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Va Cam

Shusen Gan

Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012 5:34 pm | Updated: 10:23 am, Fri Sep 21, 2012.

Two senior citizens were arrested Wednesday after police said they were growing more than 500 very large marijuana plants at a property in Acampo. The plants were valued at $5 million on the street.

Police arrested Va Cam, 60, and Shusen Gan, 72, on suspicion of committing multiple felonies after members of the San Joaquin County METRO Narcotics Task Force raided the 2-acre property in the 4300 block of East Collier Road in Acampo, according to a news relese from the sheriff’s department.

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5 comments:

  • Nick Van Fossen posted at 8:28 am on Fri, Sep 21, 2012.

    Stix213 Posts: 1

    The crime of "possession of a high capacity magazine" doesn't even exist in California. Least of their worries though.

     
  • Ron Werner posted at 8:13 am on Fri, Sep 21, 2012.

    Ron Werner Posts: 101

    And what is the significance of the article saying they are senior citizens? With names like Cam and Gan they don't appear to be Mexicans.

     
  • Emmanuel Goldstein posted at 7:52 am on Fri, Sep 21, 2012.

    Emmanuel Goldstein Posts: 0

    The police may want to consult the Penal Code before attempting to charge people with things that aren't crimes, as possession of a high capacity magazine is not a crime (or else several million law-abiding Californians would becomes felons overnight).

     
  • Lorin Payne posted at 5:54 am on Fri, Sep 21, 2012.

    Lonewolf Posts: 1

    Why do all lowlife newspapers love to use the term assault rifle? In the real world (outside a politicians head) one of the main features of an assault rifle is being fully automatic.

     
  • Sunny Samuels posted at 6:27 pm on Thu, Sep 20, 2012.

    Sunny Samuels Posts: 61

    It was Acampo Herbal Co-op.

     
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