Wild Pot Found in Indiana National Park
Park officials, police plan search-and-destroy mission
By Michael Foreman, Newser User
Posted Aug 22, 2008 4:14 PM CDT
Officials don't know how many plants are spread throughout the 1,500-acre Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore or adjacent properties.   (©karla kaulfuss)

(Newser) – The National Park Service has found wild marijuana growing in a northern Indiana federal park, the Chicago Tribune reports. Officials don't know how many plants are spread throughout the 15,000-acre Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, on Lake Michigan about 30 miles southeast of Chicago, but said they will work with local police to eradicate the illegal crops.



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