Busted Armed Illegal Aliens: Granados, Manuel Perez, Jose Mexican Drug Cartel Marijuana Grow in Gifford Pinchot National Forest

Busted Illegal Aliens Granados,  Armed Manuel Perez, Jose Mexican Drug Cartel Marijuana  Grow in Gifford Pinchot National Forest

Gosh those Hardworking Mexicans are at it again,only with guns. But it’s really important that hipsters have their dope. I guess we should all ask the President of Mexico for permission to go outdoors, because the Mexicans might kill us. Remember they didn’t cross the border the border crossed them!

Clark Co. Sheriff’s Office – 08/11/10

Today the Skamania County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Clark-Skamania Drug Task Force, eradicated an outdoor marijuana grow in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

This investigation was initiated by a tip from the public and was assigned to Clark-Skamania Drug Task Force for investigation. The investigation confirmed a large outdoor marijuana grow on public lands in Skamania County, Washington. The investigation culminated in the arrest of two individuals late yesterday. Both inviduals were arrested while tending to the grow site. One of the individuals was armed with a loaded rifle at the time of his arrest.

Today, members of the Skamania County Sheriff’s Office, the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office, and the Clark-Skamania Drug Task Force removed approximated 1,300 marijuana plants in various stages of development. Street value of the plants in a cultivated state is estimated to be $1.5 million dollars.

The two suspects and their charges are:

Granados, Manuel C. (51), resident of White Salmon, WA
Bail: $250,000
Charges: Manufacture of marijuana with intent to deliver

Perez, Jose G (36), resident of White Salmon, WA
Bail: $250,000
Charges: Manufacture of marijuana with intent to deliver

Perez has additional charges related to outstanding arrest warrants from other counties for negligent driving and DUI.

Both suspects were booked into the Skamania County Jail and the investigation is continuing.

The Clark-Skamania Drug Task Force urges members of the public to exercise extreme caution in the event that they inadvertantly come across an outdoor marijuana grow on public lands. Experience shows that many of these outdoor grow sites are tended to by armed suspects. The public is urged to contact their local law enforcement agency in the event they locate an outdoor marijuana grow.

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