Indoor Pot Grow Busted With 110 Pounds of Bud, 489 Plants

The following is a press release from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office:

Mendocino SheriffOn 03-03-2015 Deputies from the County of Mendocino Marijuana Eradication Team assisted by agents from the Mendocino Major Crimes Task Force and Patrol Deputies from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant on a residence and property in the 4700 Block of Bear Canyon Road in Willits, California.

Located on the property was an indoor marijuana growing operation that had approximately 489 marijuana plants. Further located during the search was approximately 110 pounds of processed marijuana which was packaged for sale, a scale, approximately $3,000.00 in US currency and other items associated with the possession of marijuana for sale and cultivation of marijuana.

Located and arrested at the location were Jacob Kiesel and John Rardon resulting in both being booked into the Mendocino County jail on the listed charges where they subsequently were released on $25,000.00 bail.

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7 comments

  • They got nothing better to do then harass growers down there or what’s going on.
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  • Where was this?

  • Where was this?

  • 110 processed pounds?? Its not stated, but I am assuming / hoping they are not all indoor pounds for two reasons…1 – it says they found 489 plants, which If they were doing 25 plants per light (about the standard) that would only be 16-18 lights roughly which theres no way 1 run yielded no 110 pounds, HOWEVER it is possible it could have been multiple runs and accumulated the 110 over a long period of time. 2 – Indoor pounds are worth about twice as much as outdoor pounds these days (I’m sorry but it’s true)

  • 110 processed pounds?? Its not stated, but I am assuming / hoping they are not all indoor pounds for two reasons…1 – it says they found 489 plants, which If they were doing 25 plants per light (about the standard) that would only be 16-18 lights roughly which theres no way 1 run yielded no 110 pounds, HOWEVER it is possible it could have been multiple runs and accumulated the 110 over a long period of time. 2 – Indoor pounds are worth about twice as much as outdoor pounds these days (I’m sorry but it’s true)

  • It has been that way for a long time. Though being an oldtimer I’ve heard tell that indoor used to sell for less than outdoor.

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