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Crime70 Tons of Weed Buried in Landfill After Seizures at Over 100 Illegal Grows in Anza Valley

17:25  08 june  2019
17:25  08 june  2019 Source:   ktla.com

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Nearly 70 tons of weed were buried at a landfill in Beaumont after a series of seizures at illegal grow operations in the Anza Valley on June 5, 2019. Roughly 70 tons of marijuana seized during raids at more than 100 illegal growing operations across the Anza Valley this week was promptly

70 Tons of Weed Buried in Landfill After Seizures at Over 100 Illegal Grows in Anza Valley . 140,000 Marijuana Plants Seized in Riverside County Raid Targeting Illegal Pot Farms. Over .5B Worth of Illegal Pot Seized in CA This Year — About the Same Size as Legal Market.

70 Tons of Weed Buried in Landfill After Seizures at Over 100 Illegal Grows in Anza Valley© Credit: Riverside County Departm/TNS Nearly 70 tons of weed were buried at a landfill in Beaumont after a series of seizures at illegal grow operations in the Anza Valley on June 5, 2019.

Roughly 70 tons of marijuana seized during raids at more than 100 illegal growing operations across the Anza Valley this week was promptly buried at a landfill in Beaumont, officials said Friday.

The sweep was conducted Wednesday, with about 700 law enforcement officials serving search warrants at 118 locations throughout the area, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release.

Eight people were ultimately arrested and 17 firearms were seized — along with 140,877 marijuana plants and 3,037 pounds of processed pot, authorities said.

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An Anza man and an Escondido man face murder charges after being arrested over the weekend in connection with the fatal shooting of a man in Anza last week, authorities said. 70 Tons of Weed Buried in Landfill After Seizures at Over 100 Illegal Grows in Anza Valley .

70 Tons of Weed Buried in Landfill After Seizures at Over 100 Illegal Grows in Anza Valley . Deputies Seize Over 2K Marijuana Plants From Perris Home After Neighbor Reports Water Flooding Yards.

The plants carried an estimated street value of $189 million.

All 70 tons of the weed plants were buried at the Lamb Canyon Landfill in Beaumont, where officials worked past 11 p.m. to dispose of the cannabis, Department of Waste Resources staff said Friday.

Officials say other refuse was immediately piled on top of the cannabis.

The raids were conducted in response to concerns community members expressed about the growing operations, sheriff’s officials said.

#AnzaValley Final Update:

Deputies and Officers are still actively investigating illegal marijuana grows.

As of now, several firearms were seized, over one hundred locations searched, and about a dozen arrests.

A PR will be published with final stats this evening https://t.co/PjmV851TSHpic.twitter.com/BM2HHyOVLv

— Riverside County Sheriff's Dept (@RSO) June 5, 2019

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