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NJ Recreational Marijuana Sales Start 4/21; Deadly Crash On Bustleton Ave; KOP Shooter Charged
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/15/22 2:26 pm | updated: 04/15/22 2:26 pm
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced on Thursday, April 14, that legal recreational marijuana sales will start next week. Starting April 21, people aged 21 and over can purchase cannabis and cannabis products from specific licensed retailers. Earlier this week, seven existing medical marijuana dispensaries were approved to sell recreational pot at thirteen locations. Those dispensaries must make accommodations for medical patients like reserved parking, special hours, and a separate line so that they can get their prescription filled. New Jersey voters approved the legalization of marijuana in November 2020.

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Columbia Care, Vineland
The Cannabist, Deptford (Columbia Care)
Curaleaf, Bellmawr
Curaleaf, Edgewater Park
RISE Dispensaries, Paterson 
RISE Dispensaries, Bloomfield
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Zen Leaf, Elizabeth (Verano Holdings)
Zen Leaf, Lawrence (Verano Holdings)

A man was killed in a violent crash in the Somerton section of Northeast Philadelphia early Thursday morning. It happened around 5:30 a.m. at the intersection of Byberry Road and Bustleton Ave. 44-year-old Jose Moses Sadler of Somerton was killed in the crash. Sadler was driving a red Chevy Monte Carlo SS northbound on Bustleton Ave at a high rate of speed. A 67-year-old man driving a black Chevy Silverado pickup truck was attempting a left turn onto eastbound Byberry Road from southbound Bustleton Ave. Sadler's vehicle collided with the front of the truck. The red car then struck a pole and split in half. The back into ended up next to a pole. The front end spun out and came to rest next to a gas pump at the East Coast gas station. Sadler was taken to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital where he was pronounced dead. The other driver was not injured. The accident is under investigation. No charges have been filed. This intersection has red light cameras installed and is known to be dangerous.

The man accused of shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend at a gas station in King of Prussia last week has been charged with an additional crime. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele announced on Thursday, 4/14, that 38-year-old Rafiq Thompson would also be charged with death of an unborn child. He had been charged with first-degree murder, third degree murder, person not to possess a firearm, and other offenses in the death of 31-year-old Tamara Cornelius. An autopsy determined that she was 14 weeks pregnant. Cornelius was also the mother of 3 children from a previous relationship.

It happened on Friday night, April 8, at the Exxon at 113 North Gulph Road. Investigators determined that Thompson had texted her 93 times and called 21 times between April 4-6, but she did not answer. On April 8, he invited her to dinner by text and she responded. They met at The Cheesecake Factory at the King Of Prussia Mall around 9:11 p.m. Thompson left at 9:45 p.m. before the food arrived. Cornelius left at 10:15 p.m. That is when Thompson followed her to the gas station with his lights off. He opened fire while she was pumping gas and shot while chasing her. Steele said that Thompson knew she was pregnant. He was also a convicted felon and was out on parole.

The USFL Philadelphia Stars unveiled their new logo and mascot earlier this week. The team asked the public for suggestions on names. The top three went for a vote: Astro 10.6% Cosmo 23.8% and Blob 65.6%. Welcome Blob!

The United States Football League inaugural 2022 season is being played entirely in Birmingham, AL, at Protective Stadium. The Stars first game is Sunday, April 17, at 4:00 PM on USA vs. New Orleans Breakers.

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