Medical marijuana caregiver pleads no contest to growing too much pot

ANACONDA, Mont. — A medical marijuana caregiver from Anaconda has pleaded no contest to felony criminal production of dangerous drugs.  The Montana Standard reports 28-year-old Branden Hagerman was charged last year after police searched his residence and found 50 marijuana plants. He was allowed 24 plants for his four patients, which included himself.

Hagerman entered the no contest plea as part of an agreement that calls for a two-year deferred sentence and a $1,000 fine. District Judge Ray Dayton has not scheduled a sentencing hearing.  Court records say last May, officers performed a civil standby for Hagerman’s partner to remove her belongings from a residence. She told detectives that Hagerman had medical marijuana plants. She was listed on the lease and gave officers permission to view the growing operation.

via : The Repubilc

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