The Riverside County Sheriff’s Division Hemet Station announced on Monday the service of nine cannabis cultivation search warrants in the town of Anza, which is situated in an unincorporated location of the county.

Personnel from the Sheriff’s Division have been assisted by the Riverside County Sheriff Marijuana Eradication Group, the California Division of Fish and Game, and the Regional Water Excellent Manage Board.

Through the service of the warrants, which started at about six a.m., authorities seized a total of four,131 cannabis plants and 1,029 pounds of processed marijuana which weighed out to about ten tons.

Around $900 in U.S. currency was also seized as proof as properly as two firearms.

According to the Sheriff’s Division, all weights are approximate and the currency total is an estimate as the dollars was place into a sealed bag to be counted later.

Two Anza residents, who have been identified as 61-year-old George Hanin and 68-year-old John Crieg, have been situated at two separate develop web pages through the service of the warrants.

Charges against the two will be filed with the District Attorney’s Workplace for Marijuana Cultivation.

The incident marks the second round of cannabis cultivation search warrants that the Sheriff’s Division has served in the previous week.

In a separate operation on September 30, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Division, served six marijuana cultivation search warrants at develop web pages in Anza, seizing roughly two,105 plants and 14 pounds of processed cannabis which weighed combined a total of 12.five tons.

Around $15,000 in U.S. currency was seized through the operation as properly as 1 handgun.

The Riverside County Sheriff Marijuana Eradication Group, the Regional Water Excellent Board, and the California Division of Fish and Game also assisted the service of the warrants on September 30.