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One Arrest Nine Detained After Marijuana Bust

A Nevada City man has been arrested and nine other men were detained, after another marijuana growing operation was discovered in Nevada County. Sheriff’s Lieutenant Rob Bringolf says it covered two adjoining properties. The first property they served a search warrant at was on Skeeter Hollow…

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Ka Vue of Oroville, who was tending the gardens, was detained. Bringolf says officers from the narcotics task force then learned that Bradley Pulvers was responsible for the grow and owned an adjoining property on Gas Canyon in Cascade Shores, where more marijuana plants were found. Eight more men connected to Vue were detained at trimming stations. There were also over 120 one-pound packages of processed marijuana and several hundred pounds of dried, unprocessed marijuana. Pulvers was arrested and several firearms and over 85-thousand dollars was found at his home on Willow Valley Road. Bringolf says, with the legalization of marijuana in California, more grows are being sold outside the state…

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Bringolf says over 550 plants were seized at the two properties.

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January 22, 2019

Lonn Conley

For Nevada County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Rob Bringolf, Can you come over here and get rid of the Greenhouse's on Knoll Top Dr. And Niels Meade Dr. Please, Last count was about 10 I can see from my driveway and there has been two dead people and lots of late night drug dealing activity at15734 and 15530 Niels Meade Dr as well as the crack house on the corner of Little Greenhorn and Greenhorn. Thank you

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