NLR bust nets 615 pounds of ‘pot’

Posted: June 22, 2010 at 4:55 a.m.

North Little Police Department property officer Brian Mitchell packs away bags of marijuana Monday afternoon after a news conference to show off the drugs, weapons and cash seized in an interagency drug bust Sunday.

North Little Rock police made one of the largest marijuana busts in the department’s 106-year history Sunday, seizing more than 600 pounds of the drug, a small cache of guns and $23,000 while serving a search warrant at the warehouse of a Pulaski County construction firm.

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