$200K worth of marijuana found in Espanola home

Provincial Police in Espanola say an adult and young person are facing charges after police found an indoor marijuana grow-op.

Provincial Police in Espanola say an adult and young person are facing charges after police found an indoor marijuana grow-op.

On Thursday, police searched a home in Espanola and found more than 200 plants, 40 grams of marijuana, packaging material, a debt list and grow equipment.

The street value of the drugs seized was $207,569, police said.

The pair were released from custody and are expected to appear in court in February, 2014.

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