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Liem Ho arrested in Milpitas in connection with an indoor marijuana grow on Linden Lane

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Police in Milpitas arrested a man in connection with an indoor marijuana grow operation Friday morning, police said. Milpitas police detectives and SWAT executed search warrants at homes in the 200 block of Dixon Road and the 2000 block of Linden Lane at about 7 a.m. looking for an illegal marijuana cultivation operation, police said.

The search of the home on Dixon Road found it had been converted into an indoor grow operation, with more than 400 marijuana plants valued at about $600,000, according to police. Liem Ho, 38, of Milpitas, was found at the home on Linden Lane, and was arrested in connection with the grow operation, police said. Ho was booked into the Santa Clara County jail on suspicion of illegal marijuana cultivation and theft of utilities, police said.

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