Authorities in the famed wine country of Sonoma County, California, shut down the largest illegal marijuana grow operation in the county's history, seizing roughly 63,000 unlicensed cannabis plants. County inspectors with the Permit and Resource Management Department on Aug. 28 came across five properties in South Santa Rosa that held a total of 63,241 illegal MJ plants. This year alone, county officials have responded to 195 complaints of unlicensed commercial cannabis activity and have seize...
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California county shutters record illegal grow with 63,000 marijuana plants
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