OCMS Healing Leaves and Homes Tied to the Fountain Valley Medical Pot Clinic Are Raided
OCMS Healing Leaves and two Garden Grove homes connected to Fountain Valley medical marijuana dispensary were reportedly raided last week.
The Orange County Register has the scoop, reporting that Fountain Valley Police just announced the raids today.
No arrests were made, but police say they seized from the homes and the business in the 11500 block of Slater Avenue: more than three pounds of marijuana, three pounds of hashish, an ounce of methamphetamine, more than 50 cannabis plants, three firearms and cash.
The Fountain Valley City Council imposed a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries in March, declaring them an immediate threat to the public's health, safety and welfare, according to the Register report.
That doesn't sound like the business whose operators wrote this on WeedMaps.com:
"HEALING LEAVES is Non-Profit Mutual Benefit Corporation and strictly operates under California State guidelines. We believe in a "BY PATIENT FOR PATIENT" establishment who can provide the HIGHEST QUALITY medicine at compassionate pricing. We carry many different strains. ALL DONATION PRICING ARE TAX INCLUDED. FREE GIFT for 1st time patient. Easy to find location. Come check us out!"
Can't: no one even answers the phone at OCMS today. "SleepySmokes63" of Oceanside encountered the same silent treatment when he phoned and visited over the weekend, according to this comment left on WeedMaps:
"[S]ince Friday, I called them. No answer, huh? Maybe they closed early? Saturday around 10:30 a.m. got there [and the] door was locked. [I] didn't know the area, thought I had the wrong door but yet another patient came by and said that it was the door to go in and she tried. No hope. Waited till 11 to see if they were late but no hope. Kept calling, too. Sunday I gave them a call to see if anything changed but, nope, still no one answers.
"I think you should just write on here not open for now or something."
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