21-year-old Joseph Calhoun, 19-year-old Andrew Fields, and 20-year-old Alexander Pender were arrested around 2 p.m. at their home on Sunnymeade Drive after Valdosta Police found 17 marijuana plants, a small amount of marijuana possibly for personal use, equipment to grow and cultivate it, and several street signs belonging to the City of Valdosta.
They've all been charged with felonies including manufacturing marijuana, possession of tools, and interference with government property.
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