Police officers from four agencies forced their way into a Pleasant Grove home Friday night that deputies termed "more of a drug farm than a residence."
Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. James Tracy said officers confiscated about 300 marijuana plants in various stages of development, 20 pounds of dried marijuana in bags and a quantity of hash oil, a concentrated derivative of marijuana - all of it worth, on the street, $20,000 to $30,000.One man, 49, was arrested without incident, and a second man is being sought.
Officials described the three-bedroom home, 101 E. Seventh South, as a hydroponics farm, with track lighting to stimulate the growth of plants. They said the kitchen was a hash oil factory.