ELWOOD, Ind. (WISH) - A marijuana grow operation consisting of 111 marijuana plants, 70 clone plants, four mother plants, and six 1-pound bags of marijuana was dismantled in Elwood Thursday night.
Members of the Hamilton County Drug Task Force and Madison County Drug Task Force arrived at a residence in the 11000 block of N. 33rd St. in Elwood Thursday after an investigation on possible drug activity, according to a release.
Investigators had obtained a warrant on the home.
Inside, officers found the 111 plants, 70 clone plants, four mother plants and six 1-pound bags of marijuana. Additional authorities arrived to help dismantle the operation.
Stephen Stookey, 70, and Marilyn Stookey, 69, were arrested and preliminarily charged with possession with intent to deal marijuana, a Class C felony, possession of marijuana, a Class D felony, and maintaining a common nuisance, a Class D felony.
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