Enterprise Housing Project Controversy

Nearby residents are concerned about reported illegal activity taking place at an abandoned Enterprise apartment complex.

Seattle Fire department (SFD) responded to an explosion Tuesday, January 7, 2014, at an apartment building. SFD stated that the building had been moved six inches off of its foundation. Arson Bomb Detectives (ABS) determined that the explosion was from a hash oil extraction. There was marijuana located in the freezer in a large Pyrex measuring cup and a Butane bottle was next to the refrigerator (Butane is commonly used in the extraction of Hash Oil). Officers and SFD found marijuana in one of the bedrooms and a substantial marijuana grow farm was located in the basement. There were no injuries. Narcotics Detectives responded. The owner of the property was not forthcoming with who had control of the property. ABS will handle the follow-up on the reckless endangerment charge.

An abandoned apartment complex in enterprise has nearby residents concerned for the safety of their children.
La Veta Woods Apartment Complex on Dixie Drive has reportedly been the scene of drug use.., prostitution..., and other illegal activities. Numerous apartments have been ransacked. This week.., nearby residents voiced their concerns at the enterprise city council meeting. Enterprise officials say they realize the problem…, and they are going through the legal process to remove the “eyesore”…

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