Arrests made as authorities shutter marijuana dispensary in Apple Valley

Authorities on Friday discovered processed marijuana, infused edibles, cash and other items during the shuttering of an illegal dispensary in Apple Valley.

Two men from the Los Angeles area were arrested as authorities shuttered an illegal marijuana dispensary in Apple Valley.

The Apple Valley Sheriff’s Station reported that at 11:31 a.m. Friday, deputies served a search warrant at a commercial building in the 17000 block of Highway 18.

The building location is near the corner of Navajo Road and Hwy. 18, area maps show.

The warrant was also served by Town of Apple Valley Code Enforcement personnel and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Marijuana Enforcement Team, sheriff’s officials said.

The search warrant was authored by Deputy Conley after receiving information from code enforcement officers about a suspected illegal marijuana dispensary.

During the service of the warrant, deputies detained Manuel Jimenez-Ibarra, 24, of Los Angeles, and Wade Kibby, a 55-year-old resident of Long Beach, the sheriff’s report said.

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Published: January 25, 2022

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