Thank you Brown, Newsom, and last but not least, Mexico

CHICO — The Special Enforcement Unit of the Butte County Sheriff’s Office made 12 arrests Monday after discovering $164,200 found stashed in a vehicle during a traffic stop on Nov. 6.

The traffic stop spurred a search warrant on properties along Bonnie Meadow Lane in Brush Creek, said a press release issued Thursday by the Sheriff’s Office.

According to the release, deputies believe the three arrested during the traffic stop were en route to buy a large amount of pot while armed.

When serving the warrant, multiple men ran into the woods but deputies detained 15 people and arrested 12, all from Mexico.

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4 Responses to Thank you Brown, Newsom, and last but not least, Mexico

  1. Redneck in training to be hillbilly Tree Mike says:

    Cultural enrichment. Isn’t that the official term from Sacramento? “Diversity is our strength!”. Another of the many reasons I moved to Tennessee.

  2. WestcoastDeplorable says:

    And no mention how many of these criminals were illegals.

  3. Inbredredneck says:

    Take my word for it, that ain’t the only large, illegal grow in that area. Ain’t the only Cartel grow around, either.

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