A 47-year-old man in Visalia, Calif. was arrested after a car accidentally slammed into his home and investigating officers found 114 kilograms of processed cannabis inside.
The car slammed into the home shortly before 8:47 a.m. on Feb. 15, notes a Facebook post by the Visalia Police Department (VPD).
It didn’t take long after arriving at the collision site before officers “observed evidence of possible illegal narcotics activity at the residence.”
Narcotics detectives were then called in and after obtaining a search warrant, carried out a check of the home. That’s when they located 114 kilograms of processed marijuana, packaged for sale.
The man, who was arrested for possession of cannabis for sale and cannabis cultivation, was later booked into a nearby adult pretrial detention facility.
A short video was posted on Facebook by Visalia Watchdoga news and media website that covers local police, fire and emergency medical services activity. The clip shows a vehicle inside what appears to be the side of the home being slowly pulled out onto a trailer.
With recreational cannabis being legal in California, adults 21 and older are allowed to possess up to 28 grams for personal use and can plant as many as six marijuana plants indoors, according to information from the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML).
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