Routine Traffic Stop Leads Police To Nearly 200 Marijuana Plants - Fox 2 News Headlines

Routine Traffic Stop Leads Police To Nearly 200 Marijuana Plants

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A large bag of marijuana is shown to reporters during a Thursday news conference. Police say the marijuana was found in a home earlier this week. A large bag of marijuana is shown to reporters during a Thursday news conference. Police say the marijuana was found in a home earlier this week.
PHILADELPHIA -

Investigators with the Philadelphia and Montgomery County narcotics units say they discovered more than $1 million worth of marijuana at the home of a 31-year-old man.

Investigators announced the discovery during a Thursday afternoon news conference.

According to police, Eugene Horsch was a passenger in a car that was pulled over on Tuesday. Police say they found more than a pound of marijuana, including recently potted plants in the car.

After a search of his home, investigators say they found 190 plants and two pounds of pre-packaged marijuana.

According to police, Horsch was allegedly distributing the drugs in both Philadelphia and Montgomery counties.

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