Another illegal marijuana growing operation is shutdown by Ingham County Sheriff's Deputies.
Officers from the Tri-County Metro Narcotics Squad were called into help with this bust in the 46-hundred block of Krental Avenue, in Delhi Township.
Seven marijuana plants,, and three large trash bags containing chopped up pot plants,, were confiscated.
The investigation of this case is on-going.
The Ingham County Sheriff's Office has recieved a large number of larceny from vehicle reports this week in Delhi Township, in eight of them thieves smashed windows to get in.
That list begins in the 41-hundred block of Watson Avenue where an XM radio was stolen from a car that had it's passenger side front window broken.
In the 44-hundred block of Cricket Ridge a GPS unit was taken.
Two vehicles were broken into in the 38-hundred block of Lone Pine Drive, a GPS unit, a satellite radio, and an i-Pod were stolen.
A thief cashed in big by breaking out a window of a truck parked in the 24-hundred block of Aurelius Road,,,,, eight hundred dollars in cash,, and a GPS unit were stolen.
Two more vehicles were broken into in the 23-hundred block of Anchor Court, two GPS units were taken.
The eighth vehicle to have a window smashed was parked in the 22-hundred block of Lockewood Court, in that one,, a radar detector was stolen.
Ingham deputies are also investigating a breaking and entering at a gravel pit in the 31-hundred block of Swan Road in White Oak Township.
The suspects cut the lock on the gate, and proceeded to cut all of the copper cable wires to the construction machines in the gravel pit, and then stole several items from two work sheds, and damaged the main electrical line to the work site's generator.