California Wildfires Caused By Illegal Marijuana Operation

August 17, 2009

California (ChattahBox) – The most recent wildfire in California was allegedly started by an illegal marijuana operation.

The operation, which is said to have been run by an unnamed Mexican cartel, sparked the initial flames when a cooking fire got out of hand and began spreading in the San Rafael wilderness of southern California.

Narcotics officers have released an official statement, sayings that the suspects are believed to be traveling by foot to get out of the area, but are still believed to be within the forest regions.

So far the wildfire has burned just over 84,000 acres of land.



2 Responses to “California Wildfires Caused By Illegal Marijuana Operation”

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