The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that A law enforcement raid on a New Mexico school greenhouse last month involving a helicopter and law enforcement officials wearing bulletproof vests resulted in the tour of their tomato cultivation project, not the marijuana bust they had apparently anticipated. Good to know we are keeping kids safe. EXCERPT: "Police last month raided an Española-area school looking for marijuana growing in a greenhouse, but all they found there were tomatoes. Patricia Pantano, education director of the Camino de Paz Montessori School and Farm in Cuarteles, between Española and Chimayó on N.M. 76, said the raid occurred Sept. 21 during the lunch hour."
Read the entire article here: Pot raid at school turns up tomatoesOriginal article by Tom Sharpe | The New Mexican Posted: Monday, October 04, 2010