Calhoun County authorities busted a marijuana growing operations late Thursday night after their suspicions were raised during an arrest.

The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says that they executed an arrest warrant earlier in the day Thursday to a home on W. Adams St. in Homer, when they observed marijuana plants in the back yard. Sheriff’s Deputies returned to the residence around 11:30pm with a search warrant, and found inside several large pot plants, processed marijuana, and suspected hash oil.

As well, seven firearms were seized during the search.

No arrests were made because no one was home at the time; this grow continues to be investigated.

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