Honey oil extraction lab, 250 pounds of marijuana found in Feather Falls

Mar 4, 2014 11:01 AM

The Butte County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant in the 2100 block of Lumpkin Road, Feather Falls and located a large butane honey oil extraction lab and more than 250 pounds of marijuana.

The search, executed on Thursday February 27th revealed 8 extraction tubes, over 400 empty butane cans, 960 full cans of butane and 2.61 pounds of finished butane oil honey. In addition to the honey oil lab, Deputies seized over 250 pounds of marijuana and located 166 growing marijuana plants in an adjacent building. $18,398 and a stolen firearm were also discovered in the residence.

Deputies found seven suspects at the residence, Saul Cervantes 28 from Clear Lake CA, David Cardenas 52 from Clear Lake CA, Claudea Cervantes 18 from Mexico, Dalen Cervantes 20 from Mexico, Silvia Cardenas 54 from Clear Lake CA, Zoila Valdovions-Torres from Clear Lake CA, and James Franz 34 from Clear Lake.

All of the suspects were booked into the Butte County Jail on felony charges of possession of marijuana for sale, cultivation of marijuana, manufacturing a controlled substance and being armed in the commission of a felony. James Franz was also charged with possession of stolen property.


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