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Marijuana Bust at Little Rock Storage Facility

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Pulaski county authorities uncover between 150 and 200 Marijuana plants at the U-Store It self storage facility off of Interstate 30 in Little Rock.  According to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department the plants were found in the living facility that is attached to the company's office.  Along with the marijuana $2,000 in cash was seized.  The marijuana itself has a street value of more than $200,000.

The warrant was issued after the Conway Police department received a tip and notified the Sheriff's Department.  The manager of the facility, 33 year old Brian Mahan, was arrested along with three others.  He is being charged with one count of manufacturing marijuana, one count of maintaining a drug premise, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia,  one count of possession of marijuana purpose to deliver and one count of possession of mushrooms with purpose to deliver.

Also arrested were Jacob Mahan, Joseph Holland, and Beth Rettig.

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