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 February 1, 2013

Recently discovered cache of plants, initially pegged by officials speaking to local news as “one of the largest marijuana plant seizures in the police department’s history,” turned out to be a relatively common prairie plant known as horse mint.



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  40 Responses to “Texas Cops Mistake Actual Weeds For Marijuana Plants”


    It’s amusing but hardly recent. This is a story from 2010.


    Bunch of VERY inexperienced inividuals! DUMB ASSES!!


    Nay sayers ARE outta control!!


    I now know how to get my garden weeded this summer. Just call the cops free labor is always welcome as long as they don’t pull the vegetables.LOL


    Hello Weed Blog! Here is important news you are not reporting!! Chris Williams of Montana has been sentenced to 5 years in federal prison for simply following state guidelines as a Medical Marijuana Grower. You guys are dropping the ball in failing to report this important news. Put down that joint!!!




    hahaha…Cavity Search!! Yeeeeehaawww!!


    WTH – Nothing smells like cannabis. You can smell a crop (downwind) from a considerable distance.

    If they do not know what cannabis smells like how can they enforce prohibition? I wonder how many times stuff like this has gone unreported?

    From the Texas Gazette: On a midnight raid, Texas police arrested a colony of marauding feral cats for cultivating and consuming what was thought to be cannabis; it turned out to be catnip.

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