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PROVIDENCE

Police seek to arrest marijuana grower

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Providence police are seeking a person they believe is responsible for growing marijuana in a garage that was broken into Saturday night. Major Thomas Oates III said Monday that while investigating the break-in, officers found marijuana plants in the garage. He said police returned Sunday with a search warrant to find more than 180 marijuana plants, $4,000 in cash, ammunition, and lighting, ventilation, and water equipment used to grow marijuana. Oates said Jorden Rose, 20, and Michael Marble, 35, were arrested at the scene and charged with breaking and entering.

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