Four people were arrested in Anza on Thursday after police found over 4,000 plants and 383 pounds of processed marijuana at eight locations in Anza.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and Riverside County Code Enforcement served eight marijuana cultivation-related search warrants in Anza, according to a news release. During the service, approximately 4,194 plants were eradicated and 383 pounds of processed marijuana was collected, for a total combined weight of approximately three tons.
Two firearms (one rifle and one handgun) were also collected for evidence as well as a dismantled honey oil lab and two containers of “toxic pesticides that have been banned in the United States for endangering domestic animals and wildlife and are known hazards to the water table.”
Three Anza residents and one Union City man were arrested for Marijuana Cultivation.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department asks that if you suspect drug activity in your area, to please contact your local Sheriff’s Station.