The sleepy town of Aguanga, southern California, was rocked by seven drug-related killings at a Marijuana farm where detectives recovered 1,000 pounds of cannabis, large amounts of which had been processed into “honey oil”, a highly potent concentrate made by extracting the THC chemical from the plant.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement that police responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon at property on the outskirts of the town, which has just 2,000 residents, at around 12.30am on Monday.
On arrival, officers found six people shot dead at the residence, which is thought to have housed 20 people and had a built-in nursery. A woman was found suffering from bullet wounds and was taken to hospital where she later died, Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said. All seven victims and witnesses were from Laos, a small Asian country bordering Thailand.
“This was not a small operation,” Bianco said. “This is a very organized-crime type of an…