Large Marijuana Farm Discovered on Government Land

June 15th, 2009 by Rick


The largest marijuana bust discovery, in the history of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office occurred last week, when more than 22,000 marijuana plants were discovered in a San Francisco Water District. Where the water runoff feeds into the Calaveras Reservoir, a couple of nearby creeks had water lines going from them, flowing underground into 24 marijuana gardens, along with three camp sites and three kitchens.

When deputies found the gardens, two young looking men wearing woodland camouflage, were seen working in the gardens. Both men fled into deep ravines and thick brush and evaded capture, although a semi-automatic hand gun was apparently dropped by one of the men.

The investigation into the gardens began when a tip came through to them that said that a teenage looking boy, wearing camoflauge was seen running up a creek bed. Oh, if only camouflage in real life was as reliable as it is in Call of Duty.


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    John G Says:

    Shame all those plants will be murdered :’(

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    John G Says:

    & Is this humboldt county all over again? Lol

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    Harley Says:

    Fuck the feds straight up,

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    JfromThaBay Says:

    I will be on my way over there as soon as the heat dies down a bit. They can’t find ‘em all. :)

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