Large marijuana operation discovered in Lock Haven

LANA MUTHLER/THE EXPRESS Members of State Attorney General's office confiscated multiple marijuana plants from a residence along East Water Street in Lock Haven.

LOCK HAVEN – Officials from the State Attorney General’s office confiscated a large amount of marijuana in various forms from the residence of David Nestlerode at 222 E. Water St., Lock Haven, this morning.

Nestlerode was taken into custody after officers responded at the home with a search warrant to investigate reports of child pornography.

What they found was a large marijuana growing operation.

Get all the details in Thursday’s print edition of The Express.


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