Henrietta man accused of growing marijuana in home

A Henrietta man accused of growing marijuana in his residence is facing multiple felony charges.

Bryan Ferraro, 24, was charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and one count of second-degree criminal possession of marijuana, both felonies, and three counts of second-degree criminal using drug paraphernalia and one count of unlawful growing of cannabis, both misdemeanors, said Rochester Police Lt. Joseph Morabito, who led the investigation for the Greater Rochester Area Narcotics Enforcement Team.

The team executed search warrants yesterday at 37 Golden Rod Lane in Henrietta and at a storage facility at 140 Western Drive in Brighton, Morabito announced today.

Officers seized 26 grams of cocaine, 217 marijuana plants in various stages of growth, 5 ½ pounds of marijuana packaged for sale, 3 ounces of mushrooms, almost $2,000 in cash from the house and an assault rifle from the storage unit, Morabito said.

Ferraro was arraigned last night in Henrietta Town Court and was released on $5,000 cash bail early today, according to court officials. His next court date was not available.

via : ROC Now

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  1. Mr.Hempy says:

    now that is one hell of a party

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