Police find marijuana growing in cornfield

NEW HAVEN — On Wednesday a little before 4 p.m. Vermont State Police were notified that someone was illegally growing marijuana in a cornfield near Route 17 in New Haven.
The grow operation was discovered when the corn was being cut down. Trooper Conway reported that marijuana was growing at around six separate sites, each containing five to six plants.
Police pulled out the marijuana and took it to the New Haven state police barracks for destruction.

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