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MERIDIAN, Oklahoma -- A house at the center of a Logan County investigation went up in flames Wednesday morning and is now destroyed.

Between 5 and 6 a.m. the Logan County Sheriff's department and the Meridian volunteer fire department were called out to a home on fire.

Police say this is the same house they busted Monday for marijuana where deputies seized 100 marijuana plants, confiscated 13 guns, and took three people into custody. The homeowner is still in the Logan County jail.

"The whole circumstance is suspicious," Logan County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Rob Groseclose said. "Like I said two nights ago, a search warrant was served here. We got a tremendous amount of evidence from the house."

The fire marshal is investigating the scene and will determine an exact cause.