Michigan law enforcement agents seized more than 3,400 marijuana plants Monday in Monroe County’s Raisinville Township, authorities said. Several people were being interviewed by investigators Tuesday but no arrests in the case had been made, according to Michigan State Police.
The drug bust of an outdoor growing operation culminated a joint effort by several law enforcement agencies including the Michigan Air National Guard, officers said. The plants, found in a corn field behind a home, are about two inches each, police said.
via : Toledo Blade
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