Police find 73 marijuana plants

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Grovetown Department of Public Safety found 73 marijuana plants in the yard and house at 4624 Country Glen Circle in Grovetown Wednesday.

Grovetown Department of Public Safety Chief Al Robinson with some of the 73 marijuana plants found in the yard and house at 4624 Country Glen Circle in Grovetown on Wednesday.  Valerie Rowell/Staff
Valerie Rowell/Staff
Grovetown Department of Public Safety Chief Al Robinson with some of the 73 marijuana plants found in the yard and house at 4624 Country Glen Circle in Grovetown on Wednesday.

While executing a search warrant, police also found equipment and supplies for growing marijuana, including lights, irrigation systems, soil and fertilizer, said Grovetown Department of Public Safety Investigator Scott Wheatley.

Police have not yet issued arrest warrants for the man living in the home and suspected of growing the marijuana.

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Asitisinaug
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Asitisinaug 06/29/11 - 06:06 pm
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Great Job by the Grovetown

Great Job by the Grovetown Department of Public Safety.

burninater
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burninater 06/29/11 - 06:20 pm
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Police confiscate inventory

Police confiscate inventory and means of production of small businessman, issuing warrant for his arrest. Later that night police celebrate a successful workday with intoxicants produced by big business equivalent of now-fugitive small businessman. Hypocrisy of sequence of events goes unnoticed by the majority of population.

nothin2show4it
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nothin2show4it 06/29/11 - 06:40 pm
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They say that warrants were
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They say that warrants were not given to the man living in the home. Was he there? Or is he in the hospital with glaucoma?

broad street narrow mind
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broad street narrow mind 06/29/11 - 07:26 pm
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i'd rather see it grown
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i'd rather see it grown locally than grown damagingly in national parks or dangerously crossing borders. this is a news story about someone getting caught breaking a law that most people don't think is a good law. like burninator alludes to, major producers of alcohol no longer shock anyone now that it's legal. the brweries give family tours with samples for mom and dad. if we put cops in even a modestly-priced time machine, they wouldn't be sure who to arrest and who to buy from. compare that to a time-machine cop at the scene of a hit and run or murder or purse snatching.

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 06/29/11 - 07:56 pm
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Thank you. I didn't think

Thank you. I didn't think there was a 4624 on Stone View Drive. Saw the 4624 on the Channel 12 video.

supercub88
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supercub88 06/29/11 - 08:09 pm
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Big Deal. This is what causes

Big Deal. This is what causes the price to be so high and promotes the violence in Mexico. Failed " War on Drugs ". This whole scenario is a repeat of prohibition.

But we have a history of not learning from history. ie, Oil embargo in the 70's. Still in the same boat. Progress...NONE !!

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