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CA: Despite Legalization Efforts, The Police State Continues Its War On Marijuana

Katelyn Baker

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The Calaveras County Sheriff's Office arrested 23 people after serving search warrants at three locations with illegal marijuana grows near West Point.

About 7,700 pounds of marijuana and other substances were seized and destroyed or taken as evidence, according to a press release from the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators located about 1,500 pounds of processed marijuana, several hundred pounds of which were packaged to be shipped or transported.

A total of 1,048 plants were eradicated and just under $13,000 in cash and two guns was seized as evidence.

Other agencies that assisted in the service of the search warrant include the Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office, California Department of Corrections, Cal Fire Law Enforcement, Calaveras County Code Enforcement. This case is still under investigation.

Enjoy your Police State.


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Full Article: Despite Legalization Efforts, The Police State Continues Its War On Marijuana In Calaveras County
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Member of the Month: Dec 2016
We are still waiting over here on the presentation and hopefully legalization, and so many growers have been busted, meaning of course bad winter for quality cannabis.

It is a double moral here too, they bust you saying it is illegal and in the narcotics list, but when you are in court stating "I am a drug user and your decision should be based on that", they nearly laugh at you because you "only" smoke cannabis....
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