The owners of a high-profile marijuana shop in Southern California - Santa Ana's 420 Central - are accused in a lawsuit of defrauding investors. The suit, filed in Orange County Superior Court of California, contains a host of salacious allegations, including one that founder and CEO Robert Taft ran an unlicensed marijuana grow operation in Sonoma County. The suit, filed by two investment companies against a conglomeration of business entities known collectively as the 420 Companies and two of...
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California cannabis company accused of breach of contract, fraud
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