Jeff Padilla of the Lake County Metropolitan Enforcement Group says the homes were full of plants and didn't have furniture.No word on whether police wished the 71-year-old would have had used his right to remain silent because he/she kept talking about how "transcendent" and "groovy" Woodstock was even though the weed wasn't half as good as the stuff they were growing.
He says the houses were set up with grow lights, drip lines, ventilation, air purification units and illegal power lines.
Six people ranging in age from 30 to 71 have been charged with conspiracy to manufacture marijuana. Authorities say they're family members and that more arrests could be forthcoming.
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