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16 SoCal Pot Dispensaries Raided, Marijuana-laced Snacks Seized

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As part of a multi-agency effort, 16 marijuana facilities in four counties were raided this week, according to LA Now. Law enforcement personnel seized a total of 78 pounds of pot, as well as several snack items laced with the drug, including "pot-laced crisped rice treats, orange drinks," and sugary cereals likened to "Froot Loops or Apple Jacks." According to officials involved in the raids that happened in L.A., Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties, "the drugs had a street value of $234,000."

11 people were arrested in conjunction with the raids.

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