Four people were arrested for suspicion of selling and distributing products containing marijuana, the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office said Monday.
Jose Delahoz, 55, and Valeria Rada, 42, have been charged with suspicion of child endangerment, maintaining a place for marijuana to be sold, tax evasion, and possession of marijuana for sale, according to Barbara Medina of the DA’s office. They were arraigned Sunday in San Diego Superior Court. If convicted of all charges, they face probation and up to eight years in prison.
Diego Delahoz, 30, and Edgar Delahoz, 29, have been charged with suspicion of maintaining a place for marijuana to be sold, tax evasion and possession of marijuana for sale, Medina said. They both face up to four years and four months in prison if convicted of all the charges.
On Wednesday, law enforcement served search warrants at multiple locations that resulted in the seizure of more than $1 million of mislabeled products containing cannabis in various locations, including a home with young children.
“Illegal marijuana businesses that sell unregulated products are an underground economy that undercuts legal dispensaries who are following the law and undercuts the laws that protect children and teens from the potentially