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$1.4M in Cannabis Products Seized from Unlicensed Dispensary in Costa Mesa

A search warrant was served at Costa Mesa Beach Buds at 1651 Placentia Ave., resulting in the seizure of more than $1.4 million in cannabis products, the city says. (Courtesy of city of Costa Mesa)

City and state authorities seized more than $1.4 million worth of cannabis products from an unlicensed dispensary in Costa Mesa, the city said this week.

The Costa Mesa Police Department and California Bureau of Cannabis Control served a warrant March 28 at Costa Mesa Beach Buds at 1651 Placentia Ave., according to a city statement Tuesday.

The action was part of an ongoing partnership between the city and state authorities to crack down on illegal cannabis facilities, the city said.

Sales of commercial cannabis require a license from one of California’s three cannabis licensing bodies. City officials maintain a list of local dispensaries under investigation in Costa Mesa.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Lisa Sclafani on Los Angeles Times

Published: May 09, 2019

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