Police raid Colorado homes growing cannabis

DENVER – Authorities said Friday they raided hundreds of black market marijuana operations in Colorado that flouted the state’s cannabis law by growing tens of thousands of plants in Denver-area homes.

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Federal and local authorities in Colorado busted suspected marijuana operations in a coordinated raid of up to 50 black-market grow houses, according to The Denver Post. Agents from the U.S. Drug.

Twenty-five homes with suspected illegal grow operations were raided. Most of the homes targeted. big flashes of light,” said one neighbor. (credit: CBS) Police said the marijuana grown in Colorado.

Police and federal agents seized piles of pot plants and elaborate growing equipment thursday during raids of about 30 homes and warehouses throughout. into the illegal distribution of marijuana.

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DEA, Colorado police raid 50 illicit market Marijuana Grow Houses in Denver As many as 50 illicit market marijuana grow houses in the Denver metropolitan area were raided early thursday by DEA agents and state and local police.

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A man investigators believe moved to Colorado from Georgia with the intention of illegally growing marijuana was arrested Wednesday after police raided a marijuana grow house in Fort Collins. Ryan.

Businesses and homes were raided where marijuana was being grown illegally. Marijuana, guns and money have been seized as part of the operation. The Lakewood Police Department said there was a raid at.

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DENVER – Police and. and elaborate growing equipment Thursday during raids of about 30 homes and warehouses throughout the Denver area, part of a multi-state investigation into the illegal.

Haverhill police tweeted: "Following community reporting your snt (safer neighbourhood team) obtained and actioned a search warrant looking for cannabis. Decent size set up located and seized." A.

As many as 50 illicit market marijuana. raids in cities in Adams and Arapahoe counties. In the driveway of a home in Commerce City, Colorado, police laid out more than 100 cannabis plants that had.

Nathan Ayres told how he started growing the drug in his bedroom. Centre with just a fine after magistrates accepted the.