700 pounds of Marijuana seized in Ukiah

700 pounds of Marijuana seized in Ukiah

There are 71 comments on the The Ukiah Daily Journal story from Sep 27, 2010, titled 700 pounds of Marijuana seized in Ukiah. In it, The Ukiah Daily Journal reports that:

On Sunday, Sept. 26, the Mendocino County Sheriffs Office was assisting the California Highway Patrol in a foot pursuit involving a stolen vehicle which allegedly contained three subjects and a large quantity of marijuana.

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Mema

Hayward, CA

#1 Sep 27, 2010
Watch the DA mess this one up too!
Sgt Pepper

San Francisco, CA

#2 Sep 27, 2010
Alright... just medical/caregiver marijuana folks... nothing for you to see here... move along please...
Joe Bean

Sunnyvale, CA

#3 Sep 27, 2010
700 lbs. 19 suspects. 38 lbs/each. Clearly just a personal use case.
what

Santa Rosa, CA

#4 Sep 27, 2010
The "illegals" are here just trying to make a better life for their families. Come on now, so what if they grow illegal on public land and because of this we can't hike,hunt fish play ect in the woods anymore for fear of death! Send them all home feet first and send a real message to these criminals!
serving justice and fries

Laytonville, CA

#5 Sep 27, 2010
aiiiiiiiiiyeyeyeyeyeeeeee!!
Merchant

Plymouth, CA

#6 Sep 27, 2010
I bet all 19 of them commute there each day in the same car.
power to the people

Walnut Creek, CA

#7 Sep 27, 2010
At least when they ran they lead the cops to the rest of them.....lol SMART!!!
P cause

Saint Helena, CA

#8 Sep 27, 2010
Mema wrote:
Watch the DA mess this one up too!
Well my first thought was probable cause. "Hot pursuit" may allow them in the building but hopefully they got a warrant before they dug around too much.
I wondered why Paco was not doing so much painting.
Nice

Dos Rios, CA

#9 Sep 27, 2010
Merchant wrote:
I bet all 19 of them commute there each day in the same car.
Couldn't stop laughing after I read that!
Mendo Local

Redwood Valley, CA

#10 Sep 27, 2010
Not the only mexican Laundry Business...Others work TIRElessly headed to reTIREment makes me TIREd thinking about them...
TWN employee

Jackson St Forest, CA

#11 Sep 27, 2010
what wrote:
The "illegals" are here just trying to make a better life for their families. Come on now, so what if they grow illegal on public land and because of this we can't hike,hunt fish play ect in the woods anymore for fear of death! Send them all home feet first and send a real message to these criminals!
Are you really afraid of what could happen? It's rare to hear of someone being killed in a pot garden who wasn't killed by the cops. Are you also afraid of the dark? Wimp!
Retread

United States

#12 Sep 27, 2010
Mendo Local wrote:
Not the only mexican Laundry Business...Others work TIRElessly headed to reTIREment makes me TIREd thinking about them...
Clever!
TWN employee

Jackson St Forest, CA

#13 Sep 27, 2010
Mendo Local wrote:
Not the only mexican Laundry Business...Others work TIRElessly headed to reTIREment makes me TIREd thinking about them...
Ah yes, I quickly became TIREd of them myself!
scrubs

Arcata, CA

#14 Sep 27, 2010
ol'a amigos, warrants who needs warrants they took this scum baggs off the streets. 19 mexicans wow that means most of the car washes around here probley be closeing?????
AAAA

Eureka, CA

#15 Sep 27, 2010
i knew paco needed a real job...lol but he did do a really good job in my house
youidiot

Hayward, CA

#16 Sep 27, 2010
TWN employee wrote:
<quoted text>Are you really afraid of what could happen? It's rare to hear of someone being killed in a pot garden who wasn't killed by the cops. Are you also afraid of the dark? Wimp!
Check the facts..........ninety percent of murders are from other Illegals. We just don't hear about them because their all ILLEGAL.
Rastawoman

Vacaville, CA

#17 Sep 27, 2010
The way this crew painted I can understand why they figured they could make more money growing herb.

“Kids are the future”

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#18 Sep 27, 2010
TWN employee wrote:
<quoted text>Are you really afraid of what could happen? It's rare to hear of someone being killed in a pot garden who wasn't killed by the cops. Are you also afraid of the dark? Wimp!
Bull.
AAA

United States

#20 Sep 27, 2010
P cause wrote:
<quoted text>
Well my first thought was probable cause. "Hot pursuit" may allow them in the building but hopefully they got a warrant before they dug around too much.
I wondered why Paco was not doing so much painting.
I see that your are a graduate of the prestigious Mendocino College School of Law. Please tell us more!
Report-Deport

Hayward, CA

#21 Sep 27, 2010
Dirty Mexicans wrote:
Shoot 'em all!
"Dirty" is right.........check out the booking photo's.

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