Local Family of Five Arrested for Alleged Pot Growing Business
A Hudson Valley family is behind bars after police say they found a major pot growing operation in their home.
The Times Herald Record reports that a long-term investigation has netted members of the Napoli family, residing on Coach Lane in the Town of Newburgh. The home was raided this morning and police say they found 75 marijuana plants, seven firearms and over six pounds of processed marijuana.
The family members were all charged with second degree criminal possession and the growing of cannabis.
A Zillow.com description of the home makes it sound like a perfect building to operate a grow house. The 3,500 square-foot legal mother/daughter home is "conveniently located near all major highways" with "room for the extended family." And, of course, the large home's garage has plenty of "walkup for storage."