From Antioch PD:
ANTIOCH, CA. On 8/31/2022 and on 9/07/2022, the Antioch Police Department assisted the California Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) with the service of several search warrants related to unlicensed indoor cannabis cultivations.
With the assistance of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and Antioch Code Enforcement, approximately 10,451 unlicensed indoor cannabis plants were seized with an estimated value of $7.3 million.
Additionally, $23,355 in cash was asset seized as well as 6 firearms were confiscated during the 17 warrants that were served throughout the city of Antioch.
The Antioch Police Department is dedicated to keeping the community safe and is devoted to capitalizing on any opportunity to work collaboratively with other agencies. The Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) is the California state agency that licenses and regulates cannabis businesses.
DCC regulates the:
• Growing of cannabis plants
• Manufacture of cannabis products
• Transportation and tracking of cannabis goods throughout the state
• Sale of cannabis goods
• Events where cannabis is sold or used
• Labeling of goods sold at retail
To learn more about the Department of Cannabis Control or the laws pertaining to cannabis, please visit: www.cannabis.ca.gov.