Deputies raid indoor pot growing operation
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A pot bust in northeast Waller County ended in the arrest of two individuals and seizure of a large indoor marijuana growing operation.Waller County deputies executed a search warrant that was the result of a six week narcotics investigation. Authorities say the indoor growing operation contained 362 marijuana plants in various stages of cultivation. The estimated valued of the plants is $1,650,000. Also seized were three vehicles, equipment used in the production of indoor cultivation and approximately $4,500 in cash.
Christopher Williams and David Washington, both from the Houston area, were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana -- a second degree felony.
Sheriff R. Glenn Smith reminds neighbors to always report any suspicious activity around their homes.
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