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Adair Countian arrested for growing marijuana

In Kentucky, Marijuana is still illegal - CM
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News from the Adair County Sheriff's Office, Harrison Moss, High Sheriff

An Adair County woman has been arrested after authorities report thatthey found thirty (30) marijuana plants growing at her Highway South55 residence. Forty year old Jennifer Butler-Damaschke was arrestedon July 6, 2012 at 2:26pmCT at her residence located at 2027 Hwy 55South, Columbia Kentucky as a result of an investigation conductedby Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss and Deputy Sheriff AaronRainwater. Sheriff Moss reports that after a short investigation, asearch warrant for Damaschke's South 55 residence was obtained andexecuted. As a result thirty (30) marijuana plants were found growingon the property and other drug paraphernalia seized. Damaschke wasarrested for Cultivating in Marijuana five plants or greater-1stoffense, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of drugparaphernalia. Damaschke was lodged in the Adair County Jail.Columbia City Police and Kentucky State Police assisted in theinvestigation. ACSO

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Marijuana plants seized by Adair County lawmen

2012-07-07 - S. Highway 55, Columbia, KY - Photo ACSO photo. Some of the marijuana plants found growing on property on Highway 55 South, Columbia, KY by the Adair County Sheriff's Department.
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