Morgan County investigators find 20 marijuana plants in 42-acre field

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MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — An ongoing investigation between the Morgan County Drug Task Force and the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office resulted in a marijuana drug bust Thursday.

The two teams executed a drug search at a 42-acre field off of Draper Road. Investigators found approximately 20 marijuana plants, with most of them over 10-feet-tall.

Investigators removed all containers and plants from the field. There are several people investigators want to question as part of the investigation. There is no one in custody at this time, and it is an ongoing investigation.


  • Michael

    If they come to question you, take the Fifth Amendment and stay silent until your lawyer is present. The sheriff’s office is not there to help you. If they question you, they are looking to find a reason to arrest you. Anything you tell them WILL be used against you in a court of law.

  • Ledman

    It’s a PLANT, for Gods sake. The Lord meant for us to have it. I would like for the prohibition against nature to be ended, if for no other reason than to see how butthurt law enforcement, lawyers, judges and jailers will be afterwards.

  • Jeff

    I’m so glad that the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department are using all resources available to them through taxpayer dollars to protect me and the rest of the community from this horrible PLANT.

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