Man Accused Of Growing Marijuana

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Updated: 6/26/2012 2:12 pm
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a Burnside man on charges of growing marijuana.

On Monday, detectives with the Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Division conducted an investigation after receiving information that marijuana was growing near a residence at 1598 Lewis Bray Road in southern Pulaski County.

That investigation resulted in the discovery and confiscation of 18 marijuana plants growing at the rear of the garage at that residence. Inside the home, detectives recovered processed marijuana, scales, and marijuana seeds.

Steven B. Lightcap, 49, of 1598 Lewis Bray Road Burnside, Kentucky was arrested and charged with cultivating marijuana more than five plants.

Lightcap was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center.
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