POLICE HALT SYNTHETIC MARIJUANA OPERATION
Indiana State Police shut down a large synthetic marijuana growing operation in the New Palestine area over the weekend. An investigation at two locations in Indianapolis led to a residence on County Road 650 West. Police found 500 pounds of finished product, 800 pounds of unfinished product and packaging material. No arrests have been made. Police say the finished product sells for as much as $30 for three to five grams.