Racine corrections officer accused of growing pot at home


by Chris Patterson

RACINE -- A Racine County correctional officer is facing criminal charges for allegedly growing marijuana at his home.

42-year-old Christopher Hall is charged with manufacturing marijuana and keeping a drug place. Racine police executed a search warrant at his home on Charles St. Office found two rooms full of marijuana plants and trays. Some of them were labeled Sour Diesel, Master Kush and Blue Dream.

If convicted, Hall faces more than 25 years in jail.


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