Marijuana found growing in Savannah park

SAVANNAH -- Police on Friday removed a marijuana plant growing wild in Johnson Square.

After receiving a tip about a marijuana plant in a city square, officers went to investigate, said Gena Moore, police spokeswoman.

What they found was about a foot-tall plant. The marijuana was removed and logged into the property room to be destroyed.

Officers did a canvas of the area and did not discover any more marijuana.




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