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Walton County drug bust

WALTON COUNTY   --  Three million dollars worth of marijuana plants are being destroyed.

The Walton County sheriff's office spotted the plants while flying over Dr. Nelson Road and Raley Road, near Defuniak Springs.

Deputies pulled up more than 1500 plants in the heavily wooded area. ...

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