May 27, 2015 2:36 PM
DOVER - A grand jury has indicted a man who was arrested after police officers found 132 marijuana plants inside his Rochester home.
David Brock, 53, of 25 Anita St., was reported to Rochester police on Jan. 12 by probation officers, who were checking on a client living at his house at the time of the discovery.
Police secured the home and applied for a search warrant, which was granted. When they went inside, they discovered a large-scale growing operation, finding the plants, lights and other equipment.
Prosecutors were able to get the grand jury to indict Brock for 91 of the plants this month, which they say he knowingly manufactured.
Brock faces 10 to 20 years in N.H. State Prison, as well as a $300,000 fine if convicted.
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