Complaint about dog leads to marijuana arrest in Tennessee
A complaint about an aggressive dog has led law enforcement to an indoor marijuana growing operation in Tennessee.
ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. (AP) - A complaint about an aggressive dog has led law enforcement to an indoor marijuana growing operation in Tennessee.
The Johnson City Press reports that a sheriff's deputy found the pot growing facility in an outbuilding of the Bulldog Hollow area of Carter County.
The deputy then contacted drug investigators who obtained a search warrant for the property.
Sheriff Dexter Lunceford says investigators found about 60 marijuana plants in the elaborate growing operation. They arrested property owner Sudhara Beaudry on a narcotics manufacturing charge.
Carter County online jail records had no information about Beaudry on Tuesday afternoon, including whether he has an attorney.
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