TROTWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) - The Montgomery County RANGE Task Force shut down a suspected marijuana grow operation in Trotwood.
Detectives raided a home at 190 North Diamond Mill Road Tuesday. They say they uncovered an elaborate operation.
Officers found several pot plants being cared for by automatic water and fertilizer feeders.
Detectives seized 24 plants, about 11 pounds of loose marijuana, thousands of dollars in cash, and several guns.
No arrests were made, but two people were home at the time. Charges will be decided once lab tests are complete.
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