Police in suburban Philadelphia have arrested an ophthalmologist and his daughter for growing and selling marijuana out of their home.
The Philadelphia Daily News reports that Haverford Township police raided the Havertown, Pa. home of Dr. Paul Ezell, 58, yesterday, discovering over 20 marijuana plants and $1,200 in cash. The Daily News adds that police estimate the value of the crop to be between $30,000 and $40,000.
Police reportedly received an anonymous tip on their website about Ezell's operation. "Through a third-party source it has come to my attention that Dr. Ezell is growing marijuana at his residence and selling it to his patients and other individuals," the message read.
Ezell and his 23-year-old daughter, Victoria, were charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.
Also worth noting: This is the second major drug bust on Philly's main line this week.
[via Philadelphia Daily News]
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