Sheriff's deputies bust a 10 to 20 acre marijuana grow in Fresno County
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Sheriff's deputies busted an illegal pot grow in Fresno County Thursday afternoon.
The 10 to 20 acre marijuana grow was discovered in plain sight in the area of Bethel and Huntsman avenues. That's east of the city of Selma.
When deputies arrived - they found nearly 10,000 plants in a large open field near a ponding basin.
No one was there at the time and so far no one was arrested.
Deputies are working to determine who owns the property and who was involved.
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