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Police: Marijuana, mushrooms found in Lodi man’s home

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Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 12:00 am

According to Lodi police, after being confronted by a naked man on Friday, officers found a large amount of marijuana and mushrooms inside his home.

Officers responded to a call about an argument between a man and woman on the 400 block of Audubon Drive in Lodi. Upon arrival, they reported finding Jared Johnson, 23, naked outside the home.

Inside, officers reported that they found two large bags containing marijuana, a 35-gallon trash bag partially filled with marijuana soaking in water, and growing equipment, Lodi Police Lt. David Griffin said.

Officers said they also found mushrooms on the kitchen counter and in the bathtub soaking in water, according to Griffin.

Johnson was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of narcotics and possession of illegal narcotics.

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