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Polk detectives arrest 3 at marijuana grow house bust

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Detectives say they found marijuanna growing in three rooms of a home at 1103 Partridge Way in Poinciana. Detectives say they found marijuanna growing in three rooms of a home at 1103 Partridge Way in Poinciana.
Detectives say they found marijuanna growing in three rooms of a home at 1103 Partridge Way in Poinciana. Detectives say they found marijuanna growing in three rooms of a home at 1103 Partridge Way in Poinciana.
Leonor Perez-Diaz, 50, of Miami was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds and cultivation of cannabis. Polk County Jail booking photo Leonor Perez-Diaz, 50, of Miami was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds and cultivation of cannabis. Polk County Jail booking photo
Hector Amado Pena-Ruiz,45, of Hialeah was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds and cultivation of cannabis. Polk County jail booking photo Hector Amado Pena-Ruiz,45, of Hialeah was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds and cultivation of cannabis. Polk County jail booking photo
Francisco Danilo Rodriguez-Larrinaga, 48, of Miami was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds, maintain residence for drug trafficking, cult. of cannabis, grand theft of utilities and poss. of drug paraphernalia. Polk County Jail booking photo Francisco Danilo Rodriguez-Larrinaga, 48, of Miami was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds, maintain residence for drug trafficking, cult. of cannabis, grand theft of utilities and poss. of drug paraphernalia. Polk County Jail booking photo
Undercover Polk County Sheriff's detectives arrested three people Thursday who are suspected of operating a grow house in Poinciana.

Detectives say they found marijuana growing in three rooms of a home at 1103 Partridge Way.

They removed a total of 115 pounds of marijuana from the residence including 67 marijuana plants, 32 pounds of harvested marijuana buds that were drying and 83 pounds of marijuana plants that had been separated from the buds. Detectives say they also confiscated 76 pieces of lighting equipment used to grow the pot.

Francisco Danilo Rodriguez-Larrinaga, 48, of Miami was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds, maintaining a residence for drug trafficking, cultivation of cannabis, grand theft of utilities and possession of drug paraphernalia.
 
Hector Amado Pena-Ruiz,45, of Hialeah was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds and cultivation of cannabis.
 
Leonor Perez-Diaz, 50, of Miami, was charged with trafficking cannabis over 25 pounds and cultivation of cannabis.

All three were booked into the Polk County Jail.

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