On Saturday, August 8, deputies from the San Jacinto Sheriff’s Station served four search warrants related to illegal indoor residential marijuana grows and marijuana sales. Deputies eradicated a total of approximately 4901 plants from these locations along with 110 pounds of processed marijuana.
A total combined weight of approximately two and a half tons of marijuana was collected. Deputies also collected 80 fans, large amounts of packaging, 145 lights, 2 AC units, and 142 ballasts, according to Sergeant Julio Olguin of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
Coe Hoc Phung, 45, of Rosemead was arrested at a residence on Garcia Drive. Olguin said Phung was arrested for maintaining a drug house, theft of utilities, marijuana cultivation, and marijuana sales. He was booked at Cois Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta. Jail records show Phung is being held in lieu of $100,000. His court date is scheduled for December 18.
Southern California Edison responded and located an illegal electrical by-pass underneath the electrical meters at all four indoor grows, said Olgin. The estimated total theft of utilities is $280,000.
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