Bedroom Was Dedicated to Marijuana Growing: Cops

Police said it was a mid-level marijuana operation.

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    West Hartford Police
    Travis Adams is accused of running a marijuana grow house.

    Police searched a West Hartford home on Monday after receiving several anonymous tips and said they found an entire bedroom being used to grow marijuana.

    Police searched a home on Flatbush Avenue around 6 a.m. on Monday and said they found 46 marijuana plants in an upstairs bedroom. Some of them had grown to 5 feet tall.

    Police also found hydroponic tents with heat lamps, as well as a ventilation system, fertilizer, plant food, mason jars and plastic bags.

    They also found loose marijuana in the home, police said.

    A resident, Travis Adams, 28, was arrested and charged with sale of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, cultivation of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession with intent to sell near a school.

    West Hartford police said they dismantled a mid-level marijuana grow operation by making the arrest.
     

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