Restaurant found to be Cooking with Cannabis WLTX.com -- July 5th, 2012 SACRAMENTO, CA (KXTV) - Sacramento County Sheriff's deputies have issued a search warrant at a restaurant they are saying had been a cover for a medical marijuana dispensary operation. Sheriff's spokesman Jason Ramos said they issued a warrant today at The Farmer's Daughter on El Camino Avenue near Watt Avenue. Their webpage describes them as having local specialty foods plus a cafe. Ramos says they have been examining this restaurant for a while and they had the ability to serve the search warrant Wednesday morning. He says they've discovered marijuana edibles, lollypops and baked good so far. The restaurant's owners, Robert Sand, 64, and Shelby Lucero, 50, were also detained and booked on felony charges including possession of cannabis for sale, cultivation of marijuana and unlawful production, and criminal conspiracy. Outside of the restaurant, medical cannabis patients were furious. "It's a violation of our rights," medical marijuana patient Richard Miller said. "They would rather us be all drugged up on medications. Rather than using holistic medicines." What are your views about restaurants using marijuana in their cooking if they had a license to do so? Discuss.