The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Cannabis Compliance Group (CCT) raided a black industry dispensary in Grover Beach on Thursday morning as effectively as an illegal cultivation facility in an undisclosed place in Los Alamos.

Officers had been assisted by personnel from other allied agencies such as the Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Bureau, the Santa Maria Police Department’s Unique Enforcement Group, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Workplace, the California Division of Fish and Wildlife, and the Grover Beach Police Division.

Following a month-extended investigation, CCT served a search warrant at the 805 Beach Breaks dispensary on Highland Way in Grover Beach at about eight:30 a.m. on March 28. Through the raid, deputies seized cannabis solutions and records related with the case.

CCT simultaneously served a second search warrant at a Los Alamos cannabis cultivation facility which the group determined to be the biggest they had encountered considering the fact that their formation in June of 2018.

The group found hundreds of thousands of cannabis plants at the facility, as effectively as thousands of pounds of processed cannabis prepared for sale.

Additional facts of the case have not been revealed as of however as it is nevertheless an active investigation, although Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Workplace says that it requires licensing fraud and the black industry diversion of cannabis.

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