Investigators from the Kern County Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit, along with the California Division of Fish and Wildlife, raided unlawful marijuana rising operations in Rosamond and Mojave final week, seizing greater than 4,800 vegetation. Images courtesy of Kern County Sheriff’s Workplace
The Kern County Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit, working with officers from the California Division of Fish and Wildlife, raided unlawful marijuana cultivation websites in Rosamond and Mojave, arresting 4 folks and seizing processed marijuana value greater than $2.5 million.
The raids have been carried out on Oct. 4.
Executing search warrants on the websites, investigators seized 4,885 marijuana vegetation, 561 kilos of processed marijuana with an estimated road worth of greater than $2.5 million and $4,949 in forex.
In addition they discovered a stolen .357 Magnum revolver, officers mentioned.
In the course of the raids, investigators arrested Artemio Lepiz, 60, of Mojave; Clark Lepiz 25, of Mojave; Hamlet Abrahamyan, 26, of Rosamond and Fidel Torres, 48, of Rosamond.
All 4 have been arrested on prices of unlawful cultivation of marijuana, based on Sheriff’s officers.
All 4 have pending courtroom proceedings.
The 2 public businesses teamed up in July to look two areas for unlawful marijuana rising operations in Rosamond, ensuing within the seizure of greater than 3,700 vegetation with an estimated road worth of $17 million.
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