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Multiple Agencies Target Marijuana Grows In Rural Santa Clara County

the feds need to get the f*ck out of the states business. PERIOD

CBS San Francisco

SANTA CLARA COUNTY (KCBS) – A major marijuana eradication effort is being conducted this week in a very rural part of Santa Clara County, with multiple law enforcement agencies taking part in the operation.

The eradication effort, know as Operation Pristine, is taking place adjacent to the San Antonio Valley Ecological Reserve and is being led by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department.

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It also involves the use of a California National Guard helicopter. “This week, we’re going to focus on the San Antonio Valley area, which is on the other side of Mt. Hamilton,” said Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Kurtis Stenderup. “It’s obviously a big problem, not only in our county, but throughout the state, of illegal marijuana cultivation. A lot of these…

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