Raleigh police charge man had marijuana ‘grow house’ in back yard

From staff reportsJuly 29, 2013 

— Police charged that a man they arrested early Monday had between 10 and 50 pounds of marijuana growing in a work shed behind the house where he lives.

Renaldo Isaac, 28, of 1431 Infinity Lane was at a shopping center on Cross Link Road when police arrested him about 2 a.m. Monday, according to an arrest report.

An arrest warrant accused Isaac of manufacturing marijuana and trafficking in it and maintaining a dwelling to keep and sell drugs.

The warrant stated that he used a work shed behind the home as a “grow house” and had equipped it with lamps and air conditioning and a gauge to monitor temperature and humidity.

Isaac was being held in lieu of $60,000 bail pending a court appearance Monday afternoon.

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