Hogs squeal on pot growing operation

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Deputies seize plants worth $100K Tullahoma’s annual Fan Feast scrimmage turned into an all-you-can-eat buffet for the Wildcats on Friday, as they devoured Warren County on their way to a 54-8 beat down of the Pioneers. A musical experience underground The Marshall Theater and Mrs. R.T. Hill Coffee County Sheriff’s department Deputy Larry McKelvey and his K-9 Yoshi discovered a marijuana grow operation on Old Murfreesboro Road Saturday while responding to a call of hogs running wild in the area.  Thirty-three plants with a street value of $100,000 were seized.  Thirty-three marijuana plants with a street value of $100,000 were seized Saturday along with grow operation equipment when the Coffee County Sheriff’s department responded to a call of hogs running wild and causing damage along Old Murfreesboro Road. When it comes to the career technical education (CTE) progra Area photographers are invited to submit their favorite photos of the South Cumb More than $100,000 worth of marijuana was seized from an Old Murfreesboro Road property last weekend after the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call of hogs running wild and causing damage in the area. On Saturday, Coffee County Sheriff’s Deputy Larry McKelvey attempted twice to contact anyone at the residence. On his second visit, he spoke to a man on the property who said he was a neighbor there to locate the hogs. Hogs squeal on pot growing operation

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