April 11, 2008
CUMMING, Ga. (AP) -- Police have arrested two suspects after uncovering a so-called marijuana "grow house" in Forsyth County.
Investigators announced Thursday that they have charged 44-year-old William D. Morrow the Third and 40-year-old Linda Bates Vaughan with manufacturing and trafficking marijuana and violating the Georgia Controlled Substances Act. Authorities say they found more than 1 million dollars worth of marijuana in the basement of the suburban Atlanta home earlier this week.
Lieutenant Colonel Gene Moss with the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office, says the basement also had an automatic watering system, humidity and heat controls and reflective material for directing light on the plants.
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