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Tenant accused of growing marijuana at rented home

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A homeowner in Nashville discovered Monday his renter was growing marijuana, said Metro police.

Police said the homeowner called them to say he knew the person living in the home in the 500 block of Ewin Street was growing marijuana.

When officers arrived, they found four long guns stored at the house along with marijuana growing in the back of the home.

Police discovered a shed behind the home contained 15 marijuana plants and seeds for growing the plants.

The tenant, Wortha Law, was taken to Metro Jail on felony drug charges.

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