The official Mint Hill Police press release on Wednesday’s drug bust

Press Release: Drug Seizure in Mint Hill

Mint Hill: On 10-28-2009 Mint Hill Police served a search warrant in the 11100 block of Lawyers Road in reference to the occupant, Michael MacConnell, manufacturing marijuana at the residence. Officers entered the residence around 1:30pm and found over 300 marijuana plants and an elaborate indoor growing operation.

In addition to the marijuana manufacturing, officers located several chemicals which are known precursors to manufacturing other controlled substances. Mint Hill Police enlisted the help of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) in processing the evidence. A chemist from the SBI is en route to assist with identifying the chemicals found on scene.

Michael MacConnell (W/M, DOB: 01-13-1969) has been taken to the Mecklenburg County Jail and charged with the following crimes:

Manufacture of a CS Schedule VI
Possession of a precursor chemical to controlled substance
Trafficking Schedule VI
Maintain a dwelling for sale of controlled substance
Possession of drug paraphernalia

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3 comments on “The official Mint Hill Police press release on Wednesday’s drug bust
  1. I have NEVER seen anyone ever come or go from this house. Ever. Why has it taken this long for someone to nose around that house and see what was going on right in the middle of down town mint hill. When I was a kid, that town seemed like it was a better place than mayberry to grow up… Come on MHPD… You got a budget and equipment. Lets work on keeping the place cleaned up before things like this happen.

  2. Hey, “You’re Kidding me”: do you understand that what you just posted basically means that the police would have to be clairvoyant in order to stop this???? Clairvoyant means psychic in case that word is too big for you. Have you also heard of the concept of civil rights? Officers cannot just bust up into a house without a reason to do so….how can they look into something without keeping that persons civil rights as a priority??? All I can say is I’m glad that you are not a cop, “You’re Kidding me”.

  3. You’re Kidding Me, you have the right to remain silent. That should cut down on the air pollution in the area.

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