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2 Arrested in Bakersfield Raid

Police in Bakersfield arrested two men after finding more than three tons of weed in the U-Haul van they were driving. The 6,700 pounds of marijuana, valued at $76 million, was allegedly discovered early July 9 after the driver ran a red light. Two officers pulled the van over at about 5:30 a.m. and smelled a strong odor of cannabis ...

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MMJ Entrepreneur Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy Charges

A onetime marijuana entrepreneur, among the flashiest in California, pleaded guilty to cannabis-related charges in federal court July 1. Yan Ebyam, 37, who was once a major player in MMJ, pleaded guilty to two felony counts of conspiracy to manufacture marijuana. He now faces between six and eight years in prison if the judge accepts his plea deal with prosecutors. ...

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Narcs in Nevada County Raid Honey Oil Lab

A pot bust in Nevada County in June ended with sheriff’s deputies seizing weed, butane containers, weapons, and thousands of dollars in cash. Two people were arrested at the scene of the raid. Eric Paul Normart, 45, and Jillian Rose Terzian, 26, were charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, criminal conspiracy, and committing a felony while armed. The Nevada County ...

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Dispensary Robbery Leaves One Dead

A man suspected of trying to rob a medical marijuana dispensary in Southern California was shot dead by a security guard June 25, authorities said. According to witnesses and police, two men entered a dispensary on Century Boulevard in Los Angeles shortly after noon and opened fire. The shop, “Nature’s Cure,” is located near LAX. The two men were met ...

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Cal. Man Pleads Guilty for Selling Dope in Philly

A California man has pleaded guilty to selling a large quantity of marijuana in Pennsylvania in 2012. Benjamin Choi, 26, pleaded guilty to a single charge of possession with intent to deliver in the courtroom of Philadelphia common pleas Judge Wendy Demchick-Alloy. Choi, a San Jose resident, entered the plea without making a sentencing deal with prosecutors. That means the ...

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