An invasive, parasitic plant which grows lengthy vines and overwhelms native plants to the point of sucking the life out of them is invading the Bay Area, according to county officials.
Dublin police conducted a three-week investigation and surveillance operation on a residence in the 5400 block of Aspen Street that led to the discovery and seizure of 1,000 plants, 82 pounds of processed marijuana and more than $10,000, police said.
Firefighters responding to a house fire in Richmond early Tuesday morning found a marijuana grow operation there.
Almost 28,000 marijuana plants were removed last week from illegal cultivation sites in the Los Padres National Forest in Monterey County by federal, state and local authorities, the sheriff’s office reported Tuesday.
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Authorities say they’ve found 10,000 marijuana plants growing in a California state park.
Oakland police plan on searching a commercial building where firefighters responding to a blaze found at least 100 marijuana plants.
Officials at Candlestick Point State Recreation Area said vandals are responsible for destroying thousands of native plants and equipment at the state park, which is scheduled to be closed in July.
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The protesters are now building a garden where tents once stood near Oakland City Hall.