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Crime Elk Grove PD: 2 arrested after nearly 1,400 plants found in illegal pot grow

23:30  08 november  2019
23:30  08 november  2019 Source:   kcra.com

California illegal pot seizures top $1.5 billion in value

  California illegal pot seizures top $1.5 billion in value LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities seized more than $1.5 billion worth of illegally grown marijuana plants in California this year as part of an annual eradication program, officials said Monday. The raids netted more than 950,000 plants from nearly 350 growing operation sites this year through the "Campaign Against Marijuana Planting" program, an effort known as "CAMP" that dates to 1983 and is considered the nation's largest illegal marijuanaThe raids netted more than 950,000 plants from nearly 350 growing operation sites this year through the "Campaign Against Marijuana Planting" program, an effort known as "CAMP" that dates to 1983 and is considered the nation's largest illegal marijuana eradication program

Two men are in jail after being arrested for allegedly growing more than 400 marijuana plants in the Manistee National Forest.

Two men are in jail after being arrested for allegedly growing more than 400 marijuana plants in the Manistee National Forest.

Two people were arrested Friday morning after police discovered an illegal marijuana grow in Elk Grove, authorities said.

a man and woman posing for the camera: Armando Tapia and Leily Urizar were arrested Friday in connection with an illegal pot grow in Elk Grove, according to police.© Elk Grove Police Department Armando Tapia and Leily Urizar were arrested Friday in connection with an illegal pot grow in Elk Grove, according to police.

Armando Tapia, 32, and Leily Urizar, 24, were arrested after detectives found a marijuana cultivation operation in the 8900 block of Mooney Road around 7 a.m. while serving a search warrant related to the grow op, the Elk Grove Police Department said.

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Police said detectives found more than 1,380 plants and marijuana-related items in the home. Some of those items related to cultivation and sales were found in a child's room.

Off-Duty Cypress Police Officer Accused of Sex Assault at Garden Grove Home

  Off-Duty Cypress Police Officer Accused of Sex Assault at Garden Grove Home An off-duty Cypress police officer was arrested early Friday after allegedly taking a man home from a bar and assaulting him in Garden Grove, investigators said. Police are not naming the male officer, who was taken into custody after a standoff at his home on the 5500 block of Ludlow Avenue, Garden Grove police said in a news release. The sex assault was first reported to authorities around 3:45 a.m. The victim said that, after meeting at a bar, the pair drove to the officer's residence in Garden Grove, where the officer attacked the him.The victim was eventually able to escape and call police.

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Authorities have arrested 14 people after the discovery of a large illegal marijuana grow in western Colorado. They discovered thousands more plants when they raided the property. Investigators say 12 men and two women were arrested , and another half a dozen people

PAGELAND, S.C. — Deputies in Chesterfield County seized thousands of stolen guns Friday hidden inside a home near Pageland. Authorities said they received a

Tapia and Urizar were arrested and taken to the Sacramento County Main Jail, police said.

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