The recent bust took place Monday and Tuesday near Cooper Cienega Truck Trail, south of Tule Peak Road, and east of Temecula. (Renee Schiavone/Patch)
ANZA, CA — A $38 million marijuana bust was conducted by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department this week in Anza, marking the second large-scale law enforcement cannabis operation reported in recent weeks.
The recent bust took place Monday and Tuesday near Cooper Cienega Truck Trail, south of Tule Peak Road, and east of Temecula.
“Over the course of two days, the operation worked to eradicate illegal cultivation sites on over 580 acres of public and private land,” according to the sheriff’s department. “Over 41,000 marijuana plants were eradicated. In addition, 600 pounds of processed marijuana were recovered from a makeshift processing shed.”
Published: August 14, 2020
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