      124:4, 149:8,              194:19, 219:9              199:17, 199:25,          respond [3] - 134:22,
 167:20, 198:3,            150:24, 165:3,            Reese [1] - 159:25          201:8, 202:12,            185:17, 230:23
 200:15, 200:16            166:12, 174:11,           refer [1] - 42:21           202:23, 212:17,          responded [1] - 147:3
                           176:11, 197:15,           reference [2] - 61:13,      212:19, 212:21,          response [2] - 8:9,
           R               205:24, 207:19,            213:2                      214:11, 214:16,           21:2
                           217:9, 224:10,            referred [4] - 17:11,       216:6, 216:8,            responsibility [1] -
                           225:2, 232:11              73:23, 79:4, 229:16        216:11, 216:16,           123:9
R.P.R [2] - 1:24,
                          reason [9] - 43:4,         referring [8] - 37:5,       216:18, 216:19,          responsible [2] -
 235:14
                           116:6, 116:9,              148:2, 171:11,             216:20, 217:23,           224:17, 224:21
racing [1] - 135:24
                           117:17, 117:19,            185:4, 186:15, 187:2       219:16, 220:7            responsibly [11] -
rack [1] - 174:23
                           118:7, 129:5,             refuse [1] - 106:17        remembered [1] -           43:1, 43:23, 46:12,
radar [2] - 125:25,
                           178:17, 214:10            regard [1] - 139:15         214:21                    46:14, 46:16, 49:5,
 128:11
                          reasonable [1] - 13:7      regarding [1] - 36:3       remembering [1] -          49:7, 49:19, 91:12,
radically [1] - 186:1
                          reasonably [3] - 10:9,     regards [1] - 202:21        216:3                     189:25, 191:1
raise [1] - 189:25
                           216:24, 223:15            Regional [2] - 6:8,        reminding [1] - 194:21    rested [1] - 192:25
raised [2] - 158:7,
                          Rebel [1] - 83:7            188:15                    removing [1] - 39:5       restrain [5] - 17:25,
 158:9
                          rebuttal [1] - 228:11      register [1] - 34:2        rent [1] - 160:22          18:1, 22:9, 130:8,
raising [1] - 50:23
                          receive [3] - 98:17,       regular [1] - 48:3         rephrase [2] - 125:12,     131:9
rally [2] - 158:19,
                           231:8, 231:11             regularly [1] - 173:9       219:5                    restrained [1] - 12:20
 158:20
                          received [3] - 35:16,      regulate [4] - 189:8,      replacement [1] -         restraining [1] -
ramming [1] - 130:1
                           63:10, 101:13              190:12, 223:23,            162:18                    129:20
rampant [2] - 16:22,

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                            21

Restraining [8] -         Rules [1] - 151:23         97:10, 97:19, 99:10,    212:18, 213:11,            122:6, 122:22,
  191:3, 191:15,          ruling [2] - 228:25,       99:11, 100:9,           215:14, 220:5,             157:17, 181:6,
  192:10, 192:12,          230:10                    100:11, 101:17,         229:21                     182:12, 183:9
  228:24, 229:1,          run [9] - 9:15, 17:2,      102:12, 102:14,        salts [1] - 109:13         SCOTT [3] - 4:5,
  229:4, 229:11            17:3, 28:17, 90:6,        103:1, 103:21,         salvia [1] - 126:3          122:8, 156:25
restraint [1] - 19:22      133:18, 133:19,           105:6, 105:23,         Samaritan [1] - 17:3       scrambled [1] -
restroom [1] - 88:21       133:20, 195:19            106:15, 106:19,                                    160:18
rests [1] - 192:6         running [8] - 12:22,       106:21, 106:25,                                   scrambling [1] -
result [9] - 13:10,        124:5, 124:6, 145:4,      110:4, 110:22,                                     160:21
  13:12, 34:11, 45:5,      147:13, 147:15,           112:24, 115:20,                                   scratch [2] - 89:2,
  45:10, 45:20, 89:7,      147:18, 190:20            116:1, 117:1,                                      224:8
  188:18, 188:20          rush [4] - 180:8,          117:24, 120:1,                                    scratching [2] - 88:24,
resulted [2] - 11:22,      198:17, 216:10,           120:9, 125:23,                                     177:5
  35:6                     222:11                    126:4, 127:21,                                    screen [2] - 9:15, 9:17
retail [1] - 107:12                                  128:5, 128:10,                                    screwdriver [1] -
retailing [1] - 165:3                S               128:11, 128:16,                                    102:18
retire [2] - 204:9,                                  128:19, 128:22,                                   scrub [1] - 158:25
  204:11                                             129:7, 129:20,                                    scruples [1] - 189:14
                          sad [2] - 105:5, 225:3     135:3, 137:10,
retired [1] - 204:8                                                                                    search [2] - 166:4,
                          saddles [1] - 160:5        139:16, 139:23,
retirement [1] - 206:5                                                                                  167:20
                          safe [4] - 41:16, 41:19,   140:4, 140:5, 140:7,
reverses [1] - 19:10                                                                                   seat [1] - 228:10
                           43:10, 61:24              140:15, 141:2,
RICO [1] - 137:19                                                                                      second [8] - 39:16,
                          Safety [3] - 24:5, 24:8,   141:5, 141:10,
rid [3] - 59:14, 59:15,                                                                                 151:19, 152:25,
                           24:11                     141:17, 141:21,        sat [3] - 159:24, 160:4,
  141:10                                                                                                172:12, 172:15,
                          safety [6] - 21:7,         142:17, 143:1,          188:12
ride [3] - 36:14, 92:3,                                                                                 184:15, 209:20,
                           37:21, 41:22,             143:5, 144:11,         saves [1] - 214:3
  92:23                                                                                                 210:5
                           131:14, 141:17,           145:7, 145:15,         saw [21] - 26:1, 26:17,
Rider [1] - 33:7                                                                                       secondary [1] - 13:18
                           141:22                    145:22, 148:1,          28:14, 32:5, 47:21,
rightfully [1] - 214:12                                                                                seconds [2] - 31:3,
                          sale [7] - 8:7, 8:8,       148:13, 150:13,         53:6, 53:8, 90:8,
ring [1] - 55:19                                                                                        31:5
                           186:12, 186:20,           152:14, 152:18,         102:21, 102:25,
risk [1] - 11:9                                                                                        Section [4] - 229:23
                           187:1, 188:3, 189:18      161:15, 161:16,         129:24, 149:22,
risks [2] - 188:19,                                                                                    sedate [8] - 13:3,
                          sales [2] - 47:19,         161:18, 162:2,          150:15, 168:2,
  190:9                                                                                                 17:25, 18:1, 18:13,
                           161:6                     162:18, 165:15,         168:3, 177:15,
Road [1] - 231:4                                                                                        22:9, 129:22,
                          Salt [2] - 81:23, 93:14    167:8, 167:11,          181:11, 214:13,
road [3] - 51:21,                                                                                       129:23, 133:10
                          Salts [219] - 10:2,        167:14, 167:18,         214:14, 215:16
  91:19, 159:14                                                                                        sedated [1] - 133:9
                           12:8, 13:10, 14:2,        168:12, 168:17,        saxophones [1] -
ROBERT [3] - 23:15,                                                                                    sedation [1] - 19:21
                           22:5, 22:17, 25:11,       169:11, 169:14,         220:15
  50:6, 71:2                                                                                           see [68] - 6:19, 9:4,
                           31:18, 37:3, 37:6,        169:21, 169:24,        scared [2] - 90:16,
Robert [5] - 2:10,                                                                                      10:10, 10:17, 10:20,
                           42:15, 45:24, 52:1,       170:1, 170:3,           104:10
  2:19, 24:3, 51:3,                                                                                     10:21, 10:24, 11:24,
                           52:13, 52:18, 52:23,      170:15, 170:18,        scarring [1] - 89:7
  71:14                                                                                                 13:16, 18:24, 24:24,
                           53:6, 53:13, 53:16,       174:19, 174:20,
Rolling [1] - 158:20                                                        scary [1] - 90:12           26:12, 29:14, 30:3,
                           53:25, 54:3, 54:18,       176:9, 176:24,
Ron [2] - 160:25,                                                           scenario [1] - 20:5         32:16, 43:22, 54:10,
                           54:20, 57:16, 59:21,      177:8, 177:14,
  161:22                                                                    scene [6] - 33:16,          56:20, 60:6, 69:17,
                           61:12, 61:13, 61:15,      178:1, 178:10,
room [19] - 6:6, 9:12,                                                       35:7, 35:15, 39:5,         83:17, 86:5, 87:7,
                           62:15, 65:2, 66:24,       178:18, 179:16,
  10:15, 17:17, 20:17,                                                       126:4, 128:13              88:17, 89:23, 89:24,
                           66:25, 67:6, 69:20,       179:17, 181:4,
  52:17, 53:14, 64:1,                                                       school [26] - 6:24,         90:2, 93:23, 94:13,
                           70:15, 74:12, 75:14,      181:9, 181:12,
  73:18, 74:3, 75:2,                                                         6:25, 53:10, 85:9,         99:6, 102:14,
                           78:14, 78:16, 78:19,      181:16, 181:18,
  102:18, 134:19,                                                            85:19, 85:21, 86:2,        106:15, 125:18,
                           78:23, 79:1, 79:4,        181:24, 182:16,
  163:24, 163:25,                                                            86:6, 86:23, 86:25,        126:14, 126:15,
                           79:5, 79:6, 79:8,         182:17, 182:25,
  164:4, 188:13,                                                             87:10, 87:12, 88:5,        128:7, 129:10,
                           79:10, 79:21, 80:1,       183:6, 183:11,
  190:3, 226:21                                                              116:7, 116:10,             129:12, 152:15,
                           80:5, 81:10, 81:14,       184:6, 184:18,
rooms [2] - 15:10,                                                           133:18, 133:19,            153:23, 154:7,
                           81:17, 82:15, 82:21,      185:3, 186:16,
  15:11                                                                      133:20, 133:22,            159:15, 163:5,
                           83:5, 83:8, 83:23,        186:23, 188:15,
rough [1] - 123:17                                                           133:24, 133:25,            163:14, 168:18,
                           84:14, 84:23, 85:11,      197:19, 198:12,
Route [3] - 35:1, 35:4,                                                      134:6, 134:17,             172:1, 172:3, 172:8,
                           85:17, 86:3, 86:6,        200:7, 209:9,
  38:20                                                                      147:10, 211:11,            172:10, 187:22,
                           86:9, 86:17, 86:20,       209:11, 209:13,
                                                                             212:9                      188:25, 190:13,
rule [1] - 128:2           86:23, 88:10, 88:11,      209:15, 209:18,
                                                                            scientific [2] - 15:25,     190:20, 190:21,
Rule [1] - 151:23          88:14, 90:18, 91:10,      210:9, 210:15,
                                                                             17:15                      204:25, 205:2,
ruled [1] - 191:17         91:11, 91:16, 91:25,      210:17, 210:19,
                                                                            scope [1] - 220:21          206:11, 206:14,
rules [2] - 22:22,         92:5, 93:3, 94:4,         210:21, 212:4,
                                                                            Scott [8] - 3:1, 3:7,       206:16, 206:19,
  194:23                   94:23, 95:14, 97:9,       212:10, 212:12,
                                                                                                        206:25, 211:16,
                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                                  22

 215:14, 215:16,            seller [1] - 182:24        serve [1] - 146:1          Sheriff [1] - 69:14        sight [2] - 83:20,
 225:6                      selling [50] - 61:22,      served [3] - 6:19, 63:7,   Sheriff's [2] - 43:7,       84:11
seeing [44] - 10:18,         62:2, 143:17,              230:25                     69:12                     sign [6] - 109:3, 109:6,
 10:19, 11:11, 14:7,         143:20, 144:22,           Service [1] - 69:11        shift [1] - 36:7            113:20, 114:2,
 15:16, 16:18, 26:4,         151:8, 160:16,            service [1] - 123:11       shifts [1] - 147:22         166:20, 207:24
 26:8, 26:10, 28:12,         161:16, 161:18,           Services [12] - 122:24,    Shop [1] - 121:4           signed [1] - 66:15
 32:5, 33:21, 33:25,         168:21, 169:20,            123:9, 124:23,            shop [54] - 55:3, 55:5,    significant [5] - 9:22,
 34:5, 34:7, 43:8,           169:23, 170:23,            126:1, 126:13,             56:1, 56:2, 57:6,          124:24, 124:25,
 74:18, 74:19, 77:7,         171:5, 176:24,             133:18, 133:19,            60:20, 61:4, 61:8,         141:17, 141:22
 86:2, 90:14, 91:1,          179:16, 185:15,            136:2, 141:23,             61:10, 61:15, 61:18,      signs [13] - 10:24,
 124:17, 126:2,              187:11, 189:13,            148:19, 148:22,            61:21, 79:1, 83:7,         61:8, 61:10, 61:11,
 126:9, 126:19,              191:8, 191:13,             148:23                     83:23, 86:21, 91:17,       62:5, 62:14, 93:16,
 129:19, 130:2,              192:13, 197:17,           services [4] - 123:8,       91:18, 93:10, 93:12,       113:22, 113:23,
 130:7, 131:5,               197:18, 197:25,            123:11, 123:19,            109:17, 113:21,            217:20, 217:21,
 133:15, 135:23,             198:11, 200:6,             134:25                     113:22, 114:2,             217:22, 217:23
 137:10, 138:1,              207:11, 209:12,           set [9] - 10:11, 13:23,     114:8, 114:12,            silverware [1] - 74:3
 138:23, 149:18,             210:12, 212:3,             13:24, 158:24,             114:15, 115:7,            similar [8] - 11:4,
 149:22, 181:22,             212:17, 212:20,            160:1, 193:10,             115:12, 115:16,            26:19, 29:10, 34:4,
 188:18, 189:2,              212:21, 213:1,             221:21, 221:24             116:15, 117:1,             40:21, 104:3, 139:15
 214:21, 216:10,             213:7, 213:9, 218:8,      setting [3] - 47:1,         117:3, 119:21,            simple [1] - 29:5
 228:7                       218:12, 218:17,            133:1, 151:5               127:24, 144:3,            simply [2] - 140:22,
seek [2] - 54:10, 69:12      225:25, 226:2,            Seven [1] - 173:12          162:6, 162:7, 162:9,       189:23
seem [8] - 121:13,           226:14, 226:25,           seven [10] - 64:16,         162:10, 208:11,           single [1] - 80:2
 127:17, 135:13,             227:5, 229:15,             80:6, 130:13,              210:21, 213:20,           sister [8] - 61:9,
 142:22, 155:5,              229:25, 232:3              139:23, 149:11,            214:4, 215:7, 215:8,       64:13, 102:5, 103:7,
 176:20, 189:24,            sells [2] - 86:17, 212:7    173:11, 173:13,            215:9, 216:7,              104:13, 105:13,
 225:3                      seminars [1] - 25:5         183:15, 217:19,            217:15, 218:8              159:13
seeps [1] - 82:16           send [5] - 9:18, 9:19,      218:25                    shops [10] - 82:4,         sister-in-law [1] -
select [1] - 41:12           40:3, 171:18, 230:11      seventeen [1] - 71:16       106:19, 107:12,            159:13
self [8] - 11:22, 15:5,     send-out [1] - 9:18        seventy [1] - 139:24        129:1, 135:21,            sit [5] - 89:22, 130:16,
 20:15, 139:4,              sending [1] - 140:8        seventy-four [1] -          143:14, 144:20,            134:6, 176:13, 182:1
 151:22, 153:1,             sends [1] - 30:15           139:24                     146:16, 168:20,           site [1] - 12:11
 155:18, 156:6              sense [2] - 135:20,        several [12] - 15:18,       227:5                     sites [1] - 165:15
self-admitted [1] -          144:8                      17:3, 18:4, 27:7,         short [1] - 223:15         sitting [8] - 32:11,
 139:4                      sent [3] - 39:3, 39:17,     30:25, 31:2, 31:17,       shortly [1] - 141:8         164:3, 164:19,
self-authenticating          228:21                     31:19, 32:4, 37:10,       show [6] - 89:10,           174:23, 179:12,
 [4] - 151:22, 153:1,       sentence [1] - 98:18        38:22, 39:2                115:2, 115:8,              182:5, 197:8, 228:4
 155:18, 156:6              separate [5] - 22:16,      severe [10] - 18:2,         115:14, 158:25,           situation [1] - 20:7
self-education [1] -         151:7, 181:7, 181:23       18:5, 18:24, 73:18,        172:9                     six [11] - 6:14, 103:14,
 15:5                       September [21] - 81:3,      143:9, 143:11,            SHOW [1] - 1:18             114:1, 124:7,
self-harm [1] - 11:22        81:9, 84:8, 84:20,         148:6, 148:7, 148:9,      showed [5] - 39:15,         130:13, 167:10,
self-inflicted [1] -         85:3, 85:13, 96:3,         148:17                     57:9, 138:7, 145:5,        170:15, 178:2,
 20:15                       98:12, 98:15, 100:8,      shackles [2] - 72:2,        203:3                      184:19, 217:19,
sell [42] - 21:19, 81:22,    101:13, 106:7,             72:10                     shower [1] - 103:6          218:25
 107:12, 109:12,             170:10, 228:17,           shadows [1] - 90:9         showing [4] - 41:15,       sixteen [1] - 114:9
 117:18, 143:15,             228:22, 228:25,           shall [1] - 128:3           109:20, 177:7,            sixth [1] - 126:6
 144:4, 144:6, 144:7,        229:6, 230:19,            shame [1] - 44:3            190:21                    skill [1] - 235:7
 160:2, 162:14,              231:15, 231:22,           shape [4] - 108:8,         shows [1] - 152:17         skin [17] - 10:21,
 166:24, 167:21,             235:9                      159:2, 180:14,            shut [2] - 225:10,          10:23, 11:25, 12:1,
 168:21, 169:24,            Sergeant [4] - 23:14,       180:15                     225:12                     12:2, 12:3, 12:9,
 173:22, 173:24,             24:1, 46:11, 47:18        share [1] - 22:21          sic [8] - 113:9, 121:11,    13:18, 14:8, 53:24,
 174:5, 174:22,             sergeant [5] - 24:4,       sheet [2] - 171:14,         124:18, 146:1,             53:25, 54:4, 88:25,
 175:6, 178:13,              24:12, 24:15, 33:3,        171:16                     179:19, 202:1,             89:2, 129:25, 136:8
 182:16, 196:3,              37:17                     Sheila [5] - 4:12,          202:2, 219:14             skulls [1] - 160:5
 200:23, 201:20,            series [1] - 27:16          107:24, 224:2,            sic) [1] - 193:18          slanted [1] - 190:22
 202:18, 206:22,            serious [3] - 39:2,         224:20, 225:19            side [9] - 7:7, 16:3,      sleep [3] - 53:17,
 207:17, 209:13,             64:20, 188:19             SHEILA [3] - 1:6, 1:24,     35:5, 90:6, 190:23,        89:20, 104:7
 209:15, 213:20,            seriously [2] - 45:16,      4:2                        190:24, 190:25,           slept [1] - 74:20
 214:6, 219:3, 219:4,        158:22                    shelf [2] - 174:23,         217:25, 223:11            slightly [4] - 11:13,
 219:6, 220:4, 220:5,       servant [2] - 145:25,       210:14                    sides [1] - 184:5           11:16, 14:20, 161:22
 220:13, 220:14,             146:7                                                sideways [1] - 40:17
                                                       shelves [1] - 228:1                                   slip [1] - 126:19
 221:2, 227:9

                                             M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                      Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                              23

slipped [1] - 189:22      something's [1] -          25:10, 25:13, 25:16,    189:5, 191:7, 206:8,        166:8, 166:9,
small [4] - 33:6, 41:6,    28:19                     25:17, 25:18, 26:2,     206:10, 206:14,             166:11, 166:15,
 224:3, 227:12            sometime [1] - 170:10      26:14, 26:17, 27:24,    206:16, 206:19,             171:21, 188:25,
smaller [1] - 222:6       sometimes [5] -            31:14, 33:8, 33:13,     206:25, 207:17,             195:22, 210:18
smell [1] - 82:13          13:13, 47:5, 89:21,       34:24, 35:21, 39:6,     209:7, 212:4,              starting [4] - 15:23,
Smith [1] - 99:24          100:10, 133:9             42:14, 42:18, 45:14,    212:10, 213:9,              134:7, 151:14,
smoke [15] - 61:4,        somewhere [1] -            45:20, 52:1, 52:13,     218:8, 218:17,              167:17
 82:4, 83:7, 84:16,        167:11                    52:23, 53:3, 53:5,      219:3, 219:6,              state [15] - 6:1, 18:24,
 86:11, 98:1, 135:21,                                53:7, 54:20, 57:16,     223:22, 224:4,              22:2, 22:4, 24:1,
 144:20, 146:16,                                     66:23, 66:25, 67:7,     229:18                      24:19, 27:8, 29:7,
 162:6, 162:7,                                       75:15, 76:8, 76:18,    spike [1] - 129:19           32:4, 41:23, 50:4,
 163:21, 167:4,                                      76:22, 77:7, 77:10,    sprang [1] - 126:4           73:9, 73:10, 139:2,
 174:9, 176:5                                        77:16, 77:19, 78:2,    sprayed [1] - 41:9           157:15
Smoke [13] - 48:19,                                  78:9, 78:12, 78:13,    Sprinklezz [1] -            State [14] - 5:5, 23:14,
 54:25, 55:1, 55:8,                                  81:12, 81:13, 81:15,    229:18                      27:7, 35:1, 35:4,
 83:10, 83:12, 83:15,                                81:16, 82:3, 82:11,    spurs [1] - 160:5            38:20, 68:19,
 86:8, 86:14, 86:21,                                 83:1, 83:5, 83:6,      staff [8] - 12:25, 20:4,     140:25, 186:2,
 91:17, 121:4, 160:11                                83:23, 84:15, 84:17,    20:17, 130:20,              186:3, 189:8,
smoked [6] - 82:23,                                  85:10, 86:17, 86:20,    133:12, 133:14,             192:14, 230:14
 83:3, 145:22,            soon [4] - 85:12,          87:1, 87:2, 87:3,       144:11, 150:22             STATE [1] - 1:1
 163:23, 176:6, 189:5      85:16, 94:2, 164:7        87:8, 88:8, 91:25,     stage [3] - 158:16,         State's [1] - 5:3
Smoking [7] - 161:12,     sores [1] - 53:20          92:5, 92:10, 92:11,     158:22, 159:1              statement [17] - 10:5,
 161:13, 175:10,          sorry [14] - 12:6, 17:8,   97:20, 99:10, 99:12,   staged [1] - 62:5            28:23, 31:22, 34:18,
 175:11, 176:1, 176:4      44:11, 50:1, 65:1,        99:21, 110:22,         stand [6] - 108:2,           40:22, 108:12,
smoking [7] - 83:6,        104:17, 154:12,           115:20, 116:1,          130:21, 156:19,             108:14, 108:15,
 84:18, 87:6, 175:7,       159:19, 175:20,           125:22, 126:3,          156:22, 222:24,             108:16, 108:17,
 182:5, 197:9, 226:11      183:23, 194:13,           126:12, 126:14,         225:17                      169:17, 170:17,
smoothly [1] - 98:1        223:8                     126:20, 126:23,        stand-by [1] - 130:21        178:1, 178:5,
snort [1] - 167:4         sort [4] - 18:21, 41:3,    127:11, 127:21,        standardized [1] -           198:11, 199:1,
snorted [1] - 82:23        113:22, 130:4             127:23, 128:5,          19:21                       222:16
                          sorts [2] - 74:17,         128:8, 128:15,         stands [1] - 143:21         statements [1] - 224:3
sob [1] - 134:12
                           131:8                     128:19, 129:7,         stared [2] - 103:3,         states [1] - 10:18
sober [2] - 101:19,
                          sounds [3] - 186:25,       137:9, 137:14,          103:4                      States [2] - 77:25,
 139:12
                           187:2, 203:25             137:16, 138:2,                                      180:9
sobriety [1] - 36:18                                                        start [22] - 25:13, 26:4,
                          source [1] - 185:19        138:10, 138:13,                                    station [1] - 115:4
sold [48] - 8:5, 21:5,                                                       26:8, 28:8, 65:25,
                          south [1] - 85:20          138:14, 138:15,                                    statistics [1] - 125:3
 25:24, 48:9, 58:12,                                                         76:6, 76:18, 77:1,
                                                     138:17, 138:19,                                    status [1] - 25:25
 79:7, 81:21, 82:5,       South [1] - 85:25                                  85:17, 89:5, 90:25,
                                                     138:21, 139:1,                                     statute [7] - 28:2,
 82:11, 110:25,           southeast [1] - 15:23                              91:4, 103:19, 106:7,
                                                     139:4, 139:25,                                      28:5, 29:11, 32:9,
 111:8, 111:10,           southern [1] - 158:14                              107:18, 114:7,
                                                     140:2, 141:16,                                      32:23, 33:12, 36:21
 111:25, 112:7,           space [1] - 6:3                                    134:9, 136:9,
                                                     141:20, 142:17,
 112:10, 121:9,           span [3] - 123:8,                                  148:16, 161:18,            Statutes [1] - 39:15
                                                     144:12, 145:15,
 127:24, 150:12,           123:17, 148:18                                    165:7, 193:4               statutes [4] - 8:15,
                                                     145:22, 148:13,
 160:4, 162:25,           speaking [1] - 123:20                             started [60] - 4:19,         27:15, 28:4, 141:3
                                                     161:15, 161:16,
 166:19, 168:11,          spearheaded [1] -                                  4:23, 15:22, 16:18,        statutory [1] - 36:21
                                                     161:18, 162:2,
 168:12, 170:1,            27:8                                              20:12, 26:10, 26:12,       stay [16] - 15:13,
                                                     162:9, 162:19,
 170:2, 178:13,           specialty [1] - 15:10                              36:22, 37:3, 51:12,         52:25, 64:13, 74:4,
                                                     162:25, 163:4,
 179:17, 181:2,           specific [5] - 34:20,                              53:20, 55:19, 59:21,        78:11, 79:25,
                                                     163:6, 163:12,
 181:4, 181:8,             34:23, 131:22,                                    66:1, 66:4, 66:22,          100:18, 101:24,
                                                     163:15, 165:3,
 181:12, 181:20,           144:25, 199:17                                    66:23, 77:7, 78:6,          101:25, 102:1,
                                                     165:15, 165:22,
 183:6, 183:10,           specifically [8] -                                 79:2, 79:8, 79:10,          124:14, 124:16,
                                                     167:6, 167:16,
 184:18, 184:23,           39:20, 40:2, 57:15,                               80:2, 83:8, 86:2,           124:19, 159:19,
                                                     168:17, 169:9,
 185:2, 185:3,             57:21, 57:24,                                     88:14, 90:14, 90:22,        224:9, 227:12
                                                     169:11, 170:20,
 185:24, 186:24,           125:21, 129:10,                                   93:5, 94:7, 94:20,         stayed [3] - 80:5,
                                                     170:21, 170:23,
 191:22, 196:6,            185:24                                            95:1, 101:19, 102:4,        102:2, 138:21
                                                     171:2, 174:10,
 198:2, 198:5,            spell [3] - 6:1, 24:1,                             102:12, 102:17,            staying [3] - 15:5,
                                                     174:17, 174:21,
 209:18, 215:4             157:15                                            104:8, 108:14,              101:19, 138:24
                                                     175:18, 176:7,
sole [1] - 4:16           spend [2] - 129:15,                                116:15, 126:2,             steal [2] - 175:3, 175:4
                                                     181:4, 181:8,
someone [7] - 10:9,        142:15                                            126:3, 126:15,             stealing [4] - 56:13,
                                                     182:11, 182:17,
 27:19, 49:4, 75:2,       spent [2] - 148:22,                                126:19, 128:12,             98:12, 111:4, 116:22
                                                     184:6, 184:18,
 89:25, 111:23,            158:13                                            129:12, 129:14,
                                                     185:2, 186:16,
 174:16                   Spice [171] - 8:3, 10:2,                           139:19, 149:13,
                                                     186:23, 188:16,
                                                                             163:6, 163:10,
                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
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                            144:25, 189:4                    176:1, 176:3               185:20, 186:13,          switch [1] - 31:11
                           Store [2] - 155:19,              strictly [3] - 34:12,       187:4, 188:4,            switched [1] - 8:16
                            156:8                            162:9, 195:22              189:18, 192:17           switching [1] - 127:5
                           store [59] - 39:7,               striking [1] - 35:12       success [1] - 141:25      sworn [15] - 5:21,
                            81:21, 109:10,                  string [2] - 220:23        sudden [1] - 133:15        23:15, 23:21, 50:5,
                            109:12, 109:18,                 strings [3] - 162:17,      suddenly [1] - 135:12      50:10, 71:2, 71:8,
                            109:21, 109:24,                  221:18, 221:21            suffer [1] - 131:13        122:8, 122:14,
                            110:23, 111:1,                  stroke [2] - 11:9,         suffering [3] - 13:16,     156:25, 157:8,
                            111:8, 159:25,                   20:16                      54:12, 133:25             194:14, 195:10,
                            160:13, 161:9,                  strong [1] - 28:22         suggest [1] - 224:13       223:3, 223:5
                            162:1, 163:12,                  stronger [1] - 92:12       suggesting [1] - 230:5    symptomology [1] -
Steve [2] - 156:7,          169:18, 171:1,                  struck [2] - 35:14,        suicidal [1] - 136:3       137:18
 156:13                     174:16, 177:5,                   38:25                     suicide [3] - 64:11,      symptoms [10] -
Steven [1] - 3:19           177:12, 178:4,                  structure [1] - 26:19       102:5, 102:6              10:10, 10:11, 10:12,
stick [1] - 26:5            178:6, 178:9,                   studies [1] - 17:3         suite [1] - 231:4          10:17, 14:4, 18:21,
sticks [1] - 89:24          179:11, 181:25,                 study [6] - 139:15,        suited [1] - 24:23         37:17, 37:19,
still [43] - 14:3, 14:7,    182:1, 189:15,                   139:18, 139:20,           SULLIVAN [3] - 1:6,        135:23, 136:1
 22:8, 25:24, 25:25,        195:19, 195:20,                  139:21, 141:5, 143:4       1:24, 4:2                synthetic [90] - 7:17,
 28:12, 29:3, 29:9,         197:8, 197:9,                   stuff [33] - 7:9, 22:25,   summer [7] - 79:9,         7:19, 7:22, 7:25, 8:2,
 32:19, 34:13, 35:22,       197:11, 199:22,                  23:4, 32:22, 43:4,         79:15, 79:25, 88:1,       8:4, 8:19, 8:24, 9:18,
 35:23, 37:12, 43:22,       205:3, 205:4, 205:6,             59:21, 61:8, 78:7,         95:24, 95:25, 96:2        10:2, 10:9, 13:6,
 54:4, 63:24, 73:11,        205:8, 206:17,                   82:9, 88:17, 91:1,        Sunday [2] - 64:21,        13:11, 13:23, 14:25,
 75:5, 87:8, 87:24,         206:19, 206:20,                  94:14, 96:15,              69:19                     15:2, 15:14, 15:21,
 90:20, 90:24, 105:6,       206:21, 207:1,                   101:19, 102:4,            superintendent's [1] -     16:10, 17:5, 18:18,
 114:20, 132:8,             207:23, 208:5,                   104:3, 107:10,             133:20                    19:3, 19:19, 21:4,
 135:20, 138:14,            208:7, 208:16,                   107:12, 154:16,                                      25:17, 25:19, 26:19,
                                                                                       SUPERIOR [1] - 1:1
 138:15, 139:1,             208:19, 208:20,                  154:18, 165:12,                                      26:22, 27:1, 27:5,
                                                                                       supervision [1] -
 143:6, 160:21,             208:23, 209:4,                   166:6, 167:17,                                       27:17, 27:24, 29:6,
                                                                                        34:22
 161:2, 161:3,              209:6, 211:14,                   167:18, 168:15,                                      29:17, 30:4, 32:6,
                                                                                       supervisors [1] -
 163:20, 164:16,            212:6, 212:7,                    171:15, 196:25,                                      32:18, 33:8, 37:5,
                                                                                        133:15
 170:23, 175:24,            212:11, 220:5,                   197:17, 213:19,                                      37:8, 37:15, 39:6,
                                                                                       Supervisors [1] -
 190:4, 191:18,             221:21, 222:4                    221:18, 224:18,                                      39:20, 40:20, 41:10,
                                                                                        145:5
 223:12, 225:6,            Store.........................    232:14                                               41:18, 41:19, 43:9,
                                                                                       Supervisors' [1] -
 226:13                     ...156 [1] - 3:21               Styrofoam [2] - 74:2,                                 48:2, 59:9, 62:2,
                                                                                        147:21
stimulant [3] - 11:4,      stores [2] - 142:3,               74:3                                                 62:19, 78:17, 99:7,
                                                                                       supplier [2] - 165:25,
 36:20, 36:22               168:20                          subcutaneous [1] -                                    101:11, 125:22,
                                                                                        168:24
stole [7] - 67:11,         stories [2] - 14:13,              12:10                                                125:25, 126:6,
                                                                                       suppliers [3] - 167:21,
 67:17, 70:6, 70:8,         138:25                          subdued [1] - 30:18                                   126:8, 127:1, 127:7,
                                                                                        169:13, 171:15
 94:22, 111:20, 112:5      story [2] - 117:14,              subject [5] - 35:15,                                  127:20, 129:11,
                                                                                       supply [2] - 164:16,
stolen [15] - 55:14,        223:11                           35:16, 35:20, 36:25,                                 131:22, 132:22,
                                                                                        164:24
 63:6, 112:11,             strap [2] - 129:21,               201:22                                               133:11, 133:16,
                                                                                       supplying [1] - 168:24
 117:21, 118:8,             133:7                           subjects [2] - 36:12,                                 134:1, 134:25,
                                                                                       supposed [6] - 82:11,
 179:25, 180:1,            strapped [1] - 133:8              36:22                                                136:4, 136:13,
                                                                                        135:18, 163:24,
 180:3, 180:4,             straps [1] - 130:14              subpoena [1] - 122:1                                  137:1, 140:18,
                                                                                        207:10, 207:13,
 180:18, 199:13,           Strawberry [3] - 55:2,           substance [20] - 8:11,                                141:21, 142:2,
                                                                                        215:24
 202:17, 216:25,            83:13, 91:20                     8:18, 12:8, 14:21,                                   148:8, 149:19,
                                                                                       supposedly [1] - 8:4
 217:4, 217:6              street [27] - 8:3, 9:14,          27:13, 32:7, 37:11,                                  188:16, 188:21,
                                                                                       suppositions [1] -
stomachaches [1] -          13:25, 25:17, 25:18,             37:13, 37:14, 41:15,                                 191:6, 191:13,
                                                                                        17:20
 88:19                      25:21, 26:17, 27:20,             43:13, 124:23,                                       191:21, 218:14,
                                                                                       surmise [2] - 10:1,
stoned [1] - 164:7          27:24, 28:8, 28:15,              124:25, 125:8,                                       218:19, 227:5,
                                                                                        11:8
stop [13] - 30:17, 33:5,    31:14, 31:16, 31:17,             125:9, 128:4, 138:9,                                 229:15, 229:16
                                                                                       suspicious [1] - 103:7
 36:11, 38:5, 38:7,         31:19, 32:8, 32:20,              163:20, 185:25,                                     synthetics [1] - 77:14
                                                                                       sustained [4] - 68:3,
 38:24, 54:2, 172:11,       32:22, 33:8, 46:23,              229:21                                              system [11] - 18:18,
                                                                                        68:9, 111:3, 112:15
 215:20, 217:7,             90:9, 90:16, 125:22,            substances [27] - 9:5,                                82:17, 82:21, 83:2,
                                                                                       swap [2] - 204:14,
 223:19, 227:5              127:18, 128:25,                  9:11, 11:8, 28:6,                                    84:18, 123:24,
                                                                                        204:15
Stop [1] - 47:20            229:17                           28:7, 28:12, 28:16,                                  138:14, 138:16,
                                                                                       swapped [1] - 202:2        138:17, 138:21,
stopped [11] - 38:23,      street's [1] - 28:22              32:3, 32:6, 38:2,         sweating [4] - 11:21,      138:24
 38:25, 54:3, 187:1,       streets [2] - 12:23,              139:3, 174:9, 184:8,       36:23, 74:18, 74:19
 209:12, 212:17,            138:1                            184:20, 184:21,
                                                                                       SWIMWEAR [1] - 1:10
 212:19, 212:21,           strength [3] - 47:4,              185:4, 185:5,
                                                                                       Swimwear [1] - 4:13
 213:1, 213:7, 223:20       175:23, 175:24                   185:15, 185:17,
                                                                                       swinging [1] - 13:1
stops [3] - 30:16,         strengths [3] - 46:22,
                                               M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                        Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
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            T              term [12] - 7:19, 7:22,    36:18, 138:7,             186:9, 186:15,            29:19, 29:22, 29:23,
                             15:3, 17:7, 25:10,       138:11, 139:22,           186:19, 187:7,            37:20, 41:21,
                             25:13, 25:18, 26:5,      140:23                    187:9, 187:14,            131:14, 133:11
T.V [2] - 58:5, 75:2         26:22, 135:17,          Texas [1] - 64:12          187:16, 187:21,         THREE [1] - 1:18
table [1] - 164:4            210:19                  that'll [1] - 9:16         188:2, 188:5, 188:7,    three [41] - 14:3,
tackle [1] - 106:14        termed [1] - 8:2          THE [231] - 1:1, 1:2,      188:10, 192:1,            20:10, 20:12, 22:16,
Talc [1] - 229:21          terms [18] - 12:5,         1:16, 4:12, 4:21, 5:1,    192:7, 192:22,            28:9, 28:10, 32:7,
talkative [2] - 53:19,       27:24, 51:22, 95:18,     5:5, 5:9, 5:12, 5:14,     193:4, 193:7,             33:4, 35:12, 40:4,
  79:23                      97:19, 124:21,           5:17, 21:2, 21:11,        193:15, 193:19,           45:14, 45:16, 66:23,
talks [1] - 136:11           126:8, 127:24,           23:5, 23:9, 23:11,        193:21, 193:25,           80:3, 84:5, 84:7,
                             128:18, 129:4,           23:13, 23:17, 40:13,      194:2, 194:5, 194:9,      84:9, 88:18, 94:18,
                             139:6, 141:9,            42:2, 42:5, 44:1,         194:11, 194:13,           94:20, 95:22, 95:23,
                             141:21, 142:1,           44:4, 44:6, 44:9,         194:16, 194:21,           100:23, 103:14,
                             147:17, 184:6,           44:12, 44:15, 44:21,      195:2, 195:5, 195:7,      115:19, 116:22,
                             184:7, 184:10            44:25, 46:5, 46:6,        203:18, 209:20,           116:25, 131:1,
                           terrible [2] - 89:1,       47:10, 47:12, 49:22,      209:22, 209:23,           138:18, 148:13,
                             224:15                   49:23, 49:24, 50:1,       209:25, 210:2,            148:19, 148:23,
                           territory [4] - 179:24,    50:3, 50:7, 58:14,        210:4, 210:5, 210:7,      151:22, 165:2,
                             198:17, 201:24           58:17, 58:21, 58:25,      210:25, 211:2,            165:5, 176:16,
                           test [18] - 16:13,         59:4, 65:17, 68:3,        211:6, 215:19,            188:13, 195:16,
                             16:14, 16:15, 39:20,     68:9, 68:12, 68:14,       215:20, 215:23,           203:3, 204:23
                             39:23, 40:1, 40:3,       68:19, 68:23, 70:22,      216:1, 217:7,           three-month [3] -
                             127:1, 127:4, 127:7,     70:24, 70:25, 71:4,       217:12, 219:9,            95:23, 116:25
                             128:22, 129:3,           89:13, 107:16,            220:23, 220:25,         threw [1] - 104:18
tanked [1] - 224:18          137:7, 138:3, 138:5,     107:21, 107:24,           221:3, 221:8,           throughout [5] -
tannish [1] - 37:11          140:18, 149:20           108:13, 108:19,           221:11, 221:13,           24:18, 27:8, 155:6,
Tanya [1] - 51:4           tested [2] - 139:24,       108:22, 110:10,           221:16, 222:9,            184:6, 186:10
target [2] - 140:19,         139:25                   110:12, 110:20,           222:13, 222:17,         throw [1] - 166:23
  141:15                   testified [13] - 5:22,     111:3, 111:6,             222:22, 223:6,          Thunder [1] - 158:20
tased [9] - 22:1, 22:3,      23:22, 29:14, 50:11,     112:15, 113:15,           223:8, 225:14,          Tickle [1] - 229:21
  22:6, 30:22, 30:25,        71:9, 72:22, 112:10,     114:19, 114:21,           225:16, 227:21,         tie [2] - 9:7, 20:6
  31:1, 31:2, 31:9,          112:20, 116:20,          120:21, 121:16,           227:24, 228:2,          tied [3] - 13:2, 20:8,
  45:8                       122:15, 130:7,           121:18, 121:23,           228:8, 228:10,            20:10
taser [8] - 30:9, 30:15,     157:9, 195:11            122:2, 122:4, 122:5,      228:13, 229:10,         timeframe [1] - 18:10
  30:20, 30:22, 31:4,      testify [5] - 76:1,        122:7, 122:10,            229:13, 230:4,          timeline [1] - 87:15
  31:5, 45:10, 45:11         107:4, 213:17,           142:6, 142:7, 144:5,      230:9, 230:13,          tips [1] - 106:13
tasering [2] - 30:13,        221:10, 222:13           144:6, 146:23,            230:18, 230:21,
                                                                                                        tired [2] - 74:20,
  45:5                     testifying [1] - 44:7      150:2, 150:4, 150:7,      231:2, 231:6, 231:8,
                                                                                                          159:10
tasers [2] - 30:7, 30:10   testimony [34] - 19:15,    151:14, 151:16,           231:11, 231:14,
                                                                                                        Tires [1] - 159:25
tasing [2] - 22:5, 22:8      21:17, 40:21, 47:9,      151:18, 151:25,           231:18, 231:21,
                                                                                                        tissue [6] - 12:6, 12:7,
                             47:21, 49:11, 58:18,     152:6, 152:9,             231:24, 232:3,
Task [2] - 26:11, 26:13                                                                                   12:10, 12:11
                             59:1, 68:10, 72:11,      152:12, 152:19,           232:6, 232:11,
tasks [1] - 43:6                                                                                        TO [1] - 1:18
                             72:14, 108:8,            152:23, 153:5,            232:15, 232:18,
tax [2] - 155:19,                                                                                       tobacco [11] - 109:18,
                             108:20, 112:14,          153:8, 153:11,            232:20, 232:23,
  155:21                                                                                                  162:11, 173:22,
                             113:5, 132:6,            153:14, 153:19,           232:25
Tax [1] - 3:21                                                                                            174:5, 182:17,
                             176:15, 177:3,           153:22, 154:1,           theft [1] - 125:7
teach [1] - 147:14                                                                                        189:11, 207:20,
                             178:6, 179:5, 181:6,     154:3, 154:6,            themselves [8] -
teacher [1] - 147:18                                                                                      207:21, 220:6,
                             184:5, 184:22,           154:10, 154:12,           12:21, 18:16, 20:9,
tear [2] - 12:22, 136:8                                                                                   223:24
                             188:12, 189:4,           154:17, 154:21,           30:3, 130:17,
techniques [2] -                                                                                        today [23] - 4:17, 6:5,
                             190:8, 194:3, 200:1,     154:25, 155:2,            132:25, 190:1, 225:2
  17:16, 129:18                                                                                           45:22, 51:9, 72:9,
                             204:22, 208:10,          155:4, 155:10,           therefore [1] - 32:9
telephone [1] - 65:6                                                                                      75:10, 75:19, 98:4,
                             221:9, 222:18,           155:12, 155:15,          thermometer [1] -
temperature [3] -                                                                                         107:4, 113:5, 124:5,
                             222:23, 226:22           155:23, 156:1,            102:19
  11:11, 11:14, 11:16                                                                                     125:24, 128:7,
                           testing [14] - 25:23,      156:4, 156:9,            they've [2] - 10:22,
temperatures [1] -                                                                                        149:18, 170:24,
                             36:18, 39:18,            156:15, 156:20,           13:6
  135:24                                                                                                  171:1, 192:14,
                             126:16, 126:21,          156:23, 157:2,           thinking [1] - 165:12
Temporary [8] - 191:3,                                                                                    196:11, 200:1,
                             126:24, 126:25,          172:7, 172:11,           third [1] - 38:8
  191:14, 192:9,                                                                                          204:20, 217:8,
                             128:19, 138:2,           172:14, 172:17,          Thirty [1] - 119:4
  192:12, 228:24,                                                                                         227:2, 228:14
                             139:1, 140:6,            172:23, 173:3,           Thirty-two [1] - 119:4
  229:1, 229:4, 229:11                                                                                  together [9] - 44:17,
                             140:11, 140:15,          183:19, 183:24,          thoughts [2] - 34:2,
ten [1] - 124:19                                                                                          61:9, 66:25, 99:7,
                             140:16                   184:2, 184:15,            44:16
tend [2] - 11:13, 11:16                                                                                   99:9, 99:12, 159:5,
                           tests [6] - 28:17,         185:9, 185:12,           threat [8] - 21:6,

                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                               26

  203:12                   trait [1] - 144:16        truthfully [1] - 76:1        119:4, 119:5, 119:7,     186:14, 186:18,
Tokin [1] - 47:22          transaction [3] -         try [20] - 8:13, 15:13,      119:14, 125:5,           187:8, 187:13,
tolerance [1] - 34:4         155:19, 155:21,           15:17, 17:5, 21:21,        126:18, 126:25,          192:21, 195:4,
tomorrow [1] - 43:3          180:2                     49:7, 49:8, 76:10,         128:12, 129:20,          196:15, 197:5,
tongue [1] - 88:24         Transaction [1] - 3:21      94:3, 126:21,              130:16, 138:18,          197:22, 199:1,
took [18] - 52:22,         transactions [2] -          131:25, 139:13,            147:9, 150:18,           199:21, 200:12,
  58:24, 60:23, 62:11,       116:3, 117:2              140:23, 143:20,            150:19, 161:11,          202:4, 202:15,
  70:1, 70:3, 70:4,        TRANSCRIPT [1] -            163:5, 168:16,             161:13, 161:19,          206:22, 219:24,
  95:5, 96:5, 96:19,         1:17                      192:15, 194:23,            165:10, 167:15,          220:11, 222:12
  103:6, 126:20,           transcript [1] - 235:6      195:2, 222:20              167:23, 167:25,         uncommon [1] -
  145:22, 167:20,          transferring [2] -        trying [45] - 10:23,         168:10, 169:21,          131:20
  170:8, 177:17,             229:15, 230:1             12:2, 12:22, 13:1,         170:2, 170:22,          under [58] - 12:1, 12:9,
  177:18, 185:18           transportation [1] -        16:19, 16:24, 42:24,       175:16, 175:17,          14:8, 27:14, 29:3,
tooken [1] - 179:19          42:20                     44:13, 49:5, 49:6,         195:16, 197:5,           29:11, 29:16, 32:9,
tool [1] - 41:15           transported [3] -           59:22, 77:14, 89:4,        200:18, 201:8,           33:21, 36:19, 36:21,
tools [2] - 106:12,          35:17, 36:24, 71:25       89:25, 91:9, 130:2,        203:3, 203:12,           37:15, 39:25, 69:24,
  204:12                   traveling [4] - 35:8,       130:17, 131:1,             204:23, 208:11,          74:10, 93:21, 114:3,
top [8] - 22:5, 65:25,       35:9, 36:7, 38:24         132:15, 132:24,            218:4                    114:5, 114:15,
  110:3, 123:20,           trays [1] - 74:2            135:10, 136:8,           two-and-a-half [4] -       115:11, 115:13,
  124:12, 145:22,          treat [6] - 17:16,          136:25, 139:6,             26:12, 26:16, 81:8,      122:1, 129:6,
  163:9                      17:24, 18:20, 131:9,      139:10, 139:23,            84:21                    129:21, 131:21,
topic [1] - 15:18            132:25, 163:17            143:9, 148:5,            type [10] - 8:22, 8:23,    136:8, 141:3,
total [2] - 53:21,         treated [1] - 199:23        151:15, 154:15,            25:18, 33:7, 61:15,      143:13, 152:5,
  124:10                   treatment [18] - 17:19,     159:1, 160:22,             113:5, 132:15,           177:7, 179:18,
towards [8] - 12:25,         18:3, 18:4, 19:5,         162:18, 169:3,             132:19, 137:23,          182:16, 184:24,
  35:8, 35:13, 36:7,         19:7, 19:21, 20:19,       172:2, 187:25,             147:21                   185:16, 185:21,
  55:2, 91:20, 104:17        20:21, 36:25, 63:11,      195:3, 217:8, 217:9,     types [4] - 16:10,         186:4, 188:4,
Town [1] - 153:2             84:22, 85:1, 85:4,        222:11, 223:16,            126:6, 127:1, 131:3      189:10, 191:11,
town [1] - 106:19            101:10, 106:6,            224:9, 225:12,           typical [7] - 10:12,       196:9, 206:24,
tox [2] - 17:2, 17:7         123:11, 136:19,           227:17                     18:3, 18:4, 119:17,      207:2, 207:3,
                             149:21                  Tuesday [2] - 72:6,          124:14, 148:18,          207:17, 207:18,
toxicologists [1] -
                           treatments [1] - 19:17      72:13                      175:5                    207:23, 208:3,
  17:12
                                                     turn [8] - 71:17,          typically [4] - 38:5,      208:13, 208:15,
toxicology [2] - 17:10,    trembling [1] - 134:10
                                                       105:16, 139:7,             124:18, 127:20,          208:23, 209:4,
  152:2                    trends [1] - 25:6
                                                       139:11, 142:1,             174:9                    211:4, 219:19,
track [5] - 17:5, 34:22,   trial [8] - 186:20,
                                                       166:3, 199:10, 208:6                                219:20, 221:20,
  170:13, 213:10,            192:18, 193:6,
  224:12                     193:10, 193:11,         turned [5] - 51:3, 80:7,              U               224:6, 228:15
                                                       100:8, 114:11,                                     underage [2] - 61:23,
tracks [1] - 178:20          226:23, 232:4,
                                                       207:25                                              220:8
trade [2] - 94:8,            232:10                                             U-Haul-type [1] - 33:7
                                                     turning [2] - 208:1                                  underlying [1] - 125:7
  162:14                   tried [10] - 82:13,                                  U.S [2] - 229:22,
                                                     tweak [1] - 135:5                                    understood [3] - 19:6,
traded [8] - 55:25,          82:24, 83:6, 98:5,                                  229:23
                                                     tweaked [4] - 135:7,                                  128:24, 218:22
  69:4, 69:8, 111:9,         100:15, 102:5,                                     Um-hum [1] - 162:16
                             137:6, 162:1,             135:8, 135:9, 138:23                               undetected [3] -
  112:2, 117:23,                                                                um-hum [58] - 6:12,
                             168:19, 224:13          tweaking [1] - 31:21                                  42:16, 42:23, 127:12
  178:18, 178:23                                                                 6:22, 7:15, 22:10,
                           trouble [9] - 28:21,      twelve [1] - 204:6                                   undoubtedly [1] -
Trading [7] - 3:24, 4:6,                                                         43:21, 57:20, 58:20,
                             43:1, 43:24, 52:21,     twenty [1] - 139:23                                   136:21
  55:5, 55:11, 56:14,                                                            65:8, 107:20,
                             168:22, 179:4,          twenty-seven [1] -                                   unfair [1] - 225:10
  69:10, 160:9                                                                   143:11, 143:12,
                             179:15, 191:1, 225:4      139:23                                             unfamiliar [1] - 37:13
trading [6] - 56:13,                                                             145:1, 158:15,
  62:18, 69:10, 95:9,      troubles [1] - 113:4      twice [5] - 99:5, 193:8,                             unfortunately [4] -
                                                                                 160:3, 160:15,            9:1, 9:17, 19:13,
  117:7, 117:8             troubling [1] - 134:16      196:14, 200:9,
                                                                                 160:20, 161:24,           149:17
traffic [7] - 24:21,       truck [3] - 33:7, 33:10     208:12
                                                                                 163:8, 163:18,           unit [4] - 35:3, 35:4,
  33:5, 35:5, 36:11,       true [14] - 10:6, 15:7,   two [70] - 9:6, 9:20,
                                                                                 165:11, 165:18,
  38:23, 38:25, 161:9        43:5, 58:22, 67:19,       13:8, 20:10, 22:3,                                  35:6, 37:9
                                                                                 166:25, 167:6,
trafficking [1] - 63:6       67:21, 87:10, 108:8,      22:16, 26:11, 26:12,                               United [2] - 77:25,
                                                                                 168:13, 168:24,
                             128:15, 177:21,           26:16, 30:5, 32:7,                                  180:9
Trafficking [1] - 26:11                                                          170:12, 170:23,
                             201:18, 208:17,           33:4, 38:13, 39:8,                                 units [2] - 38:18, 48:7
trained [1] - 7:1                                                                171:17, 173:19,
                             218:21, 235:5             40:4, 51:1, 52:11,                                 University [1] - 6:25
training [11] - 6:23,                                                            176:2, 176:15,
                           truth [5] - 75:23,          52:16, 66:24, 81:8,                                unless [5] - 10:4,
  29:4, 29:13, 31:1,                                                             176:21, 177:25,
  31:8, 37:17, 46:18,        144:17, 144:18,           84:21, 85:2, 95:19,                                 117:5, 186:1, 193:6,
                                                                                 178:21, 179:1,
  46:21, 47:24, 48:1,        183:23, 200:4             97:1, 97:13, 97:14,                                 222:5
                                                                                 180:2, 182:4, 182:7,
  48:22                    truthful [1] - 72:19        103:13, 115:19,                                    unsure [1] - 176:11
                                                                                 182:10, 182:15,
                                                       115:21, 118:21,                                    untruth [1] - 108:18
                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                                                               27

unusual [1] - 11:12        [1] - 1:8                 visited [1] - 72:13        wearing [1] - 6:4          wholesale [1] - 167:21
up [94] - 9:7, 10:7,      vaguely [1] - 197:13       visual [1] - 10:19         web [1] - 169:8            widespread [1] -
 14:6, 20:8, 20:10,       valid [1] - 58:22          vital [1] - 10:24          websites [1] - 23:4         86:22
 22:14, 24:17, 24:20,     Valley [6] - 6:9, 35:8,    voices [6] - 54:11,        wedding [1] - 55:19        wife's [1] - 159:7
 24:23, 25:8, 33:3,        35:17, 36:24, 39:7,        130:13, 131:3,            week [29] - 9:6, 9:20,     Wild [1] - 157:18
 35:11, 39:16, 43:3,       188:14                     132:9, 134:7, 134:8        13:9, 16:20, 16:21,       willing [4] - 89:10,
 43:20, 47:19, 52:25,     valley [1] - 182:9         volume [1] - 161:8          42:14, 43:16, 73:20,       143:15, 219:2, 219:5
 56:12, 64:4, 64:10,      valuable [3] - 112:18,     voluntarily [2] - 72:11,    74:7, 74:8, 74:15,        Window [1] - 31:18
 64:13, 64:15, 68:18,      118:5, 199:2               76:3                       74:16, 74:23, 74:24,      window [1] - 88:18
 74:21, 78:25, 81:1,      valuables [3] - 111:1,     volunteered [1] -           94:6, 94:18, 95:22,       wine [3] - 160:17,
 86:7, 87:25, 89:10,       112:1, 112:7               151:2                      99:5, 102:6, 105:21,       164:6, 226:6
 90:23, 96:10, 102:9,     value [5] - 55:20, 95:8,   vs [1] - 1:8                116:23, 119:19,           wired [1] - 73:11
 102:15, 106:2,            118:23, 119:3,                                        132:6, 173:11,            Wisconsin [1] -
 109:9, 111:19,            119:10                               W                173:12, 173:13,            158:19
 116:14, 116:20,          Value [1] - 3:20                                       205:22                    wise [2] - 22:24, 23:1
 119:19, 124:17,          variable [3] - 14:1,                                  week-and-a-half [7] -      withdrawal [1] - 93:17
 124:20, 126:3,            14:13, 14:24              wait [2] - 193:6,           73:20, 74:7, 74:8,        withdrew [1] - 161:4
 126:21, 133:8,           variables [1] - 47:2        232:10                     74:16, 74:24, 105:21      WITNESS [12] - 46:5,
 134:11, 134:18,          variations [1] - 48:21     waiting [6] - 20:17,       weekend [2] - 102:13,       49:23, 122:4, 142:6,
 135:10, 136:17,          varieties [1] - 47:4        20:21, 32:11, 40:5,        231:19                     144:6, 150:4, 172:7,
 140:5, 140:23,                                       89:22, 106:5              weeks [10] - 14:15,
                          various [2] - 16:10,                                                              209:22, 209:25,
 144:7, 144:17,                                      wake [1] - 74:21            28:9, 28:10, 32:7,
                           51:24                                                                            210:4, 215:19,
 146:6, 146:9,                                       walk [5] - 91:22,           61:7, 150:18, 170:2,
                          vary [1] - 46:22                                                                  220:23
 147:20, 149:8,                                       92:25, 94:12,              203:3, 206:7
                          vault [1] - 67:18                                                                witness [29] - 5:21,
 158:18, 158:24,                                      134:11, 213:20            weight [1] - 175:15
                          vegetation [1] - 41:10                                                            19:5, 23:21, 44:18,
 158:25, 160:1,                                      walked [4] - 95:16,        weird [1] - 88:19
                          vehicle [13] - 33:6,                                                              49:24, 50:10, 58:18,
 161:13, 164:18,                                      151:2, 174:16, 177:5      welcome [1] - 46:5
                           33:17, 35:8, 35:19,                                                              59:1, 59:2, 68:17,
 165:15, 166:4,                                      walking [3] - 59:20,       Wells [3] - 3:19, 156:7,    70:25, 71:8, 89:12,
                           36:8, 36:10, 36:12,
 167:9, 168:23,                                       90:9, 217:24               156:13                     108:1, 110:13,
                           37:1, 37:20, 38:24,
 175:4, 179:11,                                      wall [1] - 136:8           wes [1] - 96:21             110:14, 110:15,
                           39:1, 39:4, 39:12
 180:25, 181:18,                                     walls [2] - 130:1,         Wes [41] - 3:23, 4:5,       110:18, 120:23,
                          vehicles [4] - 24:17,
 188:9, 193:3,                                        133:3                      4:6, 54:25, 55:5,          122:5, 122:14,
                           38:22, 38:25, 39:5
 193:12, 194:19,                                     wants [2] - 171:23,         55:11, 55:25, 56:2,        156:23, 157:8,
                          vein [3] - 12:2, 12:9
 197:9, 197:20,                                       221:21                     56:13, 69:10, 83:16,       193:3, 194:7,
                          Velcro [1] - 130:15
 201:5, 202:23,                                      WARNACUTT [4] -             86:21, 91:17, 92:1,        194:18, 194:24,
                          vendors [1] - 160:2
 203:3, 205:10,                                       3:11, 194:12,              92:5, 92:9, 94:15,         195:10, 221:5
                          Verde [31] - 1:20, 4:8,
 213:6, 214:9,                                        194:14, 203:25             117:5, 117:6, 148:3,
                           36:24, 50:20, 50:21,                                                            witness' [1] - 194:9
 217:24, 219:25,                                     Warnacutt [3] -             153:4, 156:19,
                           50:23, 62:1, 63:19,                                                             witnesses [9] -
 221:7, 222:19,                                       194:12, 194:13,            157:18, 160:9,
                           85:20, 85:25, 86:16,                                                             108:20, 151:20,
 222:25, 223:10,                                      204:2                      171:20, 179:14,
                           98:25, 105:13,                                                                   164:19, 164:20,
 224:18, 227:10,                                     warnacutt [1] - 204:1       204:13, 204:17,
                           143:10, 153:2,                                                                   189:2, 190:22,
 227:22, 228:14                                      Warne [1] - 194:10          206:19, 207:1,
                           157:19, 157:21,                                                                  193:16, 193:22,
upset [3] - 64:25,                                   Warneky [2] - 193:18,       209:6, 209:17,
                           157:23, 158:18,                                                                  222:14
 218:11, 218:16                                       194:11                     212:6, 212:11,
                           159:16, 159:17,                                                                 woman [2] - 72:21,
urinalyses [1] - 140:8                               warranty [1] - 156:5        213:17, 213:24,
                           171:19, 188:14,                                                                  197:22
urinalysis [1] - 139:22                              Warranty [1] - 3:19         215:2, 216:18
                           189:21, 204:4,                                                                  women [2] - 218:4,
urinate [1] - 88:22                                  Washington [1] - 7:1       Wes' [2] - 79:1, 211:14
                           211:10, 212:3,                                                                   218:5
urine [1] - 9:15                                     watch [3] - 21:20,         Wesley [2] - 3:7,          wonder [2] - 151:11,
                           212:10, 231:5
US [1] - 15:23                                        73:18, 136:9               157:17                     166:7
                          verified [1] - 176:3
usage [2] - 119:17,                                  watched [2] - 88:17,       WESLEY [2] - 4:5,          word [4] - 14:17,
                          verify [1] - 115:2
 137:7                                                120:14                     156:25                     28:21, 32:20, 32:21
                          versus [3] - 4:13,
user [2] - 37:2, 100:12                              watching [2] - 54:15,      west [1] - 169:1           words [4] - 38:4,
                           107:25, 172:23
users [3] - 22:17,                                    62:6                      West [1] - 3:23             68:12, 197:15, 229:4
                          vial [2] - 77:4, 102:24
 28:15, 34:16                                        water [1] - 82:22          western [2] - 158:25,      works [4] - 36:6,
                          vials [3] - 37:10, 39:6,
ux [1] - 1:10                                        watery [1] - 177:6          160:5                      40:24, 70:18, 73:25
                           102:22
                          violence [3] - 20:2,       waves [1] - 149:14         what's-his-name [1] -      world [2] - 162:11,
           V               33:25, 125:6              ways [2] - 82:20,           215:10                     165:13
                          violent [5] - 9:7,          82:24                     wheel [1] - 159:24         worried [1] - 90:16
                           12:17, 12:24, 29:19,      weakened [1] - 101:20      whew [1] - 67:17           worse [11] - 15:2,
V1300-CR2012-
                           131:18                    weapon [1] - 30:21         whole [2] - 159:20,         37:4, 105:4, 135:5,
 80342 [1] - 4:14
                          visit [1] - 102:13         weapons [1] - 30:21         223:13                     135:6, 142:20,
V1300CV201280342

                                           M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                    Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273
                                                                                 28

 142:21, 149:20,            178:7, 181:13,
 223:13                     184:19, 198:8,
worst [1] - 20:5            209:12, 212:16,
worst-case [1] - 20:5       212:24, 212:25,
worth [14] - 33:13,         213:6, 213:8,
 67:13, 95:20, 96:18,       215:21, 215:25,
 97:5, 111:5, 167:23,       216:4, 216:7
 180:23, 180:24,           year-and-a-half [3] -
 181:1, 198:2, 198:5,       18:11, 42:22, 52:16
 198:7, 201:2              years [48] - 6:14, 6:20,
wound [1] - 158:25          6:21, 7:14, 16:17,
wrap [3] - 221:6,           19:1, 24:9, 26:12,
 222:19, 223:10             26:16, 30:5, 51:25,
wrapped [2] - 188:9,        52:9, 52:11, 52:16,
 228:14                     66:23, 66:24,
wreck [2] - 45:14,          109:25, 123:2,
 45:15                      123:5, 124:5,
write [4] - 44:19,          124:18, 125:4,
 109:9, 111:19,             126:2, 126:18,
 215:22                     128:12, 130:6,
wrote [2] - 66:13,          132:18, 136:16,
 66:14                      148:9, 148:21,
                            149:6, 149:19,
                            157:22, 158:11,
           Y
                            160:1, 161:11,
                            161:13, 161:19,
yard [1] - 89:22            165:10, 167:15,
YAVAPAI [3] - 1:2,          170:22, 182:8,
 1:8, 1:24                  189:9, 195:16,
Yavapai [23] - 1:6, 4:2,    204:6, 204:23,
 4:12, 6:8, 18:5,           211:4, 219:19
 24:13, 24:19, 37:21,      yesterday [2] -
 71:20, 71:21,              154:22, 164:21
 107:25, 122:24,           young [13] - 66:3,
 123:6, 123:12,             99:23, 118:11,
 123:15, 123:22,            121:10, 131:5,
 123:25, 124:21,            132:14, 134:4,
 142:3, 146:2, 153:2,       134:9, 134:11,
 188:14, 227:5              134:18, 137:11,
year [69] - 14:14,          166:17
 18:11, 18:12, 30:5,       younger [1] - 102:4
 32:2, 32:14, 35:2,        yourself [9] - 25:4,
 42:21, 42:22, 51:19,       73:21, 74:4, 105:16,
 51:20, 52:10, 52:16,       143:16, 184:12,
 55:13, 57:4, 63:3,         187:10, 192:3,
 63:16, 63:17, 64:8,        222:14
 67:5, 67:6, 67:7,         youth [2] - 124:22,
 77:6, 78:13, 79:9,         127:19
 79:15, 85:23, 85:24,      YRMC [6] - 6:11, 6:13,
 87:13, 88:6, 95:25,        7:6, 18:5, 35:17,
 99:14, 99:17,              39:3
 116:13, 123:17,
 123:21, 124:9,
                                      Z
 125:3, 132:8,
 136:23, 139:24,
 141:1, 148:14,            zip [1] - 231:6
 148:19, 148:24,           zone [1] - 35:10
 149:1, 149:4,
 162:13, 169:9,
 170:9, 170:19,
 174:20, 177:12,
 177:14, 178:4,

                                            M. Lisa Edgar, R.P.R., C.P.
                                     Arizona Certified Reporter - Number 50273

				
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