Stash. You know you have it, somewhere.

But authorities doing a Business and Professions Code compliance check on a Compton warehouse found $120,000 worth of marijuana stashed there.

What were they saving all that bud for? The street corner, or …

… L.A. County's hungry, quasi-legal medical weed trade?


Authorities announced today that 500 plants were found at the warehouse at 2712 N. Alameda St. You know what else?

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They claim to have discovered $2 million in stolen plastic pallets, whatever those are.

City News Service:

Four men were arrested were arrested for suspicion of receiving stolen property, cultivation of marijuana and illegal possession of trademark plastic products,

said Deputy Lillian Peck of the Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau.

The lesson here? When you have an indoor garden for your, er, “collective,” try not to be there when the authorities come knocking. Right?

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