Police have released the final number of citations issued by Denver officers during the three-day celebration of 4/20.
Marijuana advocates who filled Lincoln Park across from the state Capitol in downtown Denver to celebrate 4/20, the unofficial marijuana holiday, began leaving the park by 6 p.m. on Monday.
Pro-marijuana advocates on Monday gathered at Denver’s Lincoln Park across from the state Capitol for 4/20, the unofficial pot holiday.
Denver police cited 10 people in two separate raids on Denver pot clubs packed with visitors for the 4/20 marijuana celebrations.
The North Metro Drug Task Force is making sure children know that there are dangers associated with marijuana, and used the unofficial pot holiday of 4/20 to deliver the message.
The University of Colorado in Boulder was open to the public on 4/20, the unofficial pot holiday, for the first time in four years on Monday.
This weekend’s pro-cannabis celebrations are in full force and police have been busy handing out tickets to people smoking marijuana in public.
Marijuana tourists in town are already celebrating Monday’s unofficial stoner holiday of 4/20.
Denver police say they issued about 60 citations on Saturday related to marijuana celebrations in the city.
Thousands of tourists and marijuana activists are getting an early start celebrating the unofficial stoner holiday of 4/20.