Marijuana Grow House Busted in Lafayette County

By: Lafayette County Sheriff's Office Press Release
By: Lafayette County Sheriff's Office Press Release

Mayo, FL - On 02/07/2011 The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation into the operation of a marijuana grow house and served a search warrant on a residence located at 353 NW Atlantic Rd, Mayo, FL. During this search Deputies seized 199 marijuana plants, and 2,024 grams of harvested marijuana in two separate rooms. The operation consisted of grow lights on timers and an automatic watering system. The total drugs seized have a street value of approximately $400,000.00. Multiple items related to the cultivation and processing of marijuana were also seized from the residence.

William E. Holliday Jr., 48, 353 NW Atlantic Rd. Mayo, FL was arrested and booked into the Lafayette County Jail for possession of marijuana, cultivation of marijuana, possession of firearm by convicted felon, and possession of drug equipment.

Linda E. Enos, 47, 353 NW Atlantic Rd. Mayo, FL was arrested and booked into the Lafayette County Jail for Possession of Marijuana, Cultivation of Marijauna, and Possession of drug equipment.

Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Condy, Keen, and Tysall executed the search warrant.

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  • by GV Location: Ga on Feb 10, 2011 at 04:59 AM
    Anonymous,let me rephrase myself.I am glad that the robber got what all robbers deserve.Like the cops in that case said,even drug dealers have the right to protect themselves.But,maybe the alledged(I should say)dealer wasn't a dealer,but the robber thought he was,or at least he was in the past.Actually I think that no pot was involved at all,and the robber and his little punk buddy went to rob someone,and when the one got killed,he made up the story of them being there to buy pot in order to convince the cops that he didn't know about the robbery going down.To answer your last question,the answer is"no".
  • by John Location: Tallahassee on Feb 9, 2011 at 05:31 PM
    @LEO, its going to be tough isn't it? When one of your three major crime examples get legalized and all that money flowing into LE dry's up. We can't afford this blind mans drug war anymore. Sorry you and your buddies are going to loose jobs, but we can't keep incarcerating people for mental health conditions. We can’t keep using the constitution as toilet paper while you and your buddies play war games against American citizens. The violence and crime you speak of stems from the black market surrounding drugs. We saw the same thing happen with prohibition of alcohol in the 1920’s, once alcohol was legalized the mafia lost a big income source and the violence and crime dropped. Tax it, regulated, and help the mentally disabled people recover from their addiction! The current laws haven’t worked and its time we try something else.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 9, 2011 at 02:36 PM
    Come on GV you were on here posting about the "pot dealer" getting shot and you were defending his son, I read it and you remember. There was no pot found, and no drug charges filed. You're right that is one violent crime associated with pot. You get a smiley face on the board. I have read your posts for a long time, are you really telling me you think that there is as much violence associated with pot as meth or coke?
  • by waste of tax money Location: state on Feb 9, 2011 at 12:59 PM
    there are bigger fish to fry !
  • by GV Location: Ga on Feb 9, 2011 at 11:44 AM
    Didn't someone just get killed when they tried to rob a pot dealer.Selling pot is such a victimless crime,ain't it?
  • by Anonymous on Feb 9, 2011 at 09:56 AM
    Drugs yes...marijuana is not a drug
  • by Anonymous on Feb 9, 2011 at 09:25 AM
    Savednsure, what are "violet" crimes? Someone steal some light purple paint or something? @LEO, you are correct, but some drugs perpetuate more violence than others and pot is responsible for a lot fewer violent crimes when compared to meth, cocaine, etc. Also, there are less violent crimes associated with pot than with alcohol aren't they?
  • by Savednsure1 Location: jacksonville on Feb 9, 2011 at 08:22 AM
    We need 2 get the drug dealers as that is what causes violet crimes at times, drugs ruins people's lives!! so yes we need 2 go after the drug dealers!!
  • by LEO Location: Florida on Feb 9, 2011 at 03:46 AM
    To Mary Jane, If you have not realized yet, major crimes stem from three general areas; drug issues, money/property issues and relationship/sex crimes. All of these play a role in each major crime law enforcement works. That is why working vice crimes is essential to the process.
  • by the pain inflicters Location: home on Feb 9, 2011 at 02:20 AM
    well it's good for the election that is about it. why cant we leagleize marijunia? wonder which one his friens told on him. this is the problem with pot. you got all these meth crack head loosers that get caught and run their big mouthes.
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