Federal and Colorado government raid marijuana grow houses in huge black market roundup

Federal and state law social control officers have fanned out crosswise the Denver tube area in a massive black market marijuana grow sting, government have said.

Wednesday’s raids come on the heels of three similar drug busts around tube Denver over the past 10 months, where local and federal agents condemned thousands of plants, dozens of heat lamps and bags of cash from unknown bootleg grow houses in tony subdivisions crosswise Aurora, Commerce City, Lakewood and Thornton.

George Brauchler, the eighteenth Judicial District attorney, told reporters after the Oct. 10 raid in Aurora’s tollgate Crossing subdivision that the pot busts that day centered on a single criminal operation.

Agents are predatory homes in Aurora, Centennial and Castle Rock.

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