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$1.1 million in pot seized during raids in Larimer County

LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) ” Raids of four houses authorities say were used to grow marijuana netted 2,000 plants and more than 200 pounds of the drug with a “conservative” street value of $1.1 million, Larimer County sheriff’s officials said Monday.

Michael Cregg Porter, 38, and Adam Torrey Schweibish, 39, were in custody facing several charges including cultivation, possession and possession with intent to distribute.

Investigators also found 28 guns. The raids on Friday were conducted at a Fort Collins home, two Loveland homes, and a home in the county, officials said.

It was unclear whether the two suspects had retained attorneys and no phone listings were found for either man.

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