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UPSET finds marijuana grow near Big Bay

BIG BAY, MI-- The Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team seized more than 300 marijuana plants from an illegal grow operation in Marquette County. On Tuesday detectives developed information about the site in a wooded area near Big Bay. Plants of different sizes were confiscated. UPSET says at this time no suspects have been arrested. Officials aren’t disclosing the location of the operation, as the investigation continues. Michigan State Police and the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office...
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