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* Three People were Arrested on Suspicion of Participating in a Marijuana Grow Operation in Santa Rosa

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Police in Santa Rosa have arrested three people suspected of participating in a marijuana grow operation in the city. On Thursday at 11:30 a.m., narcotics detectives served search warrants at two separate residences on Banyan Street and San Salvador, according to Santa Rosa police.

During the searches, officers seized several firearms, approximately $3,500 in cash, and a numerous pot plants. More than 170 plants and 25 pounds of processed marijuana were collected. Michael Connolly, 33, was arrested for cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale, and conspiracy. Tiffany Boyce, 30, was arrested for cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale, conspiracy, theft of utilities, and for being armed while dealing drugs. Ryan McDonald, 29, was arrested for cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale, conspiracy, theft of utilities, and for being armed while dealing drugs. The three suspects were booked at Sonoma County jail.

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