Sheriff's deputies report a middle aged man from Georgia was arrested after police discover more then 100 marijuana plants being grown at his grandmothers house.
According to The Telegraph of Macon, Bibb County sheriff's investigators were following a local drug trafficking case that led police to the home of an 80-year-old women. Deputies then seized over 100 ready to harvest marijuana plants containing more then $210,000 worth of cannabis.
34-year-old Scott E. Seymour Jr (grandson of the 80-year-old women) was tied to the crime through an ongoing investigation. Seymour was arrested on charges of marijuana trafficking, other drug-related counts and with endangering an elderly person, as reported by Bibb County Sheriff David Davis.
Upon searching Seymour's home, deputies found and seized a book titled "Indoor Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor Bible", a shotgun and bags of hydroponic fertilizer.
No charges have been brought up against his 80-year-old grandmother.
If you decide that you want to grow marijuana illegally, don't involve grandma, that's where kid friendly cookies are made.