[STOLEN] Police Recover a Stolen Corvette Stingray from an Illicit Marijuana Farm in California

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[STOLEN] Police Recover a Stolen Corvette Stingray from an Illicit Marijuana Farm in California


The rightful owner of this 2015 yellow Corvette coupe has cause to celebrate this week.

That’s because lawmen discovered the stolen Stingray hidden out at an indoor marijuana grow on White Crane Road in Merced County, California last week.

In the process, deputies also eradicated 18,514 marijuana plants in the bust, along with nine pounds of finished product. They also found two guns.

[STOLEN] Police Recover a Stolen Corvette Stingray from an Illicit Marijuana Farm in California


People from other parts of the country may have the mistaken notion that growing pot is always legal in California, but Sheriff Vern Warnke reminds residents that his office will be seriously enforcing a 2018 law that makes all outdoor grows illegal and will be prosecuting offenders to the full extent of the law. Furthermore, the law allows you to grow only six plants indoors, a far cry from the 18,514 found at this site!


Source:
mercedgwnews.com

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