3 indicted after indoor marijuana growing operation found

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MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — Three suspects are facing federal drug trafficking charges in connection to allegedly growing and attempting to sell marijuana. The Jackson Metro Narcotics Unit searched a home in Madison County on May 17 where they arrested the suspects. Investigators say the drug bust led law enforcement officers to discover several pounds of marijuana, firearms, thousands of dollars, and a marijuana grow operation inside. A couple from Oregon, Michael and Tawni Boutin, along with their alleged accomplice, William Cisco of Jackson have been indicted on federal drug trafficking charges. “A lot of people look at it as just marijuana,” Jackson Metro Narcotics Unit, Lt. 3 indicted after indoor marijuana growing operation found

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