Fleiss, 47, told detectives she was growing cannabis so she could sell it to a Las Vegas cooperative, but admitted that she did not have a license to do so, according to a news release issued by the Nye County Sheriff’s Office. Also found at her home were grow lights and several bottles of chemicals used to cultivate marijuana, the sheriff’s office said. The plants were collected as evidence and the equipment destroyed. Fleiss was not arrested because she was caring for exotic birds worth $200,000 and because she was cooperative throughout the investigation, De Meo said, but his office had turned the case over to prosecutors for potential filing of marijuana possession charges.
It’s everything you love about eating at Abuelita’s house, enhanced by the fact that you’re allowed to have a margarita (or two) without shame. Illuminating a wide stretch of North Hollywood’s industrial mecca, the restaurant is situated near the 170 freeway and the Bob Hope Airport, making it fairly easy to reach by most of the San Fernando Valley. Perhaps this is why the place is always packed with hungry patrons yearning for the vibrant cuisine of Jerez Zacatecas, and friends and families waiting to have a great time. The menu at Salsa & Beer has enough delicious regional options to make even the heartiest eater dizzy. The fajitas combo comes so packed with flavor that you can smell the tender steak, juicy chicken, sizzling shrimp, and abundance of vegetables throughout the whole restaurant; itll make you jealous of whoever ordered it before you.