Nearly 100,000 marijuana plants have been uprooted in four pot farms discovered in the San Bernardino National Forest east of Los Angeles.
There are no arrests.
The marijuana farms were found Thursday and Friday by the sheriff's Marijuana Eradication Team, the U.S. Forest Service and the Campaign Against Marijuana Planting.
Some 59,000 plants were growing in a canyon north of Arrowhead Springs and more than 5,000 plants were being cultivated below Crest Park in the Rim Forest and Sky Forest area.
Investigators say deputies found another farm with 32,000 plants on a ridge in lower Lytle Creek Canyon. Another 3,000 plants were growing in the Miller Narrows area.
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