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Posted by: thepinetree on 07/11/2018 02:09 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 07/11/2018 02:09 PM
Expires: 01/01/2023 12:00 AM
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Operation Green Wave - Marijuana Eradications Continue for Calaveras Sheriff's Dept.

San Andreas, CA...Beginning on 7/9/18, The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office along with the California National Guard Counter Drug Task Force and several cooperating agencies began serving a series of criminal search warrants throughout Calaveras County. The search warrants were part of a month’s long operation into the illegal cultivation of marijuana/cannabis and directly associated environmental crimes.




This operation demonstrates the cooperation between allied agencies working together in a concerted effort along with the California National Guard Counter Drug Task Force to investigate for prosecution those persons or organizations responsible for committing criminal acts and environmental damage in Calaveras County with far reaching effects to the state’s most valuable resources such as land and water.

As previously noted in other investigations, due to the nature of our watershed systems in Calaveras County, the environmental damage that begins in the mountains and foothills of Calaveras County has significant impacts into other portions of California, including the Central Valley and San Francisco Bay Area. Specifically, the Mokelumne River Watershed leads directly into East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD) reservoirs which are the water source for millions of California residents. The area of this operation also included the Stanislaus River drainage system which affects millions of residents and agricultural water in the Central Valley and beyond.

A significant number of environmental crimes were located. The environmental crimes found include but are not limited to damage to the watersheds and waterways.
Search Warrant Locations
• 600 block of Ealey Rd, Glencoe
736 Marijuana Plants, 100.6 lbs. Processed Marijuana, 198 lbs. of Cannabis Edibles, & 1 Firearm
• 6900 and 7100 block of Cedar Springs Rd, Mountain Ranch
16,744 Marijuana Plants & 10 lbs. Processed Marijuana
• 5100 block of Hawver Rd, Mokelumne Hill
1206 Marijuana Plants, 4 lbs. Processed Marijuana, $3,580 in Cash,
8 Firearms, & 2 Citations were issued
• 6000 block of Hawver Rd, Mokelumne Hill
Butane Honey Oil Lab, 197 Marijuana Plants, 2 Citations were issued
• 2200 block of Gold Strike Rd, San Andreas
Butane Honey Oil Lab, 2569 Marijuana Plants, 1718 lbs. Processed Marijuana, 5.31 lbs. of Concentrated Marijuana, & 9 Grams of Methamphetamine
• 7300 block Schaad Rd, Wilseyville
388 Marijuana Plants, 1 Arrest, & 2 Firearms
• 1300 block of Higdon Rd, West Point
2,659 Marijuana Plants
• 10700 block of Walker Trail Rd, Copperopolis
1933 Marijuana Plants, 1 Citation issued
• 9800 block of Smokey Ridge Rd, Sheep Ranch
Butane Honey Oil Lab, 3lbs. Processed Marijuana
• 6300 block of Mountain Ranch Rd, Mountain Ranch
164 Marijuana Plants, 212.99 lbs. Processed Marijuana, 1 Citation issued
• 13500 block of Jesus Maria Rd, Mountain Ranch
1 Marijuana Plant, 5 lbs. Processed Marijuana, Site was abandoned on entry
Operation Totals
Marijuana Plants: 26,597
Processed Marijuana: 1,832.22 lbs.
Concentrated Marijuana: 5.31 lbs.
Other Drugs: 9 grams Methamphetamine
Firearms: 11
Money: $3,580
Arrests/Citations: 7
Cases Referred to the District Attorney for prosecution: 14

This operation’s criminal cases will be sent to the Calaveras County District Attorney’s Office for prosecution.


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Incredible waste
Posted on: 2018-07-11 14:18:02   By: Anonymous
 
I am a supporter of law enforcement, but this is a bad road we are going down. What is the point? What an incredible waste of resources, time and money. Less than $4,000 found? WOW. Let's use our law resources on the skyrocketing meth, heroin and vehicle theft problems. Every single day there are several reported vehicle thefts. This causes far more problems for the average person.


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    Re: Incredible waste
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 14:49:48   By: Anonymous
     
    WHAT ABOUT THE GUNS? THE HONEY LABS? THE MARIJUANA? THE CRIMINALS? YOUR MIND IS SHALLOW

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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:05:47   By: Anonymous
       
      Regulation would fix all of that.

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        Re: Incredible waste
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:23:47   By: Anonymous
         
        So would a bullet to the head.

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        Re: Incredible waste
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:29:25   By: Anonymous
         
        Should've been this vigilant when the UO began, oh wait, they needed the millions of dollars we paid them in taxes to do it... So they'll take our money, turn around and paint us criminals and waste that money on raids while patting themselves on the back. Bet you feel big.

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          Re: Incredible waste
          Posted on: 2018-07-11 21:12:34   By: Anonymous
           
          Hope you feel dead!

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        Re: Incredible waste
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 18:22:02   By: Anonymous
         
        Good work cops. Try running em all over with the new bearcat mobile

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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:11:57   By: Anonymous
       
      FUNNY HOW THE WONDERFUL POT GROWERS WHO ONLY WANTED TO HELP OUR COUNTY, HAVE BECOME MEAN AND HATEFUL ONCE THEY DIDN'T GET THEIR WAY.

      THE UO WAS REGULATION. LOOK WHAT HAPPENED. MARIJUANA IS BAD AND BRINGS BAD WITH IT.

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      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 17:05:47   By: Anonymous
       
      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! LYING, CHEATING, CROOKED HILLARY!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-07-21 08:37:07   By: Anonymous
       
      You are a dumb c unt

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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-08-07 19:25:20   By: Anonymous
       
      Turn the non buts in. They will not last!,,,,,,,,

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    Re: Incredible waste
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:19:17   By: Anonymous
     
    Pretty sure they outright take the property and land. It is then sold.

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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:41:14   By: Anonymous
       
      absolutely wrong

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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:32:03   By: Anonymous
       
      They seldom take the property. The big raids over the Chinese gangs that had a dozen houses in our county and nearly 100 houses in the Sacramento area, the feds were going to seize about a dozen of those places but that was all.

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        Re: Incredible waste
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 17:07:22   By: Anonymous
         
        The Chinese gangs all have Pizza Gates and are a severe risk to bust.

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      Re: Incredible waste
      Posted on: 2018-07-13 10:00:19   By: Anonymous
       
      And once warrants were secured, the sites would either have to come into compliance or be fined. If the property owner did not pay, a lien could be taken on a property and a court judgment could liquidate an owner’s assets.

      https://www.uniondemocrat.com/localnews/6340060-151/on-the-trail-of-illegal-marijuana-grows

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    Re: Incredible waste
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 10:20:28   By: Anonymous
     
    DILLY DILLY !!

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    Re: Incredible waste
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 15:11:21   By: Anonymous
     
    not if you live next to one of these grows. Bad actors driving up and down your road, guaranteed one will start a fire with the generators in the open. How do you like coming across someone at your back gate with face tattoos? When they get ripped off I'll be in the crossfire.



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    Re: Incredible waste
    Posted on: 2018-07-21 08:36:11   By: Anonymous
     
    You are a dumb c unt

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-07-11 14:22:12   By: Anonymous
 
I am curious to see how many of these cases are actually prosecuted vs how many the DA drops?

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GREAT JOB CCSO!
Posted on: 2018-07-11 14:23:02   By: Anonymous
 
Thank you for putting public safety first and protecting our environment as noted: As previously due to the nature of our watershed systems in Calaveras County, the environmental damage that begins in the mountains and foothills of Calaveras County has significant impacts into other portions of California, including the Central Valley and San Francisco Bay Area. Specifically, the Mokelumne River Watershed leads directly into East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD) reservoirs which are the water source for millions of California residents. The area of this operation also included the Stanislaus River drainage system which affects millions of residents and agricultural water in the Central Valley and beyond.

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    Re: GREAT JOB CCSO!
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:18:11   By: Anonymous
     
    Nearly all agriculture, especially commercial agriculture has inputs. Fertilizers, pesticides, amendments... It works out because the inputs and operations are regulated. Environmental damage is why there is regulation. Why don't you Google the fungicides used in almond orchards. Freaky, eh? Regulation protects the health of people and the environment.
    Read the Mills Report- illegal and unregulated agriculture can be really damaging. His vote to ban cannabis removed regulation from the cannabis industry in Calaveras. Counter productive.

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      Re: GREAT JOB CCSO!
      Posted on: 2018-07-12 06:01:16   By: Anonymous
       
      Propaganda! The whole EBMUD water supply and environmental hazard argument is a lie. Don't you think if they saw it as a serious threat to the water supply for their millions of customers they would want to do whatever they could to help eliminate or mitigate the problem? You would think so, right? So this big problem for their water is why EBMUD is now sending millions of dollars to our county to help county law enforcement eliminate the problem. Reality is, is it's not a problem for them, they wont spend money on it. Proponents for the elimination of commercial cannabis devalue their position with this spurious argument. Please spare us the propaganda and simply enforce the law. That includes actually convicting and jailing some of these offenders Ms. DA.

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      Re: FU mills
      Posted on: 2018-08-14 19:32:05   By: Anonymous
       
      Oh stfu! MILLS!! I wouldn't even wipe my ass with your idiotic report! You are such a pos liar! You'll get what you deserve soon enough! F*uckin FAG!

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    Re: GREAT JOB CCSO!
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:53:55   By: Anonymous
     
    Mills led the charge in his new tank!

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    Re: GREAT JOB CCSO!
    Posted on: 2018-07-21 08:38:01   By: Anonymous
     
    You are a dumb c unt.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-07-11 14:24:56   By: Anonymous
 
Yippee!!!!!! Let's take our county back!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:32:23   By: Anonymous
     
    Woohoo! Meth is on the menu again boys! Your a helpless twat unworthy of the mush you call a brain

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-07-11 14:53:56   By: Anonymous
 
How are there 7 arrests/citations but 14 referrals to the DA?

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:02:40   By: Anonymous
 
Super job. Now come on back to the previously shut down very large grow at 3800 Esmeralda Rd in Murphys. Despite paying large abatement fees, the Hmong community is back at it.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 19:26:52   By: Anonymous
     
    i'm sure they will get them!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:25:48   By: Anonymous
 
A handful down! Great Work.

Dozens and dozens to go!

Now we need property confiscation.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:51:03   By: Anonymous
     
    The new and improved 8.06 would be the best thing for the county.


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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:58:22   By: Anonymous
       
      Yup I can't wait to start reporting ranchers for their shipping containers that are not on foundations...they'll be immediately liable for $250 per violation and need to pay the county fees. Gotta love the new 8.06

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:25:08   By: Anonymous
         
        Me too! I’ve already started a list of shipping containers on property owned by the county, state, and schools. Let’s see how they like paying for engineered foundations.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-08-14 20:02:36   By: Anonymous
           
          I have a whole list of PEOPLE ready and willing to drive around, and call in any and ALL non marijuana related offenders in! From sun up to sun down! Every damn day!

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:36:25   By: Anonymous
       
      The 8.06 code compliance ordinance will have public input meeting in each district before being voted on by the Supes. They estimate it will be Fall before it is ready to be presented at a board meeting again.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 19:02:43   By: Anonymous
         
        I went to the dump thinking what 8.06 would do for the county. Then I looked round and realized is how much junk can I pile on my property. Calaveras *bleep*y loves junk. I just love junk.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-07-21 08:39:20   By: Anonymous
     
    You are a dumb c unt.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2018-07-11 15:50:57   By: Anonymous
 
1 plant and 5 pounds...holy cow those guys were a definite public safety threat. I am so glad that we wasted the resources acquiring a warrant and sending an entire bust team to get that plant!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:17:37   By: Anonymous
     
    One at a time, drive them all out. Activity is way down but many are a still growing and dealing, what a bunch of low life's. Other that some extra cash being spent in the county many of our citizens hate what our county has become and don't want their dirty cash here. Many growers I know and have talked to have really bad attitudes towards their neighbors and the county in general and don't care about the damage they cause. Many grows are nothing more than stinky eye-sores for which this county should be ashamed of and the types of people it brings around, very dangerous. Sheriff, chase them all out and if some elect to jump out of the car at 80 MPH, well that should save us some prosecution dollars. Confiscate property, real and personal to cover some of your expenses.

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:19:54   By: Anonymous
       
      Supervisors, current and future newly elected, pay attention, find other revenue to run this county, dirty dope money ain't it.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 16:50:02   By: Anonymous
         
        Yeah!!!! Arrest people with illegal Sea Containers and fine the crap out of them!!!

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-07-11 17:12:38   By: Anonymous
           
          Arrest all Dodge Turba Disal owners too!!

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        Re: If you want the Job do the Homework!
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 17:04:21   By: Anonymous
         
        Looks like we finally learned our lesson on how many ways commercial cannabis is damaging our communities. Whew, that took a while - hope our memory last through the next board. The scent of $$$$ can really drive the unengaged mind to some weird decision making. Terrible that the good residents of our county have to do all the work educating our lazy BOS members!

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          Re: If you want the Job do the Homework!
          Posted on: 2018-07-11 21:36:02   By: Anonymous
           
          No, you didn't learn anything about a commercial cannibas industry. What you learned was about the fallout from an unregulated and unchecked industry. Welcome to the new world where the county cannot possibly contain the fallout.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2018-07-11 19:25:01   By: Anonymous
         
        The garbage fee should be raised to 500 per year per parcel.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-07-11 19:44:00   By: Anonymous
           
          I'm still surrounded by illegal growers.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-07-11 19:52:38   By: Anonymous
           
          Intelligence quotients in the county should be raised at least 40 points.

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2018-07-11 21:38:03   By: Anonymous
           
          Oh, goody. So more of the couch surfers can drop their garbage bags on my country road when they can't show a license with a Calaveras address.

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            Re:
            Posted on: 2018-07-12 13:54:11   By: Anonymous
             
            They probably also signed the Mills recall petition. No wonder that got all screwed up! LOL!

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2018-07-11 21:16:48   By: Anonymous
       
      Burn them out.

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Plant Numbers??
Posted on: 2018-07-11 22:00:42   By: Anonymous
 


What is with all the mention of plant numbers?? I thought it was all about square footage? How do these plant counts translate to actual on-the-ground space?
If the county is going to qualify cultivation by square footage, they should be consistent by qualifying eradication by square footage.

yawn.

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Operation Green Wave
Posted on: 2018-07-12 00:58:02   By: Anonymous
 
Hey everyone! Wave goodby to all the potheads.

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Regulation
Posted on: 2018-07-12 03:37:57   By: Anonymous
 
They wanted regulation and this qualifies as regulation.

If you hit the flush handle often enough these turds will go away.

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    Re: Regulation
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 05:49:07   By: Anonymous
     
    NICE WORK

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    Re: Regulation
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 07:15:44   By: Anonymous
     
    It's like punching water in the pond it will just keep filling back up nothing will change the grows will stay.

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Low Lying Fruit
Posted on: 2018-07-12 07:42:06   By: Anonymous
 
This is just picking the low lying fruit.
The Ban needs to be overturned by the Board of Supervisors.
Regulations to allow some farmers to reap the benefits of California's Legalization of Recreational Cannabis are needed.

Economic prosperity could be in Calaveras County. Imagine that.
Then the Sheriff would have the resources he needs to get rid of the illegal grows.

There are many farmers that want to operate within the law and pay taxes and have the quality of life that we ALL want in Calaveras County

Regulation is the answer. Money for our county. Economic growth.


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    Re: The Regulating Quagmire
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 08:11:12   By: Anonymous
     
    How do you Regulate the Un-Regulatable?

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    Re: Low Lying Fruit
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 09:08:09   By: Anonymous
     
    "Regulations to allow some farmers to reap the benefits of California's Legalization of Recreational Cannabis are needed."

    Exactly. Glad to hear you folks are starting to talk some good sense. If commercial is allowed it should be how Tofanelli suggested. 100 acre parcel minimums. Ag properties only. Less than 50 grows, for sure. Regulate the crap out of them. Tax the crap out of them to keep the illegal grows out. Keep it completely out of sight.
    I would go for allowing more than a half acre if it was on big enough properties. They should have their own security. They should not be allowed to combine properties to meet the minimum; you can't buy three adjacent 40 acre parcels and grow commercial.

    Leave the personal grows alone, no registration should be required. Let people grow their six plants outside.

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      Re: Low Lying Fruit
      Posted on: 2018-07-12 09:13:44   By: Anonymous
       
      I will add that it should be 6 plants and 100sqft per adult up to two adults per parcel to allow for certain circumstances.

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GREAT JOB
Posted on: 2018-07-12 08:03:37   By: Anonymous
 
Nice to see a large coordinated effort like this occurring in the County. Hopefully a few of these were previously registered growers so others who continue to flout the ban ordinance will take it as a warning they will be next.

If every current grower does not think they are on a list at the sheriff's office, they are being naïve. Their time is limited. Eventually their name will come to the top of the list. So . . . either stop growing or be prepared for a raid, confiscation, incurring the expense of eradication as a lien on the land. Hopefully criminal prosecution can be added to the list. Yes . . . criminal prosecution and jail time. Money is not an issue for growers; time in the slammer might be a more effective deterrent. Get to wear a pretty orange suit; go out and do community service cleaning up the sides of roadways, weed whacking, helping to fight local fires.

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    Re: GREAT JOB
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 08:20:01   By: Anonymous
     
    THANK YOU!!!! Mtn.Ranch 5th generation :)

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    Re: GREAT JOB
    Posted on: 2018-07-12 15:36:28   By: Anonymous
     
    I know for a fact the Walker Trail grow was eradicated last year - some serious environmental issues and poaching going on. When a landowner continues to allow this to happen they should be hammered.



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      Re: GREAT JOB
      Posted on: 2018-07-12 19:42:33   By: Anonymous
       
      I know of one that was abated last year and still growing right now like nothing happened.

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        Re: GREAT JOB
        Posted on: 2018-07-13 02:22:34   By: Anonymous
         
        ^ They probably have one of those things.

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