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July 25, 2007

Lee County-  Four of the six people charged in a Lee County indoor marijuana growing operation are back on the streets. Two other suspects appeared in court Wednesday. 

Bond was denied for Frank Spring who's believed to have been living inside the home on Fowler Street. Bond was reduced to $10,000 Wednesday for Kasey Pearce. She helped maintain more than a hundred plants at the Fowler Street address. 

Real Estate agent Scott Renfro, insurance agent Ray Moody, Kimberly Etheridge, and Henry Rutledge are out of jail on bond.

The six are accused of setting up a two million indoor growing operation in two Lee County homes.

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