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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Monday Was A Good Day To Harvest Marijuana

New York State Police had a busy day Monday. They harvested hundreds of marijuana plants from the woods & fields in Allegany County.

A State Police helicopter spent most of the day guiding ground crews to marijuana patches in the Richburg (Town of Wirt) and Almond areas.
Scanner listeners were able to listen to the operation live from the helicopter's 2 way radio.

According to WIVB TV news, two men were arrested as a result.

State Police arrested 22-year-old David Burch of Almond after they found 164 marijuana plants on his land and inside his home. They also busted 35-year-old Kevin Kopinak of Wirt after they discovered 128 pot plants at his home. More...


Anonymous said...

How many thousands of dollars were spent on this operation? Can't NY State come up with a more productive way to invest tax payer dollars than to waste hundreds of precious man hours, all that fuel and police resources all for a plant that grows naturally across the entire north American continent?

What a waste of precious resources.

Anonymous said...

Good Job Police force, you are doing well on cracking down on the drug dealers and the drug users!

Anonymous said...

"We do know this, that more people die every year as a result of the war against drugs than die from what we call, generically, overdosing."
- William F. Buckley, Jr.

Anonymous said...

boy, i'll sleep better knowing those plants aren't in the woods.... waiting to kill our children.

*rolls eyes*

Anonymous said...

Good job NYS police, glad you are cracking down on these druggies!

Anonymous said...

I love it how the stoners out there get all upset about the "misuse" of public funds for getting rid of marijuana. Its like you can hear their little hearts breaking over the computer. Im glad they got rid of this stuff. It may grow naturally but these obviously werent cases of natural plants. And last I checked it was ILLEGAL to grow them. Thanks guys

Anonymous said...

Yup 9:36!! I agree!!! *tear*