Laurens County Deputy Devin Hodges reportedly received information Saturday night about three marijuana plants being grown on property on Erwin Mill Road in Western Laurens County. He and State Constable Cox arrived at 3118 Erwin Mill Road in the Princeton area at 11:49 Saturday night. The resident reportedly gave consent to search and Deputy Hodges entered the residence. Meanwhile, Constable Cox reported observing a marijuana plant growing in a tomato garden, within sight of the building. Further search reportedly revealed another plant in the ground near another building on the property. A third plant was allegedly discovered on the opposite side of the property growing next to a riding lawn mower that had a picture of marijuana leaves stenciled onto the mower. Another small piece of a marijuana plant was reportedly found in a bathroom. 33-year-old David Dillon Summer of 3118 Erwin Mill Road, Princeton was charged with Manufacture of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute. In a warrant, Deputy Jimmy Johnson states that on Saturday Mr. Summer did manufacture marijuana in Laurens County. David Summer was released later Sunday on a $15,000 personal recognizance bond.
Marijuana & Tomatoes?
Monday, July 15, 2013 By