A corner grocery store in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood has reached a settlement with the City Attorney’s office that will force the store to shut down for one year and pay an $80,000 fine.
Thirty-four suspects are behind bars in connection with a major law enforcement operation that involved the FBI as well as local police, targeting narcotics dealers in the Bay Area. Six suspects remain at large.
Two Tenderloin markets face one year shutdowns and heavy fines after a joint SFPD/ DEA investigation has found them to be safe havens for illegal drugs and merchandise.
The discovery on Thursday of large quantities of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on five buses carrying Northern California teenagers is making national headlines, but police in Elko, Nev. Friday said it is not the first time it has happened.
A 29-year-old man was arrested Monday afternoon after a police narcotics unit discovered a marijuana grow house in Santa Rosa, police said.
Nearly $30,000 worth of methamphetamine and Ecstasy pills was seized at two Vallejo residences after search warrants were served Thursday, according to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office.
Law enforcement officials said Friday they struck a major blow against illegal marijuana cultivation on public lands in the heart of Northern California pot country.
Solano County law enforcement agencies arrested seven Vallejo residents Thursday on various charges as part of a three-month drug sales investigation.
San Francisco police officers who pulled over a Range Rover with no plates in Diamond Heights confiscated heroin and pot worth hundreds of thousands of dollars and uncovered a well-hidden marijuana farm in the driver’s nearby home.
A three-month undercover investigation by law enforcement in San Mateo County led to the arrest of three people suspected of dealing drugs in San Carlos on Wednesday.