Pest control worker at wrong address calls police after seeing small weed grow

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A pest control worker sent to deal with some unidentified creepy-crawlies at a home in Georgia last week was likely plenty surprised after mistakenly going to the wrong address and seeing a small cannabis grow-op in the front-yard greenhouse. Upon arriving at the wrong address in Senoia, the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) reports the worker noticed some marijuana plants growing in a greenhouse and a strong cannabis odour on the property, according to the Newnan Times-Herald . Quoting Colonel James Yarbrough of the CCSO, the publication reports the worker contacted the homeowner, but realizing he was at the wrong address, left and then called the CCSO. Man arrested after police show up at the wrong address and discover an illegal cannabis grow Reported robbery kicks off police probe that leads to massive cannabis find A woman scornedSuspected infidelity prompts wife to plant cannabis in husband’s rickshaw Arriving shortly thereafter, deputies detected the cannabis odour and entered the home through an open door, Yarbrough reports. They found the homeowner sitting in the living room and confirmed the weed odour, the Newnan Times-Herald notes. A search warrant was then obtained, revealing about nine marijuana plants in the greenhouse worth an estimated US$11,700 ($14,157), an unspecified amount of THC vape oil and five firearms. The plants, guns and two vehicles were reportedly seized. Chunlei Wang, 31, and Kaiying Wang, 29, have been charged with marijuana possession with intent to distribute and narcotics possession. In Georgia, where recreational weed is illegal, cultivating 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms) or less of marijuana is a felony punishable by one to 10 years in prison and a US$5,000 ($6,050) fine, reports the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws . The next cultivation category is for 10 to 2,000 pounds (4.5 to 907 kg), which can…

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