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FOSSIL, OR -- The Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team helped bust an illegal outdoor marijuana grow with over 8,000 plants in southern Wheeler County. The grow was discovered by a Wheeler County resident who immediately reported it to the Sheriff’s Office. Drug detectives say things like propane tanks, large amounts of black irrigation piping and fertilizer bags may be signs of an illegal grow operation.  

 

This week’s bust was a joint effort by the Wheeler County Sheriff’s Office, CODE and Oregon State Police. 

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