Constable discovers marijuana plants on porch of Uniontown residence
A constable serving a warrant in Uniontown discovered two potted marijuana plants growing on a porch, according to police.
Constable Phil Varndell found the plants on a porch on South Mt. Vernon Avenue at 1:44 p.m. Wednesday, a police report said. The plants were in plastic cups marked “Berry Bomb” and “Kandy Kush.”
A police officer seized the plants.
No charges have been filed, pending an investigation.
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