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Police drug bust results in major seizure of marijuana plants, processed marijuana, weapons and arrests.


After a seven-month investigation by federal, county and local police agencies, 22 raids took place  July 8th  on sites involved with alleged marijuana trafficking.

According to Michigan State Police officials, the raids occurred in Wayne, Oakland, Washtenaw and Jackson counties.

Of the 22 locations raided, private businesses, home and four warehouses were included. Police seized more than 500 marijuana plants, a significant amount of processed marijuana and several weapons. Several arrests were also made by police.

One man was injured when a home in Ypsilanti Township was raided Sunday. A woman and child escaped unharmed.

At least one of the warehouses was in Detroit on the 6430 block of Epworth Street in an area east of Livernois Avenue and south of Tireman Street.

A number of agencies joined forces with the Michigan State Police in the drug bust, including the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the FBI and the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department.

Other agencies involved in the effort were the Livonia Police Department, the Northville, Canton, Plymouth township police departments and the Western Wayne Special Operations Team.