Chatham-Kent police seize marijuana plants from corn field
Fifteen marijuana plants were seized from a corn field in Howard Township on Thursday, August 7, 2015. (Courtesy Chatham-Kent Police Service)
Published Friday, August 7, 2015 8:17AM EDT
For the second time in as many weeks Chatham-Kent police have seized marijuana plants growing in a corn field.
Thursday afternoon police received information that the plants were growing in a corn field in Howard Township.
After attending the scene officers located and seized 15 plants. According to police the potential street value of the plants is approximately $15,000.
Just last week officers seized and destroyed 130 plants found in five different plots from a corn field in Orford Township.
Police are asking anyone who believes marijuana plants are growing in their fields to call them at 519-352-1234 or to call Crime Stoppers.