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$2 Million Worth of Pot Found By Sheriff's in Palmdale Home

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The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department served a search warrant on a Palmdale home after a neighbor reported a possible break-in and other suspicious activity, cbs2 reports. Authorities entered the home on Bridgeport Court and soon discovered 127 marijuana plants and growing equipment. The Sheriff's detectives believe the pot they found would be "worth $2.2 million on the street." No one was found on the property, and so no arrests were made on scene.

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