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Police google farmers, find marijuana field

Hey all you hemp lovers, big brother is watching.

Marijuana farms now have a new enemy: Google Ear070913-google-police_184x138th.

Swiss police said Thursday detectives spotted two acres of marijuana plants after they Googled the address of two suspects.

Humbold police said  their detectives Google regularly. It figures, their county is one of the largest marijuana-growing regions in the United States.

The Racine County Sheriff’s Department's largest finding was also courtesy of Google Earth after deputies arrested a man carrying a GPS unit around his neck with a series of coordinates.

Jackpot: Every single location was a marijuana field.

You want to know where these counties are? Google Earth knows. I think it knows everything.


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