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  • Signs your neighbor may be Running a Grow House  With Las Vegas police recently uncovering a number of marijuana grow houses, many people here are now wondering whether there may also be grow houses in their own neighborhoods. Here are some telltale signs that might indicate someone in your area is indeed operating one. Grow houses consume a great deal of electricity. As a result, operators may tamper with electric meters or use generators in order to avoid tipping off the power company. Another sign of a grow house is air conditioning that runs excessively during the summer months, or operates even when temperatures are cool outside. In addition, lights must remain on day and night, so homes containing marijuana-growing

    Feb 02,
  • Overview of Nevada Marijuana Laws The penalties for possessing marijuana in Nevada depend upon several factors. For minor offenses, the penalties are comparable to those that you would incur for violating traffic laws. People who cultivate, distribute and sell the drug Las Vegas are subject to more severe penalties. Each year, Nevada law enforcement officials apprehend thousands of people for violating drug laws. The offender’s age, the amount of marijuana and the number of previous arrests will determine the severity of the charges. If the individual is younger than 21 and has less than one ounce in their possession, the typical penalty for a first offense is a fine up to $600 or the requirement to complete a drug treatment

    May 31,

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