Police on Monday busted a marijuana "grow operation" found inside a Commerce City, Colorado home.
A 51 year old man, who was not named, was taken into custody and released pending a review of the case by the Adams County District Attorneys Office, according to a Commerce City Police Department media release.
At about 11:30 AM Commerce City officers and members of the North Metro Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a home in the 9600 block of East 113th Avenue, police said.
Neighbors had called police about "erratic activity and a foul smell" at the residence, according to dispatch records.
Investigators found about 250 marijuana plants in various stages of growth in the basement and garage of the home.
Commerce City municipal ordinances prohibit dispensaries and marijuana businesses in the city, according to police.
The Denver Post
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