MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — An Upper Peninsula man has agreed to plead guilty to growing marijuana in an investigation that was triggered by a pot odor on his 6-year-old daughter at school.
Court filings show Randall Fieck is due in Marquette federal court on Wednesday after failing to convince a judge that police lacked probable cause to search his Dickinson County home last winter.
He’s agreed to plead guilty to growing 50 or more marijuana plants.
Police went to Fieck’s home after a school principal reported that his daughter had a strong odor of marijuana on her clothes. The girl said her dad was growing pot in the basement.
Fieck had a medical marijuana card, but the number of plants exceeded the limit.
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