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California’s BCC Cracks Down On 2 Illegal Cannabis Businesses

The separate raids were carried out as the BCC continues going after illegal businesses

The Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) and the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation-Cannabis Enforcement Unit (DOI-CEU) today announced enforcement actions against two unlicensed cannabis businesses operating out of multiple locations in Sacramento, Davis and Los Angeles.

On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, DOI-CEU and the Davis Police Department served search warrants on “Mary Jane Finder,” an unlicensed cannabis delivery service located in Sacramento and Davis. The search warrants covered two locations: 204 F St., Ste. A1 in Davis, and 1779 Tribute Rd, Ste. 6 in Sacramento. The operation resulted in the seizure of $854,812 in cannabis products. 

DOI-CEU also assisted the Los Angeles County Sherriff’s Department in serving a separate search warrant on Tuesday, February 27, 2019, on “Space Lounge,” an unlicensed cannabis retailer located at 1710 N. Eastern Ave. in Los Angeles. This operation resulted in the seizure of $439,776 in cannabis products.

The combined value of cannabis seized from these unlicensed operators totaled $1,294,588.

All commercial cannabis activity in California requires a state-issued license from one of the state’s three cannabis licensing authorities. Selling cannabis goods without a state license is a violation of state law. To file a complaint regarding illegal activity, click here – Enforcement Online Services.

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