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Feds Smoke Out Chong?
Tommy Chong's Chong Glass makes a promise to its customers.
All of its products--chiefly, handmade pipes that the Los
Angeles Times once wrote "could double as a bong"--are, the
company Website says, "for legal blend and tobacco use only."
Or maybe not.
Chong, once one-half of the high-flying (literally) comedy
team, Cheech & Chong, saw his Gardena, California, factory and
Pacific Palisades home raided Monday by federal drug agents
and other authorities, Los Angeles TV station NBC4 reported.
The Chong sweep was said to be related to nationwide Drug
Enforcement Agency-led crackdowns on businesses that trade, in
what U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft (news - web sites)
called Monday the "illegal drug paraphernalia industry."
The initiatives--dubbed, in the tradition of
double-entendre-titled Cheech & Chong flicks, Operation Pipe
Dreams and Operation Headhunter--swept up 55 people from
California to Florida, with most of the arrests coming in
Neither Tommy Chong, nor Chong Glass, was named in the
A message left on Chong Glass' answering machine ("Okay, damn,
you just reached Chong Glass," its owner intones on the
outgoing message) was not returned Monday.
A DEA official said search warrants were served on Chong's
business and home. It was not immediately known what came of
Chong Glass, with its stock of handpipes and hammers and
sidecars, is described in the comic's official bio as a family
business providing "a unique collection of high-quality,
original functional art and signature merchandise."
"When he is not at Chong Glass testing the merchandise," his
Website notes, Chong, 64, is on the stand-up circuit twice a
month with his new partner in gags, wife Shelby.
Chong's show-biz career started smoking in the 1970s when he
and Cheech Marin played tie-dyed stoners in a series of
pot-joke comedies, such as Up in Smoke.
The duo split in 1985. Marin went prime-time, playing Don
Johnson's straight-shooting partner in Nash Bridges. Chong
continued to bill himself as a hemp advocate and a "born-again
doper," playing Hyde's stoner tie-dyed boss on That '70s Show.
Last month, Chong's daughter, actress Rae Dawn Chong (news),
told E! Online that she has penned a script aimed at reuniting
her father with Marin. Its title: Cheech & Chong Get Blunt.
The people indicted Monday, many of them owners of either
real-world retail shops or cyber-space e-commerce sites, were
charged with selling items that, the feds say, are "primarily
intended or designed to be used in ingesting, inhaling or
otherwise using controlled substances."