Agents Seize More than 6,000 Marijuana Plants in Central Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY - State narcotics agents have seized more than 6,000 marijuana plants this week as part of their annual eradication missions.
Two large operations were raided Thursday night in Edmond and Norman.
Agents were performing aerial spotting missions when the plants were spotted, said Mark Woodward, spokesman for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.
A total of 149 plants were seized at the Norman location and one arrest was made. The Edmond raid netted 160 marijuana plants and 1 arrest, Woodward said.
Officials did not release the suspects' name.
Since Monday, 6,096 marijuana plants have been seized around central Oklahoma and three arrests have been made, Woodward said.