Sheriff’s deputies conduct marijuana eradication activities in Anza

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Budding cannabis plants are clustered tightly together at a location where Riverside county sheriff’s deputies served a marijuana cultivation-related search warrant in Anza Wednesday, April 14. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
Personnel from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife served eight marijuana cultivation related search warrants Wednesday, April 14. The eight separate residences and properties were located in the unincorporated area of Anza and included the 38300 block of Alessandro Road; a parcel of land near Old Camanche Trail and Bautista Canyon Road; the 52800 block of Browns Rocky Road; another parcel of land near Browns Rocky Road and Woodview Road; the 51900 block of Browns Rocky Road; the 39000 block of Indian Road; a parcel of land near Indian Road and Springs Trail and yet another a parcel of land near Indian Road and Springs Trail. During the searches, approximately 19,916 marijuana plants were eradicated and 1,015 pounds of processed
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