Police discovered an elaborate growing system of marijuana and $16,000 worth of the drug in a North Charleston home, according to authorities.
Police seized more than 28 ounces of marijuana at a home on Jenny Lind Street on Wednesday, according to officials.
Four people were arrested. Christopher Anson Russell, 20, Carolyne Anne Felder, 36 and Roy Owen Thompson IV, 36, who police said live at the home together, were charged with manufacturing marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
Christian Noel Thames, 22, who police said was visiting the home, was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
All four people arrested refused to speak to investigators, police said.
During their search, police found jars of marijuana in several area of the home and a growing system on the second floor, including a drying chamber that contained several harvested marijuana plants, police said.
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