‘Large’ marijuana grow operation in home discovered by Michigan State Police

NASHVILLE — A report of “suspicious activity” drew Michigan State Police troopers to a family’s home on M-66 on Christmas Day, where police say they found 48 marijuana plants along with scales at the Barry County residence. One person, already on probation from a drug conviction, was arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to sell it, according to a news release.

When troopers arrived at this home south of Nashville, they “immediately smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the residence,” according to the release. When questioned about the odor, police say the homeowner admitted to growing the plant.

Troopers obtained written consent to search and subsequently found a “large grow operation” in the basement of the residence, the news release said. Police said that further investigation revealed that “the family was in possession of 48 plants.”
Authorities say they are seeking additional charges against the homeowner for maintaining drug house.

via : mlive.com/news/kalamazoo

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