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Alexander Pinter (Photo source: Muscogee County Jail) Alexander Pinter (Photo source: Muscogee County Jail)
Louise Pinter (Photo source: Muscogee County Jail) Louise Pinter (Photo source: Muscogee County Jail)
James Pinter (Photo source: Muscogee County Jail) James Pinter (Photo source: Muscogee County Jail)
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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Columbus police are investigating a possible marijuana grow house.

Alexander Pinter, 69, Louise Pinter, 70, and James Pinter, 33, have all been arrested and charged with possession, manufacturing, and distribution of a controlled substance.

According to a police report, members of the special operations unit issued a search warrant Saturday morning at a home on Fleetwood Drive in Columbus.

While there, agents reported being exposed to mold and chemicals associated with marijuana grow house

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