Law enforcement said many cultivation sites are “directly tied” to Mexican drug cartels, along with Asian and Armenian organized crime groups
By Jeffrey Cawood
On Wednesday, officials in Los Angeles County announced that law enforcement had seized more than 16 tons of illegal cannabis in what was described as the largest marijuana eradication effort in the history of the Sheriff’s Department.
NBC4 reported, “Sheriff Alex Villanueva showed photos of the sprawling operation at a morning news conference to discuss details of a recent 10-day operation that seized 373,000 marijuana plants and 33,480 pounds of harvested pot with an estimated street value of nearly $1.2 billion.”
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