Oklahoma: Muskogee County Marijuana Farm Shut Down For Growing Without A License

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The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics has shut down a marijuana farm in Muskogee County that was growing plants without a license. OBN says they believe the farm was tied to a Cartel trafficking organization. Investigators say they also found evidence of possible human trafficking. The OBN says they recovered about 25,000 plants at the farm — worth over $36 million. They also say the working conditions on this farm are the worst they have ever seen. The 40-acre marijuana farm was busted by OBN Monday after investigators discovered the farm was running without a license. Even more shocking, they say 20 to 30 Hispanic workers were living in life-threatening conditions and hadn’t been paid. “They were basically forced to live in makeshift shanties along the tree line — no running water and electricity. It also appears they have not been bathing or washing their clothes. It was very, very troubling to see,” said OBN spokesman Mark Woodward. He says the Bureau busts 3-4 of these operations a day across the state. More at  https://www.news9.com/story/60ccff7f5432780bc427e3eb/muskogee-county-marijuana-farm-shut-down-for-growing-without-a-license

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