Mendocino County Sheriff's Office
Press Release
(Title of Crime/Incident) 11358 H&S Cultivation MJ, 11359 H&S Poss. MJ for sale, 11377a H&S Poss. controlled substance, 11370.6 H&S Poss. over $100,000 drug proceeds.
Report Number:
12-1212    
Coroner Number:
   
Crime/Incident:
11358 H&S Cultivation MJ, 11359 H&S Poss. MJ for sale, 11377a H&S Poss. controlled substance, 11370.6 H&S Poss. over $100,000 drug proceeds.
Location:
2310 Road K, Redwood Valley CA.
When: Date: 02/06/12 Time: 12:50 pm
Victim Info :        
  Name Age Street Address City, State
Victim #1: People of the State
Suspect Info:        
  Name Age Street Address City, State
Suspect #1: Megan Champion 27 Redwood Valley Ca
Suspect #2: Karen Spencer 39 Ukiah Ca
Suspect #3: Dakata Nesbitt 19 Kelseyville Ca
Suspect #4: James Shook 30 Kelseyville Ca
Suspect #5: Bogdan Cristea 27 Santa Rosa Ca
Suspect #6: Jordan Williams 21 Santa Rosa Ca
Suspect #7: Mia Miller 47 Ukiah Ca
         
Written by: Sergeant Bruce Smith
Synopsis: On 02/06/12 COMMET (County of Mendocino Marijuana Eradication Team)went to 2310 Road K, Redwood Valley CA., to conduct followup on an ongoing investigation.

Deputies discovered that the residence was being used to process marijuana and the residence was secured and a search warrant was obtained.

Located at the residence were Karen Spencer, Dakota Nesbitt, James Shook, Bogdan Cristea, Jordan Williams and Mia Miller. A subsequent search of the residence revealed approx. 144 pounds of marijuana drying in a detached garage, 89 pounds of processed bud marijuana packaged for sale, 17 pounds of untrimmed marijuana, scales, packaging material, records, less than a gram of MDMA and $164,456 in US Currency.

Spencer, Newbitt, Shook, Cristea and Williams were arrested and booked into the Mendocino County jail. Mia Miller was released and charges are being submitted to the DA's Office against her. Megan Champion was determined to be the person living/renting the property and charges are being submitted to the DA's Office against her.

The investigation is continuing and additional arrests are expected.
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