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Narcotics Officers Find Hash Oil Device in Warehouse

Hazmat crews were called to an East Village warehouse Thursday evening to dispose of an illegal hash oil extraction device.Narcotics officers from the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) raided the warehouse at 1466 F Street between 14th and 15th Street at around 5 p.m. and found the pressurized device. Feline Felony: Kitten Caper Caught by Home Surveillance Hash oil is a resin extracted from marijuana that can be smoked, ingested or vaporized. Dangerous, flammable chemicals, like butane, are often used in the extraction process and these chemicals under intense pressure can be even more dangerous.Hazmat crews were not aware of what chemical was being used in this device, but an official at the scene said the device wasn’t a big deal and crews were just taking extra precaution. Community Rallies Around Surfer Girl With Brain Tumor Police said it could have been up to a year since the device was last used.No other illegal marijuana products were found in the warehouse. Prosecutor: Impostor Doctor Tried to Access Patient Records at Local Hospital discovered and raided the lab on F Street between 14th and 15th Streets on Thursday evening at around 5 p.m.San Diego Fire-Rescue Department (SDFD) Hazmat crews were requested to help with removal of hazardous materials.No other information was available.Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.
Source: NBC San Diego

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