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Nevada County marijuana: Sheriff’s Office busts 1,300-plant grow

From a release:

On September 28th, 2017, The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office served a criminal search warrant in the 17000 block of Sadie D Mine Road and discovered an apparent commercial marijuana cultivation operation. On the property deputies located eight greenhouses with about 9000 square feet of combined grow space, which contained over 1300 marijuana plants. A binder was located at the scene containing about 280 photocopies of doctor’s recommendations, as well as photocopies of personal identification of the people named in the recommendations. Also discovered was paperwork listing more than one business that may be associated with the commercial operation, including “Nevada County Cannabis, Inc.”

Based on the identifications found in the binder, none of the recommendations were for Nevada County residents and no one was located at the scene at the time the search warrant was served.

The investigation is ongoing.


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