ABC agents uncover marijuana patch in Bullock Co. - Tucson News Now

ABC agents uncover marijuana patch in Bullock Co.

(Source: Alabama ABC Board) (Source: Alabama ABC Board)
(Source: Alabama ABC Board) (Source: Alabama ABC Board)
(Source: Alabama ABC Board) (Source: Alabama ABC Board)
(Source: Alabama ABC Board) (Source: Alabama ABC Board)
BULLOCK CO., AL (WSFA) -

Agents with the Alabama Alcohol Beverage Control Board uncovered a marijuana patch in west Bullock County on Monday.

The agents were investigating a tip into a possible moonshine still when they found the plants.

The search took place in a wooded area along Bullock County Road Seven North. That is where agents found the ten plants that were being grown and maintained in large buckets and pots.

According to authorities, a suspect has been identified, but no arrests have been made at this time. The investigation is still on-going.

Anyone with information about this case or any other illegal activity is encouraged to call the ABC Board hotline at 1-800-327-7341.

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