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Cops bust Long Island City pot growing operation

11-27 44 Road

April 3, 2013 Staff Report

The NYPD, as part of a joint investigation with the FBI,  busted a pot growing operation in Long Island City yesterday, recovering plants, lamps and other paraphernalia from inside a warehouse located at  11-27 44th Road, police said.

The police said that about 1,000 pot plants were seized. Five people have been arrested.

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Wayne Kerr

Oh for goodness sake, just legalize the stuff already.

Prohibition on booze was a fiasco, so is outlawing a plant that grows naturally.


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