Suspect’s request that police close door to his home ends with cops finding surprise grow-op

Growth op

Deputies with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) in Wyoming discovered a little something extra when they visited the home of a suspected impaired driver. Based on the information received from an earlier report of the incident, deputies located the parked pick-up truck in the Eagle Ridge trailer court and visited the 41-year-old man’s nearby home on Mar. 25, according to County 17 . While speaking with the police, it is alleged that the suspect admitted that he had been driving home from Colorado and had consumed both alcohol and cannabis while on the road trip, CCSO Sergeant Mike Hieb reported on Mar. 26. Reddit gets downright trashy over mom naming her child ‘Indikah’ Yes, social media is wrong again and, no, NASA did not find THC on a meteorite fragment All in a day: Man busted twice within 24 hours for allegedly selling weed After failing standardized field sobriety tests, the man was then arrested. But when the suspect asked that the deputies close the door to his home, they noticed something not quite legal inside. Taking a quick look from the door, the police observed marijuana paraphernalia in plain view. Securing the man’s consent to search the premises, the deputies found all the making of a micro weed grow, County 17 reports. Specifically, there were three marijuana plants growing under a specialized light, 16 grams of cannabis flower, nine grams of shatter and three grams of THC wax. The man has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, cultivation of marijuana and driving under the influence. The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws reports that possessing three ounces (85 grams) or less of cannabis is a misdemeanour charge punishable by 12 months incarceration and/or a US$1,000 ($1,260) fine. Having more than 0.3 grams of liquid…

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