Saturday, September 15, 2012

Pot bust on National Forest land in Trinity Co. nets 7300 plants and two arrests Featured

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According to a Press Release from the Trinity County Sheriff's Office, dated Sept. 14, 2012:
On September 7, 2012 officers with the Trinity County Narcotics Task Force, United States Forest Service, CERT Team 1, NSMIT eradicated a clandestine marijuana grow on the National Forest in Trinity County. Approximately 7,300 growing marijuana pants were seized along with approximately 500 pounds of processed marijuana. The cultivation site located was returned to its natural state. All camps, garbage, water lines and any other items located were removed via helicopter. Subjects were located in the marijuana cultivation site and a foot chase ensued. Two Hispanic male adults (Aristeo Ambriz Equihua DOB: 09/03/1951, Livingston, CA and Andres Valenzueua Reyes DOB: 07/14/1982, Mexico), were arrested and charged with:11358 H&S – Plant/Cultivate/Etc Marijuana/Hasish, 11359 H&S – Possess Marijuana/Hashish for sale, 182 PC – Conspiracy to commit crime. Both are being held on $30,000.00 bail.

The photos below show show Aristeo Ambriz Equihua (left) and Andres Valenzueua Reyes (right)


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