ROCK HILL, SC (WBTV) - The 11-acre landscaped lawns and walkways of Glencairn Garden, that draws hundreds to Rock Hill every year, had an unwelcome plant growing within it.
According to a Rock Hill Police report, officers were called to Glencairn Gardens on Tuesday at around 1:45 p.m. because of a possible marijuana plant growing.
A landscape worker told officers he noticed what appeared to be a marijuana plant growing out of a plastic planter pot.
The worker led officers down the path that runs through the north side of the park, under a bridge and near a creek.
Officers confirmed it was a marijuana plant and removed it. It is now at the Rock Hill Law Center, submitted into evidence for destruction.
Police say the case is closed.