Sacto 9-1-1
April 5, 2013
Six arrested in El Dorado County marijuana sales investigation

David+Sisson+040413.jpgStacy+Sisson+040413+(1).jpgRobert+Sisson+040413.jpgAn investigation into marijuana sales in El Dorado County has resulted in six arrests, as well as seizure of approximately 60 pounds of processed marijuana and $80,000 in currency.

A three-month investigation by El Dorado County sheriff's detectives regarding a conspiracy to sell marijuana culminated Thursday with the service of five search warrants, according to a Sheriff's Office news release.

The investigation centered around the sale of marijuana through two businesses. River City Wellness, also known as Right Choice Wellness, in Cameron Park and C4C in Shingle Springs were operated by 45-year-old David Sisson (top left photo) of El Dorado, his wife, 44-year-old Stacy Sisson (top right photo), also of El Dorado, and David Sisson's brother, 34-year-old Robert Sisson (left photo) of Shingle Springs, authorities said.

David Sisson was booked into El Dorado County Jail on suspicion of conspiracy to sell marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Robert Sisson was booked on suspicion of conspiracy to sell marijuana and possession of marijuana for sale, and Stacy Sisson was booked on suspicion of conspiracy to possess marijuana for sale.

Employee Mathew Wollman, 29, of Sacramento was arrested and booked on suspicion of possessing a concealed firearm in a vehicle, and another employee, Austin Lange, 26, of Cameron Parked was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to sell marijuana.

While detectives were serving a search warrant at one of the businesses, James Dungan, 50, of Santa Cruz arrived allegedly intending to sell processed marijuana to the business. Detectives arrested him on suspicion of possessing marijuana for sale.

Sheriff's officials said search warrants were served at each business and at the business operator's home. The other two search warrants were for bank accounts. In addition to the processed marijuana and currency, detectives seized nine firearms and authorities said more seizures are expected.

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