A search of a property in the City of Perris yielded 1,340 marijuana plants in various stages of growth, 247 pounds of processed marijuana, more than $8,000. in U.S. currency, and six firearms.
On October 5, deputies from the Perris Station Special Enforcement Team learned of an illegal marijuana grow operating in the 1500 block of W. San Jacinto Ave. in the city of Perris. A search warrant was served on November 11. Deputies detained and subsequently arrested 13 males from the City of Perris and two males from the City of Milpitas.
All marijuana plants were eradicated from the property.
Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to contact Deputy Rabago at 951-210-1122 or Deputy Hinkle at 951- 210-1116.
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