A 50-year-old Rockland man was arrested July 14 after police said he was caught growing 64 high-quality marijuana plants.

Jeffrey Hanley of West Meadow Road was arrested and charged with cultivation of marijuana, according to a news release from Rockland police.

Officers from Rockland, Thomaston, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at Hanley’s residence and reportedly found the marijuana plants growing outside the house.

Police said each of the 64 plants had a value of between $1,500 and $2,000, meaning the total value of the seized crop was between $96,000 and $128,000.

A small amount of marijuana, scales and growing equipment were seized, according to police.