East Bay Assemblywoman Proposes Cap On Buying Butane As Illegal Hash-Lab Explosions Become More Common
Health officials in California are concerned about a large increase in the number of hash-oil explosions stemming from illegal labs.
A flash fire at a residence in Antioch Monday burned a planter box and part of a deck in Contra Costa County’s second hash oil fire in four days.
Crews say a fire at an Antioch apartment Monday was started by a butane hash oil lab, making it the second fire in four days involving an explosive chemical inside a Contra Costa County home.
Two people are critically injured and one is unaccounted for after an explosion and fire at an apartment complex in Walnut Creek Friday morning.
A Santa Cruz County task force arrested a 30-year-old man last Thursday and confiscated more than $300,000 worth of marijuana after finding a sophisticated hash oil lab in Santa Cruz, a task force official said.
A man and a woman were arrested Thursday on suspicion of growing marijuana, running a butane hash oil lab and trafficking narcotics out of a home in San Francisco’s Miraloma Park neighborhood.
A Marin County man was arrested after police say he accidentally set his apartment on fire making drugs while his two young children slept in the next room.
Investigators say that an explosion near the railroad tracks in San Leandro Wednesday may have been the result of someone trying to make hash oil, eventually setting off a butane gas fire.
Police have taken a Redding woman into custody after getting reports that she and her three children were at a motel when a hash oil lab exploded, leaving a man covered in burns.
Police were investigating a hash oil lab explosion that occurred at a house in Fremont on Friday, police said.