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Growing Operation Seized In Calhoun County

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Calhoun County  Sheriff (MI – USA)

ECKFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich- A 53-year-old man is in the Calhoun County jail and awaiting arraignment after being charged with running an illegal marijuana growing operation.

According to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department, deputies were sent to a home in the 23000 block of D Drive in Eckford Township where a deputy noticed marijuana plants growing near the house and noticed other marijuana plant material within the residence.

After a search warrant was obtained a marijuana growing operation was discovered with additional pounds of marijuana. Other controlled substances were seized inside the home as well.

The 53-year-old Homer, MI man, is charged with, Manufacturing Marijuana, Possession With Intent to Deliver Marijuana and Possession of Cocaine.

This case remains under investigation by the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department.

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  • ivan

    So what crime was actually committed here? Did he harm another person or destroy someone’s property? Oh wait he was just in possession of a drug that wasn’t alcohol nicotine or pharmacuetical. What an evil criminal this guy is!

  • ivan

    Another question, when did growing a natural plant become manufacturing? If you refine it like coke or meth I understand but this is a naturally growing substance, no manufacturing needed.

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