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Agents with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics seized 18,000 plants in a Braman drug bust. They had help from the Oklahoma National Guard. Locals said it all happened at an old school building.”I was coming home from work, and I drive through town to get to my house, and I knew what was going on,” said a Braman resident, who wished to remain anonymous.She sent us photos of the building, formerly a school in town, that was raided by the OBN and the Army National Guard Counter Drug Office. They were after illegal marijuana. “I knew it had been raided, I didn’t know to what extent. I didn’t know the National Guard was going to be there,” the resident said.The bureau said they got a search warrant and seized around 18,000 plants, which they said were all set to be sold illegally.”It’s usually just the sheriffs or the cops. It never seems to be as big as something that I saw,” the resident said.Witnesses in town said it all happened at an old school building in Braman and were not surprised that marijuana was growing there.”It sat empty and not used for quite a while and then they sold it, and all the big walls came up, and the electric fence and all that,” the resident said. OBN has not given any suspect information or said how many arrests have been made.

Agents with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics seized 18,000 plants in a Braman drug bust.

They had help from the Oklahoma National Guard. Locals said it all happened at an old school building.

“I was coming home from work, and I drive through town to get to my house, and I knew what was going on,” said a Braman resident, who wished to remain anonymous.

She sent us photos of the building, formerly a school in town, that was raided by the OBN and the Army National Guard Counter Drug Office. They were after illegal marijuana.

“I knew it had been raided, I didn’t know to what extent. I didn’t know the National Guard was going to be there,” the resident said.

The bureau said they got a search warrant and seized around 18,000 plants, which they said were all set to be sold illegally.

“It’s usually just the sheriffs or the cops. It never seems to be as big as something that I saw,” the resident said.

Witnesses in town said it all happened at an old school building in Braman and were not surprised that marijuana was growing there.

“It sat empty and not used for quite a while and then they sold it, and all the big walls came up, and the electric fence and all that,” the resident said.

OBN has not given any suspect information or said how many arrests have been made.

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