Man arrested after growing $210,000 in pot at grandmother’s houseBy Mason White 6:21 PM February 3, 2013
By: John Roberts
A man was arrested and charged with felony drug charges after he was caught growing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of drugs at his grandmother’s apartment, according to police reports in Georgia.
Sheriff’s deputies say a central Georgia man was growing $210,000 in marijuana at his grandmother’s house.
The local newspaper reported that Bibb County Sheriff investigators said in a press conference on Friday that they found over 100 plants of pot at the house of an 80-year-old woman.
Her grandson, 34-year-old Scott E. Seymour Jr. has been arrested on charges of trafficking in marijuana and other drug-related charges.
Bibb County Sheriff David Davis said that Seymour is also accused of endangering an elderly person.
Deputies seized hydroponic fertilizer bags at the home, a shotgun and a book entitled “Indoor Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor Bible”.