A man was arrested on Thursday afternoon after agents with the Metro anti-narcotics task force found an elaborate growing system and 45 marijuana plants in his Munds Park home, according to the Coconino County Sheriff's Office.
Jeremy Gregg Stoller, 35, was arrested for production of marijuana and possession of marijuana for sale, as well as having a firearm during a drug offense.
Stoller allegedly had a cultivation set-up, with lighting, watering and filtration systems inside a shed attached to his residence and another detached shed. An official with the Sheriff's office said that half of the plants had reached maturity.
Stoller has multiple arrests for possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana for sale from Cochise County and Coconino County dating back to 1997, according to the Arizona Supreme Court website.
He is currently being held at the Coconino County Detention Facility on a $100,000 bond.
The residence is located at 795 Rain Deer Drive in Munds Park.
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