Detectives Raid Elk Grove Marijuana Grow Houses, Two Suspects Arrested



February 9, 2018 |  

Two suspects are being held at the Sacramento County Jail after being arrested on suspicion of operating indoor marijuana growing operations in Elk Grove.

At 7 a.m on Thursday, February 8, detectives from the Elk Grove Police Department's Street Crimes Units served search warrants on two location related to an active operation. The warrants were served on the 9900 block of Meadowtree Court and the 8700 block of Freesia Drive.

The searches led to the discovery of over 1,600 plants. The suspects, both Elk Grove residents, were Ling Li, (above left) 35, and Xiu Zhang 39.

Neither is eligible for bail and arraignment is scheduled for Tuesday, February 13. 








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D.J. Blutarsky said...

All these years of announcing pot house busts in Elk Grove seem to be the low hanging fruit. The pictured persons arrested appear to be the hired help who get boarding privileges. What about the kingpins or organized syndicate who are organizing the operations and raking in the big profits?

I will vote for the sales tax increase because the city promises stronger neighborhoods!

Patrick R. said...

The kingpins in China. How do you go after them?

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