Glen man, 57, sentenced to year in jail for growing marijuana
Last August, a detective with the New Hampshire Drug Task Force was flying over Jackson and observed marijuana plants growing in an open field off of Route 16. The next day, the detective visited the site and observed about nine nine-foot marijuana plants. Later, the New Hampshire Drug Task Force set motion-activated game cameras in the area near the field.
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