Foxborough Police Seize Marijuana Plants from Local Man’s Home
The man was summonsed to Wrentham District Court on charges related to cultivation and possession of marijuana, according to Foxborough Police Chief Edward O'Leary.
A Foxborough man has been summonsed to Wrentham District Court after police discovered “a substantial cultivation” of marijuana plants at the 48 Mirimichi Rd. residence Monday morning, according to Foxborough Police Chief Edward O’Leary.
“[Foxborough Police] Detectives were notified about some suspicious activity,” O’Leary said. “We worked with some officers from other communities and discovered evidence that led us to believe that there was confirmation of drug cultivation.”
Two officers approached the 48 Mirimichi Rd. home Monday morning and spoke to the owner, who gave police consent to enter the residence, according to O’Leary.
“[When officers entered] they discovered a fairly substantial cultivation of marijuana,” O’Leary said. “All those items were seized and marked for evidence.”
The Foxborough man at 48 Mirimichi Rd. has been summonsed to Wrentham District Court and faces various charges related to the cultivation and possession of marijuana, according to O’Leary.
The man’s identity won’t be made public until after he appears in Wrentham District Court, O’Leary said