UPDATE: Marijuana Grow Operation Discovered at W. Nashville Mobile Home
Updated: Thursday, June 12 2014, 03:45 PM CDT
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Almost 60 marijuana plants are seized at a mobile home in west Nashville after a month long investigation into the cultivation and distribution of pot.
The marijuana grow operation with 58 marijuana plants was discovered by police at 7669 Sullivan Hollow Road Tuesday, according to the affidavit. An additional 2 lbs. of pot is discovered in the home, as well as equipment for growing and cultivating the plants.
Police arrested 28-year-old David Hall, of Nashville, who drove up during their investigation with the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. They report finding three mason jars of marijuana in his truck and what appeared to materials to maintain a marijuana grow.
Also arrested is 52-year-old William Leader of Fairview. Police found a quantity of marijuana in his trunk during a traffic stop.
Hall is in Davidson County Jail on $27,500 bond. Leader is jailed on $55,000 bond.
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