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Intoxicated Fairbanks man breaks into house, falls asleep, blames God

By fatal, Oct 21, 2010 | Updated: Oct 21, 2010 | | |
  1. fatal
    FAIRBANKS — A Fairbanks man was arrested Monday night after he reportedly broke into a home under the influence of potent synthetic marijuana.

    Jordan Anderson, 28, is expected to be arraigned today in district court on charges of first-degree burglary and third-degree criminal mischief, both felonies.

    Anderson broke into the home on Goldhill Road, took off all his clothes and slept in the homeowner’s bed because “God had told him to,” according to Alaska State Troopers.

    He later told troopers he had been smoking synthetic marijuana, a legal substance commonly sold in head shops under the brand names K2 and Spice.

    Synthetic marijuana, which is not detectable in drug tests, is a blend of spices and herbs sprayed with a compound similar to THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.

    Effects of synthetic marijuana are said to be similar to the real thing, though large doses have been said to cause increased agitation and vomiting, symptoms not usually attributed to the use of organic marijuana.

    Sgt. Scott Johnson of the Alaska Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Enforcement said he has heard stories indicating the use of K2 or Spice is on the rise in Alaska, but ABADE has received few reports about people using synthetic marijuana.

    Several states have either passed or are considering passing legislation to outlaw the sale of synthetic marijuana, but there no such legislation is pending in Alaska.

    Anderson, who has no prior criminal history, is being held without bail at Fairbanks Correctional Center.

    by Chris Freiberg
    October 20, 2010

    ***************************************************************************************]JWH is the new PCP. ;) I'll find another article. They interviewed one of the state legislature in the other article I read. It sounded very bad from what they were saying... Next legislative session...

    edit: It seems strange that he is being held without bail since the Alaska State Supreme Court recently ruled that it is against the state constitution to hold someone without bail excepting the case of capital offenses. Alaska does not have the death penalty so that translates to you can never hold someone without bail. Must just be until his arraignment.


  1. cannabinoid
    Re: Spice hits the wall in Alaska

    Yet it wouldn't be anything out of the ordinary if he was drunk, or on any other substance really.

    This is just sensationalism, and propaganda. Ignorant people will hear bits and pieces of news reports, and jump to their own false conclusion that "k2, spice, etc.." is some evil substance that regularly kills people, and makes them lose their mind, lol.
  2. SamanthaRabbit
    Re: Spice hits the wall in Alaska

    Just a few weeks ago I posted an article about Spice in Valdez, Alaska. Apparently some 15 year old along with a few others have made trips to the emergency room after smoking Spice and like blends.

    My rabbit has smoked Spice Gold and Space and she noticed that with these blends it can be really easy to over do it by smoking a normal sized bowl, because they are very potent.

    Hopefully the JWH thing in Alaska doesn't start getting headlines over Joe Miller being corrupt.
  3. fatal
    Re: Spice hits the wall in Alaska

    I dunno about Valdez but in the Banks spice is everywhere... At the main headshop (both store locations combined) 70% of their current business is "spice" sales.

    .02: fuck Joe Miller. He causes traffic accidents and wants to steal all of our States money. It makes you wish for the days of Ted Stevens' corrupt ass. At least he looked out for the people.
  4. SamanthaRabbit
    Re: Spice hits the wall in Alaska

    Spice is everywhere in Anchorage, but I am not sure about Valdez.

    I also haven't really met anyone from Girdwood who does the stuff...

    Have other things like mephedrone and ecstasy alternatives hit Fairbanks?
  5. C.D.rose
    It's off topic, but I have never gotten the sense behind putting someone out on bail. "Yeah, sure, if you give us $50,000, you can go out and rape someone else if you wish." :confused:
  6. fatal
    Rose: you would change your tune if you were out on bail. :s

    Rabbit: Mephedrone no. 2C chems are huge in fairbanks though. Not sold as ecstasy though. People just like that shit. It it probably as common as ecstasy if not more.

    Who parsed out my smiley-guillotine?

  7. fatal
    There is a follow up article today. It isn't on the website yet. If it isn't up in a day or two I'll get it and just type it out. It was on the top of the front page of the News Miner today. "Easy on the Spice: State Wants a Ban page B3" Apparently some fort richardson soldier got high on "Spike" and drove his car over three concrete medians smashed into a concrete wall and then drove down the sidewalk until he was stopped, with a broken axle and 4 flat tires. :|


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