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Multiple Marijuana Grows Lead to Arrest

A suspect arrested for obstructing an officer when he wouldn’t let them in to search his residence. Wednesday morning the Narcotics Task Force went to serve a warrant at the Brewer Road residence of 53 year old Bradley Peceimer, for possible marijuana cultivation. Sheriff Keith Royal tells KNCO that Peceimer greeted officers at the door and asked for a few minutes so his wife could get dressed. A short while later officers demanded to be let in pursuant to the search warrant. Peceimer was not cooperative.

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Officers discovered inside marijuana growing activity as well as outdoor plants.

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Simultaneously, at a second property owned by Peceimer in the North San Juan area more plants were discovered.

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Sheriff Royal says that recommendations posted at the gardens were out of compliance.

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The Task Force eradicated the Brewer Road grows and posted a 5 day compliance notice at the Cornflower grow. The Cornflower grow far exceeds the allowable number of plants and space provided in the County Nuisance Ordinance.
Additionally, Sheriff Royal says they have contact the IRS.

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Bradley Peceimer was arrested and booked for obstructing a peace officer, interfering with an investigation, and marijuana cultivation.Peceimer,-Bradley1


September 12, 2014

paul paterson

Arrest the political opposition, just like they do in third world countries

September 13, 2014


Not politics. Break the rules, suffer the consequences.

September 15, 2014


Poor guy, arrested for growing some natural plants.. While pharmaceuticals are sold by the truck load everyday. Why don't we see walgreens door kicked down and raided for all the OxyContin, synthetic heroin, and all the other "real" drugs that kill people? I'm pretty sure the people begging for my change looking sick out front of circle k are on those kind of drugs, not marijuana!

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