Man With Prior Felony Convictions Illegally Grows Marijuana

Man With Prior Felony Convictions Illegally Grows Marijuana
Photo: Jack Bailey Kuykendall

LAYTONVILLE – Laws prevent a person with prior felony convictions from certain behaviors. 72-year-old Jack Bailey Kuykendall unsuccessfully attempted to test those limits.

On September 17 officers served a search warrant at his residence in the 1400 block of North Road.

Kuykendall met officers in the driveway and cooperated with deputies. The suspect had 28 growing marijuana plants. He also had a firearm and ammunition.

In addition, Kuykendall is a registered sex offender. The press release says, “Even though proposition 64 legalized marijuana for most people, there is still a provision that prevents persons with certain serious prior convictions from cultivating more than 6 marijuana plants.”

Kuykendall’s previous conviction “prohibits him from possessing firearms or ammunition.”

Man With Prior Felony Convictions Illegally Grows Marijuana was last modified: October 12th, 2018 by admin
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