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Green House Effect – $4.5 Million Pot Bust At Home

May 9, 2008

Green House Effect…Of Another Kind

Bob Marley would faint if he saw that photo (pic courtesy of the L.A. Times)

In Los Angeles, California, a bank employee inspecting a foreclosed home, made an unexpected discovery – a green eyed monster – a house full of weed. $4.5 million dollars worth of weed, to be exact.

Clearly someone thought they were high and mighty. Well, the police knocked them off their high horse. They were left high and dry. Now, they’re not even going to have a pot to….ok, enough with the puns.

Seriously, here’s hoping they turn their lives around, as that’s not a good way to make a living.

L.A. Land

$4.5 million pot bust in foreclosed house

A bank employee inspecting a foreclosed house in Fontana stumbled upon a thriving business: more than 2,000 mature marijuana plants, part of a drug bust valued at $4.5 million.

More: “Narcotics officers seized more than 2,000 mature marijuana plants. Evidence there led police to another house used to grow marijuana in the 6200 block of Long Cove in Fontana, where officers found 500 mature plants and 150 harvested buds weighing more than 150 pounds.”

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com

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