Cannabis

Stolen Assault Weapons and 5,000 Plants Found in Early Morning Round Valley Raid

In the early morning of August 5, 2020, Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office conducted a raid on a marijuana growing operation in Round Valley, California. According to Sheriff Matt Kendall, several stolen assault weapons were confiscated, roughly 5,000 marijuana plants were eradicated, and ten individuals were interviewed at the scene.

A helicopter involved in today’s Round Valley marijuana raid submitted by Round Valley resident who asked to go unnamed.

The grow was located near the west end of the Round Valley Airport runway abutting the headwaters of Town Creek.

Sheriff Kendall said the raid was a continuation of MCSO’s efforts to rid Covelo of illegal marijuana. Ultimately, Sheriff Kendall said the aim of the raids is to demonstrate that it is “too expensive” to grow illegally in Round Valley.

The featured image is a picture taken by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office of the firearms confiscated at today’s raid in Round Valley [Photo provided by Mendocino County Sheriff Matt Kendall]

Categories: Cannabis, Crime

7 replies »

  1. Fantastic!! Thank you, thank you!!! I see my neighbors here in Hulls Valley, who have been raided 2 or 3 times are at it again. I hope they have decided to go “Legal” this time!!

  2. The fact that a unknown named round valley resident snitched is by far the most hilarious thing possible like you do realize the person that tipped you guys could be growing secretly to like tf out here this raid was a joke honestly

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