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DEA Targets Pot Shop in Building Owned by Former Calif. City Manager

Things are heating up at the medical marijuana shop in an Anaheim industrial complex owned by former Orange city manager — and ex-Stockton fire chief — David Rudat.

Drug Enforcement Administration agents last week raided the Live Love Collective at 1100 E. Orangefair Lane, seizing two kilos of dried marijuana, 75 kilos of marijuana-laced edibles, 900 grams of hash and a kilo of marijuana gel, according to DEA officials.

Source: OC Register. Read full article. (link)

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  • Bruce Senator||

    Two days after the DEA raided the Rudat's "Live Love Compassionate Care Cooperative" the City of Anaheim filed suit to declare David Rudat and his wife Carol Rudat a "Public Nuisance". See ...

    Case Id: 30-2012-00602914-CU-MC-CJC

    Case Title: CITY OF ANAHEIM VS. LIVE LOVE COMPASSIONATE CARE COLLECTIVE

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