Federal agents have raided a Southern California marijuana dispensary, seizing 19 pounds of pot and 117 pounds of edible items containing marijuana.
Drug Enforcement Administration agents served the search warrant early Thursday at Temecula's Cooperative Patients' Services.
There were no arrests.
DEA spokeswoman Sarah Pullen tells the Riverside Press-Enterprise ( http://bit.ly/GHO6yU) that agents served a related search warrant at the Lake Elsinore area property of dispensary founder Douglas Lanphere.
Some 50 marijuana plants were confiscated at that location.
Federal documents claim dispensary sells marijuana to the public for a profit.
Lanphere says he resigned his leadership post at the co-op and is now a member. He lives in Oregon.
Operators of the storefront dispensary have been embroiled in a lawsuit with Temecula over the Riverside County city's ban on marijuana dispensaries.
Information from: The Press-Enterprise, www.pe.com