Joseph Russoniello

US Attorney's Office (formerly)

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Former US Attorney for the Northern District of California

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Sheriff's deputies arrested seven men  running a large marijuana plantation today near Pyramid Lake in Ventura County.

When It Comes to Marijuana, Not Even a County Sheriff Can Cross the Feds

Sheriff's deputies arrested seven men running a large marijuana plantation today near Pyramid Lake in Ventura County.

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