Franklin Co. deputies seize nearly 400 marijuana plants in two days
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Wash. — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office now has custody of almost 400 marijuana plants after two separate busts.
On Tuesday morning, deputies found 350 plants growing in a corn field near Baart and Russell roads, southwest of Mesa. One day later, another bust. This time 30 marijuana plants were found. They were growing on a bluff along the Columbia River.
It’s not known if any arrests were made.