4,600 pot plants found in S. Idaho cornfields
BURLEY, Idaho (AP) -- Police have seized about 4,600 marijuana plants worth more than $13.8 million from three cornfields in south-central Idaho.
The Times-News reported in a story on Thursday that the Mini-Cassia Drug Task Force seized the plants in southern Cassia County.
Authorities say they spotted the plants from the air.
The operation included the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Mini-Cassia Search and Rescue, and agencies from Cassia County, Minidoka County and Jerome County,
Police are continuing to investigate.