Serving civil papers in Richfield, de...

Serving civil papers in Richfield, deputies find marijuana-growing operation

There are 4 comments on the Salisbury Post story from Oct 14, 2008, titled Serving civil papers in Richfield, deputies find marijuana-growing operation. In it, Salisbury Post reports that:

While attempting to serve civil papers on a 52-year-old Richfield man Saturday, Rowan County sheriff's deputies say they discovered a marijuana-growing operation behind his residence.

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Jon Lowder

Charlotte, NC

#1 Jan 1, 2009
I would like to commend the Rowan County Sheriff's Deputies who discovered a marijuana growing operation on a 52 year old Richfield man.

Jon Lowder, Cpl.
Union County Sheriff's Office
Monroe, North Carolina
djazz

West Warwick, RI

#2 Jun 28, 2009
Legalize it and tax it. And if people do it in public or are driving under the influence fine them 500 bucks. Both ways the state gets money out of it.
AGREE

Charlotte, NC

#3 Jul 14, 2009
DJAZZ,

I AGREE WITH YOU LEGAL THE CRAP.
PEOPLE CAN GO BUY A 5TH OF LIQUOR WHY NOT MARIJUANA. WHAT'S THE DANG DIFFERENCE? LET THE STATE GET THE REVENUE RATHER THAN THESE THUGS ON THE STREETS THAT MAKE THE LAWYERS RICH.

Phil "the Man" Stanzawski
Richfield, North Carolina
YEAH

Charlotte, NC

#4 Jul 14, 2009
PROHIBITION DIDN'T WORK/ LEGALIZE THE CRAP.
LET THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA GET THE REVENUE NOT THE DRUG DEALERS.
PUT THE DRUG DEALERS OUT OF BUSINESS; PUNISH THE ONES THAT ABUSE IT....

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