Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Grow operation busted
A child is in the custody of Department of Children Services and 50-thousand dollars of marijuana has been confiscated after Washington County, Tennessee authorities discovered a marijuana grow operation in Gray. An anonymous tip led the sheriff’s department to do a week long investigation on a possum hollow road location. They discovered that 37-year-old Richard William Baldwin and 28-year-old April Richardson after a search of the house revealed fifty plants that were being grown indoors. Both are charged with numerous charges relating to the possession and attempt to manufacture the drug. They are held in the county detention center, each with a 22-thousand dollar bond. (CC)

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