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CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (WDRB) -- Clarksville Police say they busted an elaborate marijuana growing operation. Police say they seized several pot plants from a home near the Green Tree Mall Tuesday morning after an anonymous tip. Dwayne Price is charged with possession of marijuana, cultivating marijuana, and maintaining a common nuisance.
Police showed up with a search warrant at Altra Drive and Lynch Lane shortly before 10 a.m. after receiving the tip. Officers subsequently removed dozens of pot plants from the back yard and garage.
"There's one male subject that lives there, along with his wife -- she's gone to work," said Maj. Darrell Rayborn of Clarksville Police. "We believe he's the one cultivating the marijuana."
Police say they found nearly 60 plants outside and in the garage, which had been sealed shut. Police says the plants in the backyard were hidden by a high fence and were growing by shrubs. Police say Price was drying some of the marijuana on top of a blue tarp in the backyard and inside his home.
Police described the growing operation as "elaborate," and say the plants have an estimated street value of $80,000 to $100,000.
A sign on a tree outside the home read: "NO TRESPASSING. VIOLATORS WILL BE SHOT. SURVIVORS WILL BE SHOT AGAIN."
A neighbor tells WDRB News, "I knew the guy maybe had some, not growing it, but using it. I never anticipated seeing that much stuff coming out of there." Residents say this is quiet, older neighborhood where not much happens.
Police say they hope to question Price's wife soon. But Price tells police he was the only one involved.