Multiple Residences Raided Near Willits/Pot Found

(The question is–Where in the Emerald Triangle could multiple residences be raided and marijuana not be found in at least one home?)

Mendocino Sheriff Office Press Release:

On 02-19-2014 Deputies from the County of Mendocino Marijuana Eradication Team, assisted by Deputies from Mendocino Sheriff’s Office, Agents from the Mendocino Major Crimes Task Force and the Mendocino County Probation Department conducted 4 unrelated marijuana investigations in the Brooktrails subdivision of Willits, California.

At a residence on Primrose Drive investigators located processed marijuana, items used to manufacture controlled substances (butane method, honey oil), $5,483.00 in US Currency, a firearm and other evidence related to the sales of marijuana.

Arrested at this location was Jeremy Hershman [age 32 of Willits] who was booked into the Mendocino County jail where he was later released after posting $50,000.00 bail.

At a residence on Lupine Drive investigators located 134 marijuana plants that were being grown indoors, $1,300.00 in US Currency and processed marijuana.  No one was at the location during the service of the search warrant and the suspects have been identified. This case is currently under investigation.

At a residence on Tucker Lane investigators located 26 marijuana plants that were being grown indoors, processed marijuana, concentrated cannabis and a firearm.  One suspect was contacted at the residence during the service of the search warrant and two additional suspects have been identified.  This case is currently under investigation.

At a residence on Blue Jay Place officers located 187 marijuana plants that were being grown indoors, processed marijuana and other evidence related to the sales of marijuana. One suspect was contacted at the residence during the investigation and two additional suspects have been identified.  This case is currently under investigation.

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