Over $160K worth of marijuana plants seized in drug bust in Georgia home – WSB Atlanta
A drug bust in a South Georgia home resulted in $160,000 worth of drugs being taken off the streets.
LANIER COUNTY, Ga, — A drug bust at a south Georgia home resulted in $160,000 worth of drugs being taken off the streets.
Lanier County Sheriff’s Office seized over 100 marijuana plants in a home grow operation bust.
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The seized pot has a street value of more than $160,000.
On Monday, investigators carried out a search warrant at a home on Bryant Lane in Ray City after an investigation into a marijuana grow operation inside the house.
The plants were at different stages of growth and the loose marijuana was being prepared to be packaged and sold.
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The Georgia Department of Corrections, along with Fitzgerald Police Department and Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office, assisted in the case.
The identities of the suspects have not been released.
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