JEANNETTE, Pa. — Police seized more than four dozen marijuana plants during a raid at a Westmoreland County home.
When a drug task force executed the warrant at a home on Bennett Drive in Jeannette on May 18, they found Aaron Hopkins II in the living room of the home, according to a criminal complaint.
The complaint states that investigators uncovered two marijuana grow rooms in the home. In those rooms, they found 57 marijuana plants, a digital scale, grinders, pipes, bongs and a DVD about marijuana.
Police said they also found calendars with care instructions for the marijuana plants, according to the criminal complaint.
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