An illegal marijuana grow, with 76 plants worth about $76,000, was seized Thursday in Pueblo West, according to the sheriff’s office.
The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office uncovered an illegal marijuana grow operation involving a Cuban syndicate.
Illegal marijuana grows at several homes in Pueblo West were raided Wednesday, resulting in five arrests and seizure of an estimated $1.2 million of marijuana.
Two people were arrested Tuesday afternoon in Pueblo County after firefighters and police responded to a fire, which allegedly was sparked by butane hash oil production.
A 58-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon when sheriff’s deputies found an illegal marijuana grow, and evidence of a butane hash oil operation, at her Pueblo West home.
A third illegal marijuana grow this week was busted Friday in Pueblo County, according to the sheriff’s office, and the latest discovery uncovered 420 plants worth an estimated $1.2 million.
Fifty-two marijuana plants worth an estimated $156,000 were seized Wednesday in a suspected illegal grow operation in eastern Pueblo County.
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Seven men face federal indictments for their involvement in a wide-scale illegal pot operation in Pueblo West with ties to Florida.
Citizens for a Healthy Pueblo submitted petitions last week to the county and state that, if approved, will place measures to ban commercial cultivation and sales of recreational marijuana in both the city and county of Pueblo in November.
Pueblo County Sheriff’s deputies seized 245 marijuana plants Monday and arrested a man on suspicion of having an illegal grow.
Pueblo County authorities arrested seven people on Tuesday night after discovering five more homes with suspected illegal marijuana grow operations, officials say.
Pueblo County authorities arrested a 26-year-old man after deputies say they discovered nearly 50 marijuana plants illegally growing in his basement and garage.
Pueblo County authorities arrested two men and seized more than 200 marijuana plants early Friday in their 17th bust of suspected illegal pot since mid-March.
Pueblo County authorities seized 120 marijuana plants Thursday and arrested a Cuban national in another raid of suspected illegal pot.
Pueblo’s hospitals and some doctors are petitioning to stop area sales of recreational marijuana because more Pueblo babies are testing positive for pot.
Pueblo County authorities have busted another — their 11th in a month — suspected illegal marijuana grow, seizing 170 pot plants and arresting a 59-year-old man.
Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a man suspected of illegally growing dozens of marijuana plants between a home in Denver and another in Pueblo West.
Pueblo County sheriff’s deputies have arrested three people in connection with one of eight raids earlier this month on suspected illicit marijuana grows.
Pueblo County authorities last week found 180 illegally grown marijuana plants in the seventh such raid of illicit pot in less than a week. More than 2,300 illicit plants have been seized in the area since March 30.