BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Police seized 240 marijuana plants from a Beaverton home and cited the homeowner for unlawful possession and manufacture of marijuana on Sunday.
Washington County Sheriff's officers responded to a citizen complaint about problems at a home on 17525 Southwest Stark Street in Beaverton, Oregon.
When police arrived, they could see marijuana plants in the backyard from the street. The homeowner, 60-year-old Tuyen Ngo, gave police permission to search the property.
Officers seized 240 marijuana plants, ranging from seedlings to full grown, from the home as evidence.
Ngo kept four of the marijuana plants, as allowed by law. He was cited for unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful manufacture of marijuana.