HENRYETTA, Okla. — The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) were part of a multi-agency investigation that shut down a criminal marijuana grow in Henryetta earlier today.
Mark Woodward, spokesman for the the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics said, “During this investigation, evidence shows large loads of marijuana being moved off this property and trafficked out of state onto the illicit market.”
Woodward said 42,000 marijuana plants were taken from the grow along with 28 workers who were detained and interviewed.
The OBN was one of six agencies involved in the investigation, the others are the FBI, DEA, District 25 Drug Task Force, Creek Nation Lighthorse Police, and Oklahoma City Police Department.
Woodward said the arrests are pending as this investigation is on-going.
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