ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A suspected marijuana grow house near Gatorland was raided Thursday, officials said.
Drug agents spend the day investigating the Arlington Park Lane home, confiscating 118 pot plants, each over 5 feet tall.
Neighbors said they weren’t happy to see the marijuana plants being carried out of the house.
"It's horrible. Oh my goodness," said neighbor Kelly Remak.
"This is the last place I would imagine," said neighbor Jeremy Vargas. "I feel like I'm in an episode of 'Breaking Bad' or something like that."
Channel 9 was there as agents also hauled out air-conditioners and large containers.
Several people were detained, but no charges have been filed yet.
Authorities said they continue to investigate.
118 pot plants taken from home near Gatorland in south Orange County
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