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When Cannabis Goes Wrong: Fountain Valley police arrest 3 on suspicion of unlawful cannabis cultivation

by Paul Byrd


When Cannabis Goes Wrong: Fountain Valley police arrest 3 on suspicion of unlawful cannabis cultivation

by Paul Byrd


By Paul Byrd II

On Monday, November 8th, Fountain Valley Police arrested three individuals that were suspected of unlawfully cultivating marijuana plants. Officials reported that they received word on four marijuana cultivation operations from the months July to October. They were also informed that the operations were all located closely together in Fountain Valley. Soon, investigations took place after search warrants were sent out to each location. 

 

After authorities searched each location, they discovered that each property was converted into an indoor cultivation site. While the state of California does permit the cultivation of marijuana to adults 21 and older, the state limits the supply to only 6 plants per person. Amongst the four properties, police discovered and apprehended over 1600 plants! While the suspects' identities have not been revealed on this story yet, they are said to be in custody at this point in time!