While the legal marijuana trade is booming in Washington, large-scale illegal pot grows with out-of-state ties, many in converted homes in residential areas, are increasingly cropping up like weeds in rural Lewis County communities. Here are some of the 8,000 plants that have been seized in the past year as the result of raids on seven grow operations.
While the legal marijuana trade is booming in Washington, large-scale illegal pot grows with out-of-state ties, many in converted homes in residential areas, are increasingly cropping up like weeds in rural Lewis County communities. Here are some of the 8,000 plants that have been seized in the past year as the result of raids on seven grow operations. Courtesy of Lewis County Sheriff’s Office
While the legal marijuana trade is booming in Washington, large-scale illegal pot grows with out-of-state ties, many in converted homes in residential areas, are increasingly cropping up like weeds in rural Lewis County communities. Here are some of the 8,000 plants that have been seized in the past year as the result of raids on seven grow operations. Courtesy of Lewis County Sheriff’s Office

Lewis County Sheriff: Trend of large, illegal pot grows likely to continue

January 12, 2018 06:03 PM