Scott County Sheriff's Office Uses Helicopter To Find Pot Patch

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 8/15/2012 9:31 pm
If you're growing marijuana in Scott County, someone will be watching from the air.

The Scott County Sheriff said his office found and destroyed more than 200-marijuana plants near Sadieville on Wednesday.

The plants were spotted from a law enforcement helicopter.

Sheriff Tony Hampton said he and his deputies will be "frequent flyers" for the next few weeks.

The Sheriff said the pot plants found on Wednesday had a total value of about $400,000.
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