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"There was a desert free for all in suburban Washington. DC CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Reports knew that so many people are crazy about cheesecake. The cheesecake factory in Arlington Virginia just outside the nation's capital participated in a national give way of forty thousand slices of cheesecake in conjunction with a food delivery service. Police say roads in the area were jammed and would be delivery drivers double-parked one person refused. Police orders to leave the restaurant and resisted removal leading to a disorderly conduct charge. Pam coulter. CBS news, my neighbors, apparently. Yeah. Really, Tom Foty CBS news. It's one of five of the various news station KCBS sunny and a bit warmer today after a chilly morning. Good morning. I'm Larry Sharoni. Here's what's happening Oakland police claim that they have busted a violent gangs been ripping off bay area pot. Dispensaries police say they have taken people into custody following a robbery at a marijuana dispensary warehouse and Hayward Wednesday night, the gentlemen inside was accosted assaulted and eventually locked into a safe as they took all of the candidates inside the building Oakland. Police captain Ursa Joyner tell us keep x five the alleged crooks had been under surveillance for the past month. Police say they are connected with a string of burglaries and robberies of cannabis clubs dispensaries around the bay area. OPD served warrants and three cities yesterday Oakland Hayward in Stockton, where they say the gang's hideout was keeping x five has learned. It's not just Alameda, and San Joaquin counties involved. But the investigation is also connected with dispensary. Robberies and burglary cases in San Mateo. Ceo, and San Francisco counties as well. The case has been ho- over, and it has been handed over to the Alameda County DA -'s office who will prosecute the case as we've been reporting San Jose police have taken on a major criminal drug running operation based out of the south bay KCBS. As big the reports, the group was taking advantage of California's pot laws to make huge profits in other states while much of the marijuana was produced here in the San Jose area. Police say it was shipped out of state and sold in areas. Where pot is legal and therefore more profitable. Marijuana is worth twenty twenty to thirty percent more on the east coast. So it's very lucrative for these individuals to ship the marijuana over there where they can sell it for a higher premium and profit from it Lieutenant Paul Messier head of the police special investigations unit says so far four suspects have been arrested in San Jose. And Sunnyvale I think they."