Oklahoma game wardens uproot marijuana plants at illegal grow site
Three Oklahoma game wardens were tasked with uprooting a patch of marijuana inside a wildlife management area in eastern Oklahoma.
A deer hunter scouting the Spavinaw Wildlife Management Area reported the “illegal marijuana grow site” to authorities, game wardens state in a social media post. Three game wardens spent Saturday morning pulling up marijuana plants in the wildlife area.
“It’s obviously been maintained,” said Cody Morris, Delaware County game warden. “It was obviously planted. The ground has been worked.”