Almost 200 Arrests Made In Multi-State Effort

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Updated: 10/10/2012 12:15 am
 Kentucky State Police said close to 200 marijuana-related arrests were made during a three-day long effort to fight drug trafficking.
 Troopers said they seized more than 200 pounds of marijuana and more than 14,000 marijuana plants.
 This was part of an effort between their agency and state police agencies in Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Indiana.
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