Authorities this week seized two separate marijuana growing operations concealed on private property in rural Douglas County, the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team said today. Daniel Grenier, 51, whose town of residence was not available, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of unlawful manufacture and possession of marijuana after two sheriff’s deputies investigating an unrelated tip in the Camas Valley area found signs of a marijuana growing operation. The investigation revealed a large illegal garden with 90 growing marijuana plants, each with the potential to yield one to four pounds, generating an estimated street value of at least $200,000, police said. The …
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