LANCASTER – Around 9 p.m. Tuesday, Lancaster deputies seized 30 marijuana plants, with a street sales value of about $60K from a trailer in the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park in Lancaster.
Gilbert Haring, 45, was arrested for cultivating marijuana and possession of marijuana for sale. Haring was booked at the Lancaster Station on $30,000 bail.
The following is the press report from the Lancaster Station:
Lancaster Station Sheriff’s Deputies assigned to the Antelope Valley Gang Violence Suppression Team this evening [5/15/12] while searching for a no bail warrant narcotics suspect, went to the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park, located at 1301 E. Avenue I, Lancaster, looking for the suspect.
At a mobile home at the location, where the suspect was supposed to reside, deputies located a small indoor marijuana grow.
A male adult at the location was contacted, and admitted to deputies he was tending to the grow at the location for the resident who had been arrested three weeks earlier on unrelated charges, and who was currently in the L.A. County Jail.
The male identified as Gilbert Haring, 45 of Lancaster, was arrested for cultivating marijuana, and possession of marijuana for sale. He is being held on $30,000.00 bail at the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station.
The 30 marijuana plants seized are each capable of producing approximately 1 to 1 ½ pounds of Marijuana each, with a street sales value of approximately $60,000.00.
The investigation is ongoing.