As marijuana break-ins skyrocket in California, business owners take action

Like most marijuana business owners he knows in California, Sebastian Maldonado’s vertically integrated cannabis company, Delta Boyz, has been burglarized repeatedly.

Maldonado, a Delta Boyz co-owner, estimates the company – which operates a store, distribution center and cultivation facility south of Sacramento, in Isleton – has suffered $1 million in stolen product over the past three years.

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Instead of improving, however, the 2 a.m. alarms, broken doors, busted locks and pilfered high-end cannabis Maldonado later sees fenced on Instagram has worsened.

Four incidents occurred in March alone at Delta Boyz: three attempts and one successful break-in, according to Maldonado.

Despite ample security footage and alarms that immediately notify police of a burglary in progress, only one of those incidents resulted in an arrest.

Across California, burglaries continue to plague licensed cannabis businesses with near impunity – sometimes with deadly results.

The ongoing crime wave is forcing business

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