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Another Arcata Hash Factory Busted

Lance Lorenzen allegedly ran operation out of Foster Avenue apartment

Staff Report
Humboldt Sentinel


In the latest in a string of pot busts in Arcata, an apartment running what police called a “concentrated cannabis ‘has’ manufacturing operation” was taken down yesterday.

According to Arcata Police Department sergeant Todd Dokweiler’s press statement, law enforcement had received information over the past month about the home in question, located on the 1600 block of Foster Avenue. After a lengthy investigation, APD obtained a search warrant.

Upon their arrival, the cops located about two-and-a-half pounds of hash and six-and-a-half pounds of processed bud. They arrested resident Lance Christian Lorenzen, 27, on charges of hash possession, marijuana possession and marijuana sales. He was booked into county jail without incident.

Members of the public who want to snitch out their neighbors in Arcata are asked to call APD at (707) 822-2428.

3 Responses to “Another Arcata Hash Factory Busted”

  1. bill ford says:

    I hope they give this creep the death penalty and his family gets to watch his execution for what he has done. I hope Satans Imps are stoking the fires of hell awaiting this Man-Demon.

  2. Len says:

    Retarded with downs syndrome is what Lance will say to the Judge. God he’s ugly!! Barf!!!!

  3. emmas twinkie says:

    He’s a creepy scumbag. He has done things to me nobody could imagine!


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