Sheriff says growers will go to great lengths to keep their plants hidden from authorities
By Ben Carlson
Monday, August 3, 2009 at 7:00 pm
Friday was not a good day for pot heads in Anderson County.
The sheriff’s department and state police used a helicopter to spot, and hatchets and saws to chop down, over $600,000 worth of pot plants in the county’s western end.
Sheriff Troy Young said the tag-team duo spotted and removed 303 marijuana plants in 25 different locations that afternoon as a means of helping keep pot out of Anderson County.
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