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Es una prioridad “Expulsar a los delincuentes y garantizar la Seguridad Pública”

Es una prioridad “Expulsar a los delincuentes y garantizar la Seguridad Pública”

CIUDAD DE OKLAHOMA – A través de un comunicado de prensa el Procurador General Gentner Drummond dio a conocer la creación de un Grupo de Trabajo contra el Crimen Organizado para combatir el flagelo de las operaciones ilegales de cultivo de marihuana en todo Oklahoma, remarcando que existe un recurso para que los ciudadanos denuncien actividades sospechosas relacionadas con operaciones sin licencia.

"Los cultivos ilegales de marihuana son responsables de una afluencia alarmante del crimen organizado a nuestras comunidades, particularmente de los cárteles de la droga y los sindicatos del crimen chinos", señaló Drummond. "He convertido en una prioridad eliminar a estos operadores ilícitos y este grupo de trabajo es un componente crucial para expulsar a los delincuentes y garantizar la seguridad pública".

“Este grupo  está trabajando estrechamente con la Oficina de Control de Narcóticos y Drogas Peligrosas de Oklahoma (OBN), la Autoridad de Marihuana Medicinal de Oklahoma y otras agencias estatales para investigar todos los delitos relacionados con las operaciones de cultivo ilegal, incluida la trata de personas y la distribución de drogas mortales como el fentanilo” remarco.

Se recomienda a los ciudadanos con información sobre presuntas operaciones de cultivo ilegal que envíen un aviso a la Oficina del Fiscal General de Oklahoma. Un formulario de queja está disponible en oag.ok.gov  "Illegal Marijuana Tipline". Las reportes también se pueden enviar a illegalgrow@oag.ok.gov y permaneceran en el anonimato.

El Proyecto de Ley 2095 de la Cámara de Representantes, promulgado en mayo, otorga al Grupo de Trabajo contra el Crimen Organizado, junto con OBN y la Oficina de Investigación del Estado de Oklahoma, plena autoridad de aplicación sobre las leyes de marihuana medicinal. Escrita por el representante Jon Echols y el senador Lonnie Paxton, la medida permite a la Oficina del Procurador General citar documentos comerciales, realizar inspecciones in situ sin previo aviso, incautar y destruir productos ilegales y celebrar acuerdos con otras agencias estatales para combatir las operaciones ilegales.

 

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It is a Priority to Wipe out criminals and Ensuring Public Safety

 

OKLAHOMA CITY - Attorney General Gentner Drummond has created an Organized Crime Task Force to combat the scourge of illegal marijuana grow operations across Oklahoma and added a resource for citizens to report suspicious activity related to unlicensed operations.

“Illegal marijuana grows are responsible for an alarming influx of organized crime into our communities, particularly from Mexican drug cartels and Chinese crime syndicates” Drummond noted. “I have made it a priority to wipe out these illicit operators and this task force is a crucial component to driving out criminals and ensuring public safety.”

The task force is working closely with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (OBN), the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority and other state agencies to investigate all crimes related to illegal grow operations, including human trafficking and the distribution of deadly drugs such as fentanyl.

Citizens with information about suspected illegal grow operations are encouraged to submit a tip to the Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General. A complaint form is available at oag.ok.gov. Tips can also be sent to illegalgrow@oag.ok.gov and reporters can remain anonymous.

House Bill 2095, signed into law in May, gives the Organized Crime Task Force, in conjunction with OBN and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, full enforcement authority over medical marijuana laws. Authored by Rep. Jon Echols and Sen. Lonnie Paxton, the measure allows the Office of the Attorney General to subpoena business documents, conduct unannounced on-site inspections, seize, and destroy illegal products and enter into agreements with other state agencies to combat illegal operations.

 

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