The sheriff said it is hard to believe a drug operation of this scale was taking place in his county considering his department aggressively looks for drugs.
“These things can be in any location, a fine subdivision or a rural location like this. So you can almost expect them to be anywhere. With the technology we have to fly and do heat sensor on buildings that we didn’t have years ago, they’re a little easier to detect, but they’ve insulated this one pretty good to knock the heat down,” said Wilson County Sheriff, Terry Ashe.
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