From the Rapid City Journal:
LEOLA -- Law-enforcement agents conducting a search warrant at a Leola home found 500 marijuana plants, drug paraphernalia and firearms.
KSFY-TV reports that a 53-year-old man is in custody and expected to be charged with numerous felonies following the Thursday raid.
McPherson County Sheriff Dave Ackerman says the bust was a solid example of cooperative police work. [Some poor schmuck got scared into rolling on his friend/supplier.]
Leola Police Chief John Grabowska agrees. He says the drug bust should have a "significant impact" on the area's illegal drug activity. [Oh, Jesus. Pulleeeze.]
The search involved McPherson County Sheriff's Office, the Leola Police Department and the Brown County Sheriff's Division of Criminal Investigation. [Thus getting every possible law enforcement agency in on the federal sugar for their great work.]
Every toady involved in this chickenshit deal is culpable for a lot of things, none of them positive: the AP, the RCJournal, and all those cops. "Significant impact." That's rich.