Groveland, CA — An additional 121,000 marijuana plants have been eradicated over the past three days by the Tuolumne Narcotics Team.
The effort was in partnership with the Forest Service, B.L.M. and the state’s Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (C.A.M.P.) 18 different marijuana sites were busted in the Groveland, Tuolumne and Beardsley areas. T.N.T. reports that there has been an alarming increase in the number of marijuana plants and grow locations this year. So far this season over 365,000 marijuana plants have been eradicated in Tuolumne County. No suspects were arrested during the latest eradication efforts.