$90,000 worth of marijuana seized during Wood County operation
Posted September 1
WOOD COUNTY, OH — Authorities in Wood County conducted a marijuana eradication operation on Thursday.
The Wood County sheriff's office reports deputies worked with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation to seize 89 marijuana plants. Authorities say the plants have an estimated street-value of around $90,000.
The teams worked in the rural areas of Bowling Green, Bradner, Custar, Fostoria, Grand Rapids, Jerry City, Milton Center and North Baltimore. The sheriff's office says investigations are ongoing in those areas and criminal charges are pending.