DEXTER, Ore. — Editors Note: This video is from Oct. 17, 2019

State and federal officials discovered and dismantled an illegal marijuana processing operation in rural Lane County.

The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Oregon State Police searched a makeshift outdoor operation last week near Dexter, where they found about 216 pounds of marijuana extracts, two oil extraction machines and 10 guns.

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They also found items related to manufacturing and selling counterfeit vape cartridges, according to the agency that regulates marijuana, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

The agency says the facility was not licensed to process cannabis.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's Eugene office helped state police in the bust, along with the Lane County Sheriff's Office. Allegations against two people are now in the hands of the county prosecutor's office.

The bust comes after a vaping-related lung illness epidemic has struck nearly 1,900 people in the country, 14 of them in Oregon. Two of the state's victims died.

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