Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics shut down a second Logan County marijuana grow farm. Agents said the farm was tied to a criminal organization.
Agents, assisted by the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, raided the farm on Monday. OBN says the farm was cultivating black market marijuana.
“This was another piece of an ongoing investigation targeting criminals moving thousands of pounds of marijuana onto the streets while hiding behind a state medical marijuana license,” OBN Spokesman Mark Woodward said.
“Multiple people are facing charges as this investigation continues.”
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Last month, OBN agents conducted two raids in Logan County, including at 4355 S. Midwest Blvd. where they found over 11,000 marijuana plants. Related article: The location of Monday’s raid was located at 5500 N. Midwest Blvd.
Earlier this month, agents also cracked down on an illegal grow operation in Erick that was connected to the Guthrie farm. Related article: Logan County drug raid leads to another Oklahoma raid