An alleged dispute at a Rastafarian church in Yuba County led to a shootout Tuesday morning as two sheriff’s deputies exchanged gunfire with a suspect inside a Dobbins-area home. Naturally, the suspect was killed. It’s how the Police State rolls.
The ordeal brought dozens of law enforcement officers from across the region hoping to participate in the executions.
The head of the church, Heidi Grossman-Lepp, called 911 to report that the man had become violent with a fellow church member.
The man had been staying either on the church property or nearby and was tending the marijuana in exchange for room and board and nominal wages.
Tully described him as a “trimmigrant,” the nickname for the seasonal workers who travel from grow to grow during the marijuana-harvest season.
When the deputies arrived, they chased the man to a nearby home.
Source: Sacramento Bee