The Citrus Heights Police Department raided the Great Care Cooperative on Sunrise Boulevard this morning after the neighbors complained of high customer traffic and strong odors of marijuana coming from a residential duplex.
A search warrant was served at 7:00 a.m. Thursday, and cops pulled out cash, pot, a scale, and edible marijuana products from the home which the dispensary operated from. Detectives say the business was run for-profit, and the owners didn’t have a business license.
No one was home went the raid went down, but two people were arrested off-site in relation to this case.
The family who shared the same roof in the adjacent unit of the duplex told CBS 13 that the smell of marijuana would come through the shared walls of the structure. The gate which surrounded the property would be opened and shut on a constant basis during the hours when the dispensary operated; 9 in the morning until 10 at night, seven days a week.
Great Care Cooperative had mostly good reviews on WeedMaps.com, with only a few mentions of problems mostly related to its residential setting. According to their own entry, they offered specials before noon every day.
Bonus Material: Check out this on-line resume for a clerk who worked at Great Care.