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$3 million in cannabis seized at Livermore warehouse

Updated: Jan 30, 2023

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LIVERMORE, Calif. (KRON) — More than $3 million in cannabis was seized from a warehouse in an industrial area of Livermore on Jan. 10, according to a tweet posted by Livermore PD.

Police described the grow as an “unlicensed indoor cannabis cultivation.”

No arrests were made, but the seizure included:

  • 3,460 plants valued at $2,140,875

  • 683.1 pounds of processed flower valued at $1,127,115

  • $46,888 in cash

  • 2 firearms

  • 1 assault rifle

The multi-agency investigation into the illegal grow included Livermore PD, the California Department of Cannabis Control and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Photos accompanying the announcement on Twitter showed a large warehouse filled with cannabis plants and several firearms along with clips of ammunition.

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