The Connecticut State Police have just announced the arrest of a Seymour man after allegedly finding a Marijuana grow operation, dozens of firearms that were allegedly in reach of an 8 year old child, and thousands of rounds of ammunition, during a search of his property.

According to the Connecticut State Police, at 6PM last night, Tuesday, April 27, 2021, Statewide Narcotics Taskforce Detectives and Seymour Police Officers executed a narcotics search warrant at 119 Squantuck Road in Seymour. Officers were investigating reports of an illegal Marijuana growing operation on the property.

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Upon entry into the residence, detectives say they located over 100 Marijuana plants in various stages of growth. They also seized grow lights, fertilizer, fans, ballasts, and pottery. All were seized, and dismantled by officers.

Connecticut State Police

According to the report, with the assistance of CT State Police K-9 Darlene, the officers also found thousands of rounds of ammunition, almost 30 firearms, and over 100 high capacity magazines. The report also states that an 8 year old child was present at the time of the search warrant execution, and that several of the firearms were in the immediate vicinity of the child's toys.

Connecticut State Police

Adrian Stock, 49, (D.O.B.- 6-22-71), has been arrested and processed at Troop A in Southbury. Stock was held on a $100,000 bond and has been charged with Operating a Drug Factory, Cultivation of Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana Greater Than 1 Kilo, and Risk of Injury to a Minor.

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