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Arlington police say they had reason to believe Garden of Eden was growing marijuana.  Garden of Eden/Facebook
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No weed was found on the organic farm property. Garden of Eden/Facebook
Police raid Garden of Eden in Arlington
Police and the farm owners differ on several key issues about the raid, including how long law enforcement lingered. Garden of Eden/Facebook
Police raid Garden of Eden in Arlington
In addition to police officers, members of Code Compliance and the narcotics division set up camp in the Garden of Eden. Garden of Eden/Facebook
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A number of police vehicles were spotted on the property August 2 but no criminal charges have been filed. Garden of Eden/Facebook
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In addition to police officers, members of Code Compliance and the narcotics division set up camp in the Garden of Eden. Garden of Eden/Facebook
police, Garden of Eden in Arlington
In the course of searching the Garden of Eden, police officers damaged the property. Garden of Eden/Facebook
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Code Compliance says it hauled away more than 20,000 pounds of "nuisance materials" from the farm. Garden of Eden/Facebook