ILLEGAL POT SHOPS RAIDED NEAR SCHOOLS AND HOMES

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East County News Service
 
June 26, 2020 (San Diego’s East County) – More than a thousand pounds of marijuana products, six firearms, and over $221,000 in cash were seized Thursday following search warrants served at six illegal dispensaries and three homes. The raids took place in Lakeside, unincorporated El Cajon and the city of San Diego, conducted by investigators from the county Sheriff’s department and San Diego Police.
 
“This is part of an ongoing, multi-month investigation being conducted with the assistance of the District Attorney's Office,” says Lieutenant Ricardo Lopez with the Sheriff’s department. 
 
Investigators assigned to the Lakeside Sheriff's Substation worked in conjunction with County Code Compliance to address numerous community complaints related to unlicensed and illegal marijuana dispensaries located in residential neighborhoods and near local schools. 
 

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Legalize

Legalize the weed and tax it like alcohol and tobacco, the amount of money spent on the "War on Drugs" is too high. Look up the budget of the Border Partol or the DEA.Then add in the court costs for people arrested for possesion. I was sentenced to six months in jail for possesion of less than one ounce. Four months and twenty days for being considered behaving good. 

Employers can still require testing, I don't want a pilot who is high while crusing at 30,000 feet.