Clinton County sheriff's deputies say they they seized marijuana from a home in Eagle. The marijuana was being grown inside the house at 12000 S. Grand Road.
Investigators found 291 potted marijuana plants, 108 ounces of processed bagged and labeled marijuana bud and 9 pounds of additional processed marijuana, all with an estimated street value of up to $750,000.
More than $10,000 in cash was taken along with drug records, computers, drug paraphernalia and a large quantity of equipment including grow lamps, ballasts and timers.
Two suspects, 55-year-old Kenneth Bits and his wife, 48-year-old Debbie Ruth Hamlin-Bits, were arrested and charged with manufacture of marijuana.
This is the second big marijuana bust in Clinton County in the past two weeks.