TUKWILA, Wash. - More than 120 marijuana plants, assets and cash were seized after law enforcement officials served a warrant on a home in Tukwila’s McMicken Heights neighborhood Thursday.
Detectives with the Tukwila Anti-Crime Unit (TAC) served the warrant, with assistance from SWAT and patrol officers, after an lengthy investigation into the residence.
Officials said no one was present inside the residence at the time the warrant was served.
“The residence has been a chronic nuisance to neighbors over the past several years generating concern and complaints regarding the criminal activity occurring in and around the residence," Tukwila police said.
"Prior to today’s operation, the residence in question had previously also housed an illegal marijuana grow operation and a similar warrant had been served at the location several years prior.”
No suspect information has been given at this time.
KIRO 7 will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
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