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Park Rangers Make Arrests in Major Marijuana Operation

SEQUOIA AND KINGS CANYON NATIONAL PARKS, Calif. (May 17, 2017) – This spring there was a joint operation between Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and eight other law enforcement agencies to disrupt the cultivation of marijuana in Sequoia National Park and adjacent public lands. This effort lasted approximately ten days and involved up to 30 officers who dedicated nearly 1,000 hours. The operation focused on foothill canyon roads that have a history of marijuana cultivation. Officers conducted over 100 motor vehicle stops resulting in dozens of cultivation leads and six arrests.
Source: Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park New

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