MONUMENT, COLO. (AP) - Drug enforcement agents are at a home north of Colorado Springs investigating a suspected illegal marijuana-growing operation across the street from an elementary school.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Friday that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration had come to the house from Denver. It is located across from Winds Elementary.
Marijuana plants have been piled up on the house's driveway.
DEA agents are piling marijuana plants from illegal grow across from Prairie Wild Elem in Monument (in background) pic.twitter.com/Lrx3Upa1UY— Kaitlin Durbin (@njKaitlinDurbin) May 12, 2017
Information from: The Gazette
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