Nov 23, 2015 4:49 PM

Rochester man found with more than 130 pot plants in home asks evidence be thrown out

DOVER - A man charged after police found 132 marijuana plants inside his home is now calling for the evidence to be thrown out.

David Brock was arrested in May after probation officers, who were checking on a client living at his house, discovered more than 130 pot plants.

READ: Rochester man indicted for 91-plant marijuana growing operation

Police secured the home and applied for a search warrant, which was granted.

According to the Union Leader, Brock is now claiming law enforcement officers violated his constitutional rights when they seized the plants.

Brock said officers came to check on Steven Langlois, who was living with Brock, but was not there.

Officers ask to look around and found a gallon-sized bag of marijuana.

Brock is asking the 132 pot plants are not used against him.

Brock was indicted in May and could face 10 to 20 years in prison, as well as $300,000 fine if convicted.

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