By Henry K. Lee and Jill Tucker
The San Francisco Chronicle
OAKLAND, Calif. — Police and federal drug agents raided a newly built East Oakland home that had been converted into an indoor marijuana farm, with more than 4,000 plants filling every room of the two-story home, authorities said Tuesday.
No arrests were made, and the investigation is continuing into who grew and maintained the plants with an estimated street value of $3.5 million, authorities said.
Calif. officers raid home, find 4,475 pot plants