Lassen County authorities eradicate three illegal marijuana cultivation sites

Lassen County authorities eradicate three illegal marijuana cultivation sites
PHOTOS: Lassen County Sheriff

LASSEN COUNTY — The Sheriff’s Office has announced the discovery and eradication of three illegal marijuana cultivation operations as of last Friday.

Personnel from the Sheriff’s Office, Department of Fish & Wildlife, US Forest Service, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and Lassen County Code Enforcement executed three search warrants at residences in Milford and Doyle after learning they’d been used as large-scale, illegal marijuana cultivation sites.

At the Milford site, a total of 386 plants were located, as well as several bins of processed marijuana and an unregistered firearm.

At a second location on Doyle Grade, officials located 153 plants. At the third site, 269.

The seized marijuana totaled approximately 7,980 pounds.

Lassen County authorities eradicate three illegal marijuana cultivation sites was last modified: October 2nd, 2019 by admin
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