Sheriff’s Office Finds Indoor Grow House In Child’s Bedroom North Of Crestview

February 1, 2017

An Auburn community resident faces multiple charges after Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies responding to a 9-1-1 call found an indoor marijuana grow in a child’s bedroom and inside a backyard shed.

Deputies responded to 6132 Tansey Lane the evening of January 30th after getting a 9-1-1 call from the area. A male voice could be heard saying “you want to pull a gun on me?”, but then the caller hung up and did not respond when dispatchers tried to call back.

When deputies arrived at the home they found two men, a woman, and a child inside. During a security sweep they discovered marijuana plants growing in the child’s bedroom closet. After obtaining a search warrant they also located an additional marijuana grow in an outdoor shed.

The female says she and Cline got into a fight over him smoking marijuana and she called her brother to come get her. She says once her brother showed up Cline picked up a pistol and put it in his pocket. Deputies say he displayed the gun during the argument. The victim signed a drop charges form.

Cline’s charges include child neglect, production of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and smuggling contraband into a detention facility.

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