Police find 33 pot plants, bust two teens in Coquille grow
COQUILLE, Ore. -- Two teens are behind bars after police say they found 33 marijuana plants in their Coquille home on Tuesday.
At around 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, police served a search warrant at 434 w 5th Street.
After a lengthy investigation by the Coquille Police Department, investigators said that there was a possible illegal marijuana grow-op and distribution at the house.
Upon entry, police found multiple mature marijuana plants and two residents.
Officers arrested Jessica Krane and Kyle Hollett, both 19 of Coquille, and booked them at the Coos County Jail for delivery, manufacture and possession of a controlled substance, Marijuana.
Officers seized over 27 mature marijuana plants while serving out the search warrant.