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California Has A Serious Problem With Black Market Cannabis € In Riverside There's A New Sheriff In Town

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There are those that aren’t keen on heavy handed enforcement in CA but this article, “Legalizing Marijuana Has Created a Black Market Plaguing Riverside County” illustrates the issues starkly as the California Globe writes, “Transnational crime organizations growing pot counties, and in residential neighborhoods”

Here’s the article

 

There is a new sheriff in Riverside County, and he is attacking the illegal marijuana cultivation that’s plaguing his community in Southern California. Sheriff Chad Bianco was elected in November 2018, and has taken on the growing black market with a vengeance.

The illegal industrial size marijuana grows are bringing in dangerous criminal elements, along with environmental hazards that together are creating a humanitarian crisis.

Quality of Life Disturbed by Illegals Grows

Before Sheriff Bianco was elected to lead the Riverside County Sheriff Department, he was stationed in the community of Hemet. It was at the Hemet station where he began to attend public meetings in the mountain community of Anza, a rural desert city in Riverside County where people ride horses, ATVs and everyone knows everyone.

Their way of life changed when the illegals growers moved in. Bianco said residents in the small country town were finding themselves confronted by armed men, pets were being killed, and water wells drained.

Sheriff Chad Bianco “Anza is a desert community and everyone lives on the well system. Everyone’s wells were going dry and the commonality was they were surrounded by illegal grows,” said Bianco. “The residents came to us begging for help and we want to give them that.”

Source: https://cannabislaw.report/california-has-a-serious-problem-with-black-market-cannabis-in-riverside-theres-a-new-sheriff-in-town/

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