Traffic stop breaks supply chain

SANTA BARBARA — Thirty-nine year-old Glen Mowrer III made three mistakes ton Monday: driving a car without a front license plate, contacting a suspected street hooker and having 20 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of his car.

Mowrer’s residence was searched following his traffic stop, and Santa Barbara police discovered another 100 pounds of marijuana and a fully-equipped cannabis conversion lab. By then officers discovered that their suspect was also on probation for possession of concentrated cannabis in Siskiyou County.

Mowrer said he was a permitted grower and supplier of marijuana products to four local dispensaries, which had all been raided by authorities just days earlier. At that time, arrests were made of all personnel found on the premises, along with seizures of thousands of marijuana plants, over 100 pounds of processed marijuana, cannabis edibles, and large amounts of cash.

Traffic stop breaks supply chain was last modified: July 17th, 2012 by admin
Categories: Santa Barbara

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