Los Padres National Forest - Police have seized close to 68,500 marijuana plants, making it the largest cultivation seized in Ventura County history. It happened Wednesday in the Los Padres National Forest near Ojai.According to sheriff's officials, narcotics investigators located a large marijuana growing operation in June. Several large plots were found on the north slope of Pine Mountain, east of Highway 33 and south of Lockwood Valley Road. Approximately 68,488 marijuana plants were eradicated during the operation, making it the largest cultivation seized in Ventura County history. Estimated street value of the marijuana is $205,464. The season total for seized marijuana is over 100,000 plants. No suspects have been arrested.
The investigation is continuing.The Sheriff’s Narcotic Unit, Sheriff’s Air Unit, Sheriff’s Gang Unit, Sheriff’s Intelligence Unit, Ventura County District Attorneys Office, Ventura County Fire Department, Oxnard Police Department and the United States Forest Service assisted.
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