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When Cannabis Goes Bad: Thirty four arrested in San Bernardino County

by Marc Wasserman


When Cannabis Goes Bad: Thirty four arrested in San Bernardino County

by Marc Wasserman


San Bernardino County saw one of its most significant arrest in recent history this past week. After receiving multiple complaints and reports on outdoor and indoor marijuana operations, San Bernardino County police stepped in and took the proper action to handle the situation at hand.  Thus, “Operation Hammer Strike” took place from November 1st to November 7th. The operation issued search warrants across locations such as Lucerne Valley, San Bernardino, Twentynine Palms, and many more. 

 

Upon fulfilling the search warrants, suspects were charged with the unlawful cultivation of more than six plants. Authorities also charged suspects with possession for sales of marijuana, illegal water discharge, and possession of firearms. Authorities also reported that officials collected over 33,189 marijuana plants, nine guns, and $24,000 from the sites, as well as eradicating over 200 greenhouses. As the operation finally came to end, California residents are relieved to have their neighborhoods return to the traditional safe environment that they once knew it to be!