Only Fox59 cameras were rolling as officers with several different local and state agencies issued search warrants in Rush County. They found a large amount of marijuana on a large farm that they claim was then being sold out of a nearby home.
The Indiana State Excise Police led the investigation, and simultaneous bust Wednesday afternoon.
Officers also found plants growing outdoors on the farm. They had to search 40 acres and 10 buildings.
"This is the type of thing that is always a concern in our community. It comes and goes, and we're pretty dedicated to wiping it out the best we can," said Craig Tucker, Chief of the Rushville Police Department.
Tucker also said, while they do their best to tackle the drug problem, they need help from outside agencies for larger busts. Still, all of his department participated Wednesday.
"It wasn't hard to find guys who were not working today who wanted to help out," he said.
Twenty-two weapons were seized and two people, including the owner of the farm, Marvin Miller, 48, were arrested.
The two-month investigation began thanks to an anonymous tip.