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Smell of pot in Denver suburb leads feds to bust of Nebraska marijuana network

By: KIRK MITCHELL, The Denver Post
February 19, 2017 Updated: February 19, 2017 at 5:27 pm
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An investigation of an alleged interstate crime network all started with an anonymous tip about a pungent odor emanating from a rental home in Westminster.

It was May 2, 2016, harvest time for a lucrative Nebraska-based illegal marijuana network with five pot grow houses and warehouses in Westminster, Dacono, Broomfield and Thornton.

On Thursday, federal prosecutors reaped their own harvest of greenery in Denver U.S. District court after seizing bound and loose stacks of U.S. currency totaling $65,119 from several Denver area pot grow houses, according to an affidavit filed by Raymond Padilla, a federal Drug Enforcement Administration.

Read more at denverpost.com.

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