Illegal Sonoma County Marijuana Grow Causes $102,000 in Damages

sonoma county marijuana grow, marijuana, cannabisIllegal Sonoma County marijuana grow causes $102,000 in damages to a rented home in Graton. According to this Petaluma Patch article, the  property owner was not aware that renters used the home for an illegal marijuana grow.  Damage was found in the home’s subfloors and bathrooms. Black mold grew on walls and large electrical panels had been installed in the bedroom to accommodate the increased power use. The renter was convicted on felony charges and ordered to pay $102,000 in restitution.


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