SAN JACINTO (CNS) - Deputies serving search warrants at four San Jacinto homes today found two-and-one-half tons of marijuana, 4,901 plants and the equipment used to grow it wired to bypass electrical meters and avoid paying for the utility leading to the arrest of a Rosemead man.
The warrants were served at about 10 a.m. at the four residences, according to Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Julio Olguin..
"During the warrant service, a total of approximately 4901 plants were eradicated from these residences along with 110 pounds of processed marijuana," Olguin said. "A total combined weight of approximately two and a half tons of marijuana was collected from these locations."
The deputies also collected 80 fans, a large amount of packaging, 145 lights and two air conditioning units