September 17, 2014
Authorities say officers responding to a call from on Oakland resident who was concerned about his neighbor's door being open has led to one of the biggest drug busts in the city's history.
Police say when officers looked inside the open door of a home in East Oakland they saw marijuana plants growing throughout the house.
When more officers and federal drug agents arrived they found and seized nearly 3,400 marijuana plants.
The street value of the seized plants is estimated to be more than three million dollars.
No arrests have been made, but authorities say they're looking for the owner of the home.
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