By CBS13 Staff

SAN ANDREAS (CBS13) — Authorities have seized more than $3.5 million of marijuana in raids of illegal grow houses across Calaveras County over the past few weeks.

One of the pot grow houses deputies raided. (Credit: Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office)

The total comes from three houses the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office Marijuana Enforcement Unit has raided recently.

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In the first raid, which happened on Feb. 26, deputies served a search warrant at a home along the 2000 block of Moro Road in San Andreas and found 741 plants and 52 pounds of processed marijuana. Deputies estimate the street value at $549,250.

Two people – 44-year-old Man Yee Chan an 48-year-old Wei Ren Huang – were arrested at the Moro Road house and the building was red-tagged due to electrical hazards.

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On March 2, deputies raided two homes and uncovered large grows in each. The first home is was located along the 5000 block of McCauley Road in Valley Springs. A total of 2,511 plants and 222 pounds of processed marijuana – and estimated street value of $1.6 million – was found inside. That home was also red-tagged and one man, 30-year-old Yen Hsiang Yang, was arrested.

The other home raided that day was along the 5000 block of Southworth Road in Burson. Deputies found 2,298 marijuana plants inside – an estimated street value of around $1.4 million. Two people, 33-year-old Jose Feliciano Escarcega-Barajas and 22-year-old Rene Redondo-Ortiz, were arrested.

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Detectives say they are still investigating all three of the illegal grow sites. It’s unclear if any are related to each other.