Categorized | Crime, Eureka

Weed Arrests, Search Warrants, and Children

 

Drug Task Force Makes Intervention with Multiple Charges

 

Skippy Massey
Humboldt Sentinel

 

Yesterday at approximately 2 in the afternoon, the Humboldt County Drug Task Force (HCDTF) served a Humboldt County Superior Court search warrant in the 6200
block of London Drive in Eureka.

During service of the search warrant agents located Jomra Choy Kan, 36-years-old, and Rose Channy Khun, 30-years-old, in the residence along with Khun’s two children:  a five-year-old and a one-year-old.

HCDTF Agents searched the residence and located an indoor marijuana grow with:

  • 422 marijuana plants
  • 40 pounds of dried marijuana bud (the estimated value is $80,000)
  • Approximately 86 pounds of dried marijuana leaves
  • a scale and packaging materials
  • and $8,310.00 in US currency

Child Welfare Services were contacted along with the Humboldt County Building Inspector.

The Building Inspector determined the electrical work performed on the residence was without permits and inspections, and that safety issues were present.

Ms. Kan and Ms. Khun were arrested for:

  • Possession for cultivation
  • Possession for sale
  • Child endangerment
  • Maintaining a residence for the use/sale of drugs

They were transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility.  Their bail was set at $75,00o.

Anyone with information for the Humboldt County Drug Task Force regarding this case or related drug activity is encouraged to call them at 707-444-8095, the HCSO said.

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Word to the wise:  this is the fourth bust on Humboldt Hill in as many weeks.  It’s been a real hot spot lately. 

And keep it away from the kids.

(Posted by Skippy Massey)

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