July 21, 2005
by David Fuller
Cordele-- A Crisp County man is arrested and charged with growing marijuana. Eighteen pot plants were found near the home of 46-year-old Daniel Morris Golden on Canary Street.
Police were called to the address Tuesday in reference to an assault. Golden was not there, but investigators collected enough evidence to get a search warrant.
Inside, they found a room in which they suspect marijuana had been grown. A path into an wooded area, led officers to the 18 pot plants.
In addition to manufacturing marijuana, Golden is charged with battery. He is being held in the Crisp County Detention Center.
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