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One..Hundred..Plants..& A Pot Bust In A Pearblossom Tree

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Photo Credit: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
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Another day, another police raid of an illegal grow operation. A 30-year-old man in Pearblossom was arrested Friday for allegedly growing about 100 illegal marijuana plants, say authorities, according to CBS Local. The suspect, Cody Downs, was booked at the Palmdale Sheriff Station, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

According to authorities, the building housing the plants had water filtration and ventilation systems, as well as, lights. Bail for Downs has been set at $100,000.