Apr 23, 2018
One of the kindergartens in the Connecticut West Haven had its license revoked. State police had found a lot of hundreds marijuana bushes at the institution backyard.
Police inspectors have asked the staff of the kindergarten to show them the backyard, surrounded by tall trees, behind which, like behind the fence, hidden from prying eyes, 666 marijuana bushes each 2-3 metres in height were growing.
In response to the failure to comply with this requirement, the inspectors had called DEA.After obtaining a warrant to search the police found the plantings of drugs. The suspension of the license has nothing to do with the indictment.
The director Rosalie Miller has not yet been declared a suspect and she is not under accusation. The police questioned the neighbors who live not far away from the building of a kindergarten.
None of them did not arise a suspition with respect to this institution: "I should have smelled that. That's crazy. I didn't expect that," said another neighbor Robson Antoine. "And they have a daycare? Not good."
"I saw him building something in the backyard and kind of thought it was just a regular fence," Torres said. Recall that in the State of Connecticut law does not complete ban on marijuana.
It means lawfully used for medical purposes as a result of changes in the legislation in 2012.