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Various drugs seized

December 15, 2005

Thomasville, Georgia-- The state crime lab is testing suspected LSD seized in a drug bust in Thomasville.

Hundreds of sheets of blotter paper and gel tabs were just part of what drug agents found Tuesday night. When agents raided 75 Spruce Lane they also found dozens of bottles of illegal pain medication.

Drug Squad Commander, Kevin Lee, says they also found more than six ounces of processed marijuana. "We also seized 12 marijuana plants from an indoor grow room, which was very well put together. It had the exhaust fans, all of his chemicals were there, his grow lights. It was covered in plastic," says Lee.

Eric Watkins and Chris Hopper were charged with manufacturing marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and unlawful possession of hydrocodone. They're also charged with possession of LSD pending the test results.

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