Marijuana that was allegedly eradicated this week in Anza. (Riverside County Sheriff’s Department)
Five search warrants were served in Anza this week, which led to discoveries at “several indoor and outdoor structures,” authorities said.
ANZA, CA — A raid by sheriff’s deputies at five different sites in Anza this week resulted in the “eradication” of approximately 3,140 marijuana plants and 4,148 pounds of processed cannabis, the sheriff’s department reported. More than 2,700 plants were also discovered in another investigation conducted by deputies out of the Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department reported that five marijuana cultivation-related search warrants were served Wednesday in the unincorporated Anza community. In addition to deputies, personnel from Riverside County Code Enforcement and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife were on hand during the searches, according to the sheriff’s department.
The cannabis was discovered in “several indoor and outdoor structures,” the department reported. Addresses were not disclosed.
Published: October 07, 2022
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