A little more than pot luck nets big haul

grandlakenews.com Published: August 29, 2013

TAHLEQUAH -- They made more than a little haul this time.

The Delaware County Journal reports that marshals from the Cherokee Nation, working jointly with the drug task force for the district attorney's office for District 27, recovered 120 marijuana plants in the Kenwood community.

The street value of the plants was estimated at $1,500 per plant, or nearly $180,000 total.

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