Elk Grove Police Bust Alleged Pot House, Find Over 400 Plants

August, 28, 2015 | The efforts of Elk Grove Police Department's Street Crimes Unit paid-off again yesterday when another pot growin...

August, 28, 2015 |

The efforts of Elk Grove Police Department's Street Crimes Unit paid-off again yesterday when another pot growing operation was nipped in the bud.

According to police department reports, the Street Crimes unit served a search warrant on the 8500 block of Zinnia Way and discovered an active indoor marijuana growing operation. Officers discovered over 400 marijuana plants and that the grow operators were stealing electricity.

Arrested were Elk Grove resident's 27-year old Curtis Daniel Wong Oatman and 33-year old Michelle Ngoc Tran (pictured below). Both are being held at the county jail ineligible for bail with their arraignment scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on Monday, August 31.





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Anonymous said...

Gee, they took Elk Grove's "GROW" motto seriously.

SacramentoCrash said...



"It's High Time to visit Elk Grove.

Our city's motto is "It's Grow Time".

How about bringing light industrial and office jobs to Elk Grove instead of more houses, low income housing projects and strip centers?

Might not have as many of these knuckleheads growing weed if there were jobs with a true living wage.

Until then, it will be the Elk Grove same old, same old.

Miles and miles of houses thrown up during the start of a historically severe drought.

Thousands of low income housing projects to serve residents who have low pay retail and food service jobs.

Garish billboard signs to further glamorize this steaming dumpster fire of a city.

Elk Grove Thriving!



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