St. Lucie County Sheriff Mascara announces two arrests in marijuana grow house case
St. Lucie County deputies have shut down a marijuana “grow house” at a south-Port St. Lucie home that could generate more than $250,000 a year in revenue, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara said today.
“Deputies raided the grow house Tuesday and arrested two people who were growing marijuana there,” Sheriff Mascara said. “The Sheriff's Office will continue to investigate grow house operations and close them down anywhere in St. Lucie County.”
The grow house was used only to cultivate marijuana, Sheriff Mascara said. No one lived there. But Jacqueline Perez, owned the home.
Here is a web link to a locator map of the grow house:
Deputies seized 66 marijuana plants at the grow house
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