State troopers, sheriff's deputies and officers from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation made a large marijuana raid in Gallia County, Ohio.
The raid, part of the annual marijuana eradication efforts by the department, netted about $38,000 worth of pot.
According to officers, most of the marijuana in Ohio is grown in the rural southern part of the state. So far, no arrests Monday but investigators say they expect to make some soon.
They tell us the patches of marijuana are smaller this year than in previous years.