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Press Release Story

Search Warrants Targeting Illegal Marijuana Grows in Dobbins
(Posted 8/15/2017)

On Monday 8/14/17, search warrants targeting illegal marijuana grows were executed in the Yuba County foothills in a multiagency operation that included Yuba County Sheriff METYU team, Yuba County Code Enforcement, Net-5, and California Fish and Wildlife. Locations searched were in the Dobbins area; 15000 block of Winther Way, 15000 block of Pecan, Wildwood Trail and 13000 block Charlie’s Lane, Dobbins. A large grow operation was located on Pecan Lane and off Wildwood Trail in which approximately 1810 plants were eradicated. Several items used for packaging for sale, as well as chemicals, were also located. There was nobody located at the site during the search. Yuba County Sheriff is actively investigating the operation to identify potential suspects involved with the location. Law Enforcement was originally alerted to the grow during an over flight of the region. In the 13000 block of Charlie’s Lane, agents seized 106 marijuana plants, 5 lbs. of processed marijuana, a set of brass knuckles, and a sophisticated butane honey oil lab capable of producing an estimated pound of Honey Oil at a time. BHO labs are inherently dangerous due to the potential flammability. The area this lab was located in is a very dry wooded area and any instability from the BHO production, could have led to a disastrous fire. Arrested at the Charlie’s Lane site was Tyler Jon Nordland age 29 of Portola, Ca. Nordland is charged with 11358 H&S, 11379.6 H&S, and 21810 PC and is being held in the Yuba County Jail on $500,000 bail.

Location:
Dobbins
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