published Friday, January 24th, 2014

Indoor pot farm found in Jackson County, Alabama

Narcotics officers with the Jackson County, Ala., Sheriff's Office busted an indoor marijuana farm Thursday, according to a news release.

The indoor growing operation was in a home on Jackson County Road 382, the release stated.

Officers found growing plants, chemicals, fertilizer and drug paraphernalia along with $32,000 worth of harvested marijuana, the release stated.

Investigators arrested Joshua Levi Williams, 22, of Henagar. He was charged with trafficking marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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