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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Police say they made a surprising discovery while inspecting a west Omaha house in foreclosure - more than 400 marijuana plants and sophisticated growing equipment.

Officers found marijuana plants covering the entire home earlier this week, from fresh saplings to fully-grown plants. Police say 421 plants in all were siezed, along with grow lights, fans, water filtration systems and other items.

To make matters easier for authorities, officers were loading the illegal wares onto trucks when two of the home's residents pulled up.

Police arrested the two 23-year-old men on suspicion of manufacturing marijuana.








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