One person was arrested and a second person was issued a summons on April 24 after the Knox County Sheriff’s Office seized 141 marijuana seedling plants.

Devon Haskell, 24, of North Haven was arrested by the sheriff’s office for cultivation of marijuana — a Class C offense — and the civil violation of sale and use of drug paraphernalia. Geoffrey Barrett, 23, of North Haven was issued a summons for Class D cultivation of marijuana.

The seizure occurred during the execution of a search warrant at about 1 p.m. on April 21 at 165 North Main St. Deputy James Moore was the investigating deputy who gathered information and intelligence as to a large amount of marijuana growing at the address. Moore, Deputy Rob Potter and Detective Sgt. Reginald Walker executed the search warrant and seized 141 seedling marijuana plants and drug paraphernalia for the cultivation and use of marijuana.

The plants ranged from 3 inches┬áto 1 foot tall. The marijuana would have been worth a minimum of $80,000 in street value had it matured to full growth and then been sold, according to the sheriff’s office.