CAMP helicopter takes part in marijuana eradication in Aguanga

The California Department of Justice Campaign Against Marijuana Planting uses this 1978 Hughes 369D Rotorcraft to assist in marijuana eradication activities Monday, Aug. 10, and Tuesday, Aug. 11. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department’s Marijuana Enforcement Team directed an operation targeting outdoor illegal marijuana cultivations in the unincorporated areas of Anza and Aguanga Monday, Aug. 10, and Tuesday, Aug. 11.The operation was supported by members from the Hemet Sheriff’s Station, the Riverside District Attorney’s Office Cannabis Regulation Task Force, U.S. Forest Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bureau of Land Management and Campaign Against Marijuana Planting.The agencies conducted cannabis eradication activities on Bureau of Land Management lands in the Cooper Cienega Truck Trail area, south of Tule Peak Road, in Anza and Aguanga.Heli-Flite Inc. provided helicopter services for the CAMP program troops during the operation. The 1
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