STANTON — Firefighters in Stanton knocking down a fire Monday at a commercial building utilized as a muffler shop discovered a marijuana growth operation at the back of the structure, authorities said.
“It was pretty elaborate,” Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Jon Muir said.
Firefighters dispatched at 7:23 a.m. Monday, Sept. 2, to the 8000 block of Katella Avenue had the fire out within 15 minutes of their arrival, Muir said.
A watch commander at the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said the building was a muffler shop with about a “quarter” of the structure in the back utilized as a growth operation.
“There was some electrical issues,” he added.
There was no other immediate information.
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