Waterford Man Accused Of Growing Marijuana In Vacant Building

Photo Courtesy Fraser Department of Public Safety Posted: # Comments Looay Basil Jamoua A Waterford man faces multiple drug charges after police discovered more than 100 marijuana plants and several pounds of the drug inside a vacant business in Fraser. Looay Basil Jamoua, 43, was charged earlier this month with three counts: two counts of delivery or manufacture of 5-45 grams of marijuana, a seven-year felony; and maintaining a drug house, a misdemeanor. Jamoua was arraigned in 39th District Court in Roseville on Dec. 17 and his bond was set at $25,000. According to Fraser police, investigators executed a search warrant Dec. 15 on a vacant business along Groesbeck Highway. Police were contacted by other business owners in the vicinity, who complained of a strong odor of marijuana emanating from the business. Police estimated the street value of the drugs at $150,000. Police also seized marijuana-growing they estimated to be worth $50,000. In cooperation with Waterford police, Fraser officers also searched Jamouas residence, where they seized additional evidence which they did not specify the nature of. This was an elaborate illegal marijuana (growing operation) where many of the plants seized were over six feet tall, George Rouhib Jr., director of Frasers public safety department said in a news release.

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