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WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A large marijuana grow was discovered and destroyed Thursday in Washington County near Oak Grove.
Deputies say they were watching the area for several days, which resulted in the arrest of 10 suspects.
More than 700 plants were removed from the remote area.
The Washington County Drug Task Force headed up the multi-agency bust, which also included the DEA, U.S. Forest Service and Las Vegas Metro Police.