Calif. pot farmer sues landlord over stolen crop (AP)

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MURRIETA, Calif. – A Southern California pot farmer is suing his landlord because his $35,000 indoor marijuana crop was stolen during a break-in. Gary Hite, who rents the 1,892-square-foot unit in a Murrieta business park, filed the Riverside County lawsuit against Hunco Way LLC claiming negligence and breach of contract. Hite’s suit said he grows the marijuana for medicinal purposes.

The Superior Court suit alleges the landlord failed to fix a broken door and lock after a May 17 break-in in a neighboring unit.

The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported burglars entered the open unit on June 7 and smashed through the drywall to get into his marijuana warehouse space.

The suit said 35 plants worth $1,000 each were stolen.

Police said Hite’s pot operation was illegal and he had been cited for various code violations.


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Stolen bra owners urged to come forward

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Police are seeking people who may have fallen victim to the underwear thief

The hoard was found after police arrested a 20-year-old man from Bussage, Gloucestershire, on suspicion of burglary and theft on June 27.

Officers urged the owners to come forward and reclaim their underwear to help Gloucestershire police with their investigation.

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The man has been released on bail and Detective Constable Bee Morris, of Cirencester CID, said: ”The main aim of the appeal is to try to find the owners and return these items.

“People may not have given it much thought, believing the dog has got hold of them or they have been lost.

”We need to determine whether or not these items have been taken from people’s homes.”

Anyone with information should contact Gloucestershire Police on 0845 090 1234 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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