A search warrant related to black market marijuana grows and an unlicensed marijuana delivery service was served by multiple agencies Tuesday in parts of San Luis Obispo County.
A Fairfield woman has been convicted of using a banned pesticide at a black market grow in Lake County. The grow contained 850 plants that were not permitted by Lake County or licensed by the state.
CDFW and the Trinity County Sheriff's Office served a search warrant in Hayfork on Feb. 22 that yielded 455 pounds of black market marijuana and several firearms.
Wildlife Officers seized 455 pounds of processed marijuana, 1,540 grams of Butane Honey Oil (BHO) and equipment for a BHO lab at a black market operation in Trinity County.
CDFW and their state partners are presenting at two free cannabis permitting workshops in March 2019. The workshops, being held in Clearlake and Laytonville, are ideal for cannabis cultivators, consultants and anyone interested in the topic.
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