Police in western Pennsylvania found truckloads of marijuana growing in an unlikely location.
Officers raided a home in Beaver County on Friday, finding a huge crop of plants inside what used to be a swimming pool.
Then, it all went up in smoke.
Police took the $100,000 worth of plants and burned them.
“It’s the first time for us. Usually in a rural area they put it in amongst the cornfields,” said Chief Rudy Harkins.
Marijuana found growing in swimming pool after police raid on Pennsylvania home