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Kansas Bureau of Investigation Senior Special Agent Doug Jorgensen
displays photos taken at indoor marijuana farms found in Kansas.
Douglas County recorded the most indoor marijuana growing
operations seized the past two years in Kansas.

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Marijuana thriving behind closed doors

Indoor crop mostly avoiding detection

Douglas County smoked the rest of the state when it came to the number of indoor marijuana plants seized by law-enforcement agencies the past two years, according to new data compiled by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.


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