In October 2020, Fleetwood Mac’s hit “Dreams” reached #1 on iTunes due to a viral TikTok video.Idaho Falls, Idaho resident Nathan Apodaca (username 420 dog face 208) was rolling down the street on his longboard, drinking Ocean Spray Clan raspberry juice, singing along to Fleetwood Mac hits. Apodaca’s rise to fame Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Ocean Spray CEO Tom Hayes, Cheech and Chong, etc.Needless to say, that was the atmosphere during the height of the pandemic, and he’s had a steady stream of TikTok videos ever since. August 2022 Apodaca made his acting debut as Uncle Charlie in the Hulu series. reserved dogHe has appeared in music videos for Klypso. “Lowrider (no lighter)” Earlier this year with Snoop Dogg and Wo. Ironically, it begins with Cheech and Chong, and Dogface smoking with a police officer.
But recently, Apodaca was arrested for cannabis. There seems to be some controversy between Apodaca’s views and the reason for his arrest among law enforcement.
He was pulled over because his registration sticker had expired, according to local Idaho police. TMZ It is said that the troopers smelled cannabis when they approached the car. asked to get off the truck.
Apodaka told officers that there were cannabis products in his truck, including three packages of THC gummies and a dabbing tool. He was booked but released the same day with a $600 security deposit.
TMZ reached out to Apodaca about the incident, and Apodaca shared that from his perspective things turned out differently. When they found weed they said just write a ticket then they found a gun and said I was arrested because there was a felony on my record and I wasn’t allowed to own a firearm. But there were no felonies on my record and I told the officers about it,” Apodaca told TMZ. I spent a few hours in jail without bail before they told me they would make [sic] big mistake. Afterwards, I was told that I was only being held down for a weed charge so I could bond.
in Idaho, 3 ounces or less is considered a misdemeanorViolators can face up to one year in prison and fines of up to $1,000. A felony includes possession of more than 3 ounces but less than 1 pound. At most he could be sentenced to five years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. Ideally, cannabis laws will become more permissive in the future once medical cannabis is legalized. An Idaho advocate is now targeting his 2024 as the year to push medical cannabis on the ballot. His efforts to legalize marijuana for medical purposes in Idaho have been underway for nearly a decade, but have failed to get the support they need. An organization called Kind Idaho is currently collecting signatures to ensure enough signatures to qualify in 2024. And for many of those people, the best solution is medical marijuana,” said Kind Idaho State Treasurer Joe Evans.