CARROLLTON TOWNSHIP, MI: Police have seized more than a thousand illegally grown marijuana plants from a Carrollton Township house.
On Wednesday, July 28, the Michigan State Police’s Marijuana and Tobacco Investigation Section executed a search warrant on a large-scale grow operation in the 300 block of Balsam Street.
The team was assisted by Carrollton Township police and Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team (or BAYANET) personnel.
The search resulted in police seizing more than 1,200 marijuana plants and more than 60 pounds of processed pot.
The facility was growing and processing marijuana in violation of the state’s Medical Marihuana Act of 2008, the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act of 2016, and the Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act of 2018, police said.
No arrests were made at the scene, police confirmed.
The Marijuana and Tobacco Investigation Section stated it “will continue to conduct investigations and actively pursue criminal charges throughout Michigan, against businesses and individuals who continue to cultivate, manufacture, and distribute black market marijuana and marijuana-infused products.”
Source: M Live
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