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Vallejo Property Owners Find Abandoned Pot Grow

The owners of a rental home in Vallejo were stunned when they discovered the residents had abandoned a large indoor marijuana grow operation and fled. “We’ve been violated,” said owner Leonardo Bordador. “This is the first time we’ve experienced this kind of thing. We can’t believe this could happen here.” Bordador said he and his wife leased the house to ...

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MJ Raids in Northern, Southern California

Marijuana plants growing in an indoor grow room

Police in California made two sizeable pot busts in late May, seizing more than 1,000 marijuana plants and more than 40 pounds of harvested weed. In Southern California, police seized 432 plants and 10 pounds of cannabis after stopping a car May 23. A police K9 handler from Placentia pulled over a vehicle early in the morning on State Route ...

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San Jose Dealing with House Grows

Police in San Jose say illegal grow houses are becoming an increasing problem – one they’re not fully equipped to handle as their resources shrink and other issues take priority over weed. In March, the body of a 26-year-old man was found in a grow house in the Coyote Creek neighborhood. He had been shot to death. Police haven’t said ...

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San Bernardino Cops Raid Grow Houses

Police in San Bernardino raided two grow houses across the street from each other May 9, arresting seven people and hauling away 2,600 marijuana plants that were close to harvest. Police arrested Synatra Tip, 68; Phua Ha, 34; Saoline Phoeuk, 63; Sveong Danh, 61; Sue Song; and Choua Yang. It wasn’t immediately clear what charges would be filed against them. ...

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Real Estate Agents Uncover Grow House

Real estate agents visiting a home in West Covina stumbled across a large indoor marijuana grow April 26, police said. The agents dropped by the house on Felicia Street at 1:30 p.m. and found the garden inside, said West Covina Police Lt. Dennis Patton. Officers seized about 700 plants, which they valued at $1.5 million, Patton said. “This home is ...

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