Police seized 12 pounds of marijuana, 626 edibles and 404 concentrates during search warrant services Thursday at two dispensaries operating within city and county limits, according to the San Diego Police Department.
The raids took place at 9 a.m. at ONAC Miramar Healing Center, 7920 Arjons Drive in San Diego, and at ONAC Lakeside, 13313 Highway 8 Business in Lakeside.
The ONAC facilities are related and the owner claims the organization is a Native American Church, police said.
In addition to the SDPD’s Narcotic’s Unit, the San Diego Sheriff’s Department assisted in the warrant service.
Three weeks ago, a search warrant was served at the ONAC Miramar dispensary, but since that time the facility re-opened, which prompted Thursday’s raid, according to the SDPD.
Two ONAC employees were arrested Thursday and cited for possession of marijuana for sale and operating a business without a permit, according to the SDPD.
The ONAC owner was not present during the raids, but the SDPD said that person will be charged with “operating illegal businesses in the city and county, sales of marijuana, and other associated charges.”