Multiple Marijuana Grows Seized

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Multiple Marijuana Grows Seized 

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) In the last two weeks, detectives with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office have seized multiple marijuana plant Drug2operations. On July 23, detectives with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office discovered ten large marijuana plants growing on the property of Ritchie Vaughn Jackson on Pearl Seay Road in Robertson County.

Charges are pending on Jackson. The marijuana plants have street value of $10,000. Earlier today, detectives seized 78 plants from locations on Toby Darden Road and Stroudsville Road in Robertson County. MAP

Ritchie Vaughn Jackson2The investigation into those two locations is still ongoing and charges will be pending. The street value of these seized plants would be approximately $78,000 at maturity.

These two operations are another example of the hard work and diligence by our investigators,” said Sheriff Bill Holt. “These seizures prevented a considerable amount of marijuana from reaching our streets, and those responsible for growing it will be prosecuted.”

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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  1. Phil Birdwell

    GATEWAY DRUG? What the Hell is wrong with you Mr. Jones? Gateway drugs are already legal and have been for almost one hundred years. Not only are they legal, they are represented by powerful lobbyists. Can you guess what they are?

  2. Sean

    Looks more like hemp than weed. What a waste of $ and resources..

  3. Sara

    I have to agree with doing something about the pill problem. Just recently I was told by the pharmacist that Robertson County is the #1 county in Tennessee for pharmaceutical addiction. I was told by them that I would not be able to have my prescription filled with them. Somewhere I have been doing business with for 9 years. I had to actually LEAVE the county to fill the prescription. So maybe you should be doing more about this problem then all the “pot” addicts. Because I can guarantee you that our county is not #1 for Pot addiction.

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