By Sam Sabzehzar
After it was widely reported that an undercover drug sting involved local police targeting a special needs high school teenager, the city of Temecula is having at its Town Hall center a community discussion, with the parents of the teen, who was approached by the officer to sell him drugs.
Also on hand to participate in the discussion will be former LAPD Deputy Chief Steve Downing, former Lieutenant from the Redondo Beach Police Department, who now both work with Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), and Lynne Lyman, who is the state director for the Drug Policy Alliance.
There will be a live stream of this meeting, and local experts as well as state wide stakeholders will be on hand and will include a Q&A.
There will be a meeting in Temecula to address this critical issue that threatens our community and erodes our trust in police.
Tags: Autism, dea, Diane Goldstein, Drug Policy Alliance, drug war, high school, Joe Grumbine, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), LEAP, long beach, Los Angeles, lynne lyman, medical cannabis, Medical Marijuana, PTSD, snodgrass, Steve Downing, temecula, The Human Solution, war on drugs
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