Marijuana Crop Strong Despite Dry Weather 

Police in western Maine say there could be a bumper crop of marijuana this season, despite the dry weather.Oxford County Marijuana Eradication Coordinator, Chancey Libby, says police are finding that plants cultivated outdoors are doing much better than in the past two years.Libby says that because of the lack of rain this summer, people who cultivate marijuana have to work harder to grow it, which increases the risk of getting caught.As of Wednesday, state and local law enforcement officers in Oxford County had seized more than 1,000 marijuana plants, four pounds of processes marijuana and three guns.