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Pot plant found in south Grand Forks

Police recovered a lone marijuana plant this morning along the Red River in south Grand Forks. "It's really just one plant, not like a major grow or anything," Sgt. Dwight Love said. Officers responded around 8 a.m. after receiving a call that so...

Police recovered a lone marijuana plant this morning along the Red River in south Grand Forks.

"It's really just one plant, not like a major grow or anything," Sgt. Dwight Love said.

Officers responded around 8 a.m. after receiving a call that someone had found the plant in a pot by the river near the lift station on the east end of Desiree Drive. Love did not provide any other details.

Police are investigating, but Love wasn't optimistic about solving the case.

"We really don't have much," he said.

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