An up-and-coming California real estate agent reportedly acted as a buyer's agent for 16 Sacramento-area homes that were allegedly converted into indoor marijuana-growing operations. Kevin Parker, an agent with Prudential California Realty, was the 2004 Rookie of the Year and a top producer in 2005 at the company's Antioch office, according to his home page on a company Web site. But a DEA raid of 21 Sacramento area homes that were converted into pot growing operations has the news media -- if not law enforcement agencies -- raising questions about some of Parker's most recent deals. Using local multiple listing service data provided by real estate industry professionals, Sacramento-based KXTV News10 reported that between October 2005 and June 2006, Parker acted as the buyer's agent for a...
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