Four arrested in butane honey oil lab investigation in El Dorado County

Four arrested in butane honey oil lab investigation in El Dorado County
ABOVE (L to R): Nicolay, Sandoval, Gaytan, Hendricks | El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office

El Dorado County narcotics detectives have arrested four people after serving three search warrants in connection to a butane honey oil lab investigation.

Detectives served warrants at two homes in Placerville as well as a business on the 2500 block of Greenwood Lane in Cameron Park.

In addition to the four arrests, detectives seized several pounds of marijuana, concentrated cannabis, lab equipment, and cans of butane gas. Polie say 150 unused cans and 15,000 used canisters were found.

Those arrested are identified as Chad Nicolay (33), Luis Sandoval, Anthony Gaytan (27), and Allison Hendricks.

The first three face charges of manufacturing a controlled substance and conspiracy. Hendricks faces charges of child endangerment, as does Nicolay.

Four arrested in butane honey oil lab investigation in El Dorado County was last modified: February 7th, 2020 by admin
Categories: El Dorado

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