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September 25, 1985

A shot was fired at a team of federal and local law officers who were confiscating a marijuana crop in Trinity County, but no one was injured. The Sheriff's Department said officers also found five booby traps in the area. The eradication team was leaving the site on U.S. Forest Service land near the Northern California town of Hayfork when the single shot was fired from a nearby hill, deputies said. Officers searched the area but found no one. Deputies said they confiscated 263 plants, some as tall as 14 feet.

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