Marijuana found growing in Savannah park

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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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Taylor B
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Taylor B 07/09/11 - 07:45 am
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Why do you think they call it

Why do you think they call it "weed." Used to grow wild everywhere.

Brad Owens
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Brad Owens 07/09/11 - 08:20 am
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Glad they got that before

Glad they got that before someone smoked it and went mad. Reefer will make you mad, didn't you know that?

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 07/09/11 - 10:16 am
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Well, I warned my children

Well, I warned my children about jellyfish and sharks at Tybee near Savannah, but wacky weed? Good grief. LOL

Rise From The Shadows
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Rise From The Shadows 07/09/11 - 11:36 am
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Autumn. Everytime I go down

Autumn. Everytime I go down to Tybee I have at least one random, Jamaican looking dude come up to me and ask if I need any herb or anything. It's there. Don't kid yourself.

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AutumnLeaves 07/10/11 - 01:29 pm
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I'm not kidding myself, in my

I'm not kidding myself, in my observation it could just as well be (and was) the WASP around the corner, dealing the drugs or buying them. It could even be the high school valedictorian, no matter what race. It has been an equal opportunity business, all classes, all races, all cultures. I've overheard some diverse partners bragging about no one would suspect them to be working together dealing drugs because one was white and the other black. That's not exactly what I have in mind when I hear the phrase "change we can believe in".

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