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Oregon police seize 12K marijuana plants from Black-Market Marijuana Grows site

More than 12,000 marijuana plants in 32 greenhouses had been seized from a marijuana develop site in southern Oregon on Thursday, in keeping with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.

A search warrant was served by Illegal Marijuana Enforcement Team detectives together with Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies at a rural property in Eagle Point at about 6:45 a.m., officers stated in an announcement.

The property contained the hashish plants and three,000 kilos of processed marijuana, sheriff’s officers stated.

Seven employees on the site had been detained, interviewed, and launched, officers stated.

The develop site had been underneath investigation for a month and there was no licensing for any sort of hashish rising, dealing with, or processing, in keeping with the sheriff’s office.

A main suspect has been recognized, the sheriff’s office famous.

There were seven workers at the site who were arrested and interviewed, according to officials.
There had been seven employees on the site who had been arrested and interviewed, in keeping with officers.
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The Illegal Marijuana Enforcement Team launched an investigation for a month, citing no licensing for cannabis growing.
The Illegal Marijuana Enforcement Team launched an investigation for a month, citing no licensing for hashish rising.
Jackson County Sheriff Oregon/Facebook

Citations from county code enforcement totaling $67,000 had been additionally issued for unapproved greenhouse buildings, unapproved marijuana manufacturing, and unpermitted electrical installations, the sheriff’s office stated.

A total of $67,000 in citations were issued for unapproved greenhouse structures at the southern Oregon marijuana grow site.
A complete of $67,000 in citations had been issued for unapproved greenhouse buildings on the Black-Market Marijuana Grow site.
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The assertion additionally stated unauthorized properly water use for business crop irrigation was noticed and is topic to civil and felony penalties.

The Illegal Marijuana Enforcement Team is a multi-agency activity pressure within the Rogue Valley paid for by a grant from the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission.

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