Hull: Police find 17 marijuana plants in cabinetmaker’s workshop

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A Hull cabinetmaker has been arrested after police uncovered a marijuana growing operation inside his workshop. 

According to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office, 17 marijuana plants were recovered. Hull police also found a 12-gauge shotgun with shotgun shells and an assortment of drugs including methadone and Oxycodone. 

David Teagan, 48, was arraigned Tuesday on several charges including drug cultivation and carrying a dangerous weapon. 

Police obtained a search warrant and raided Teagan’s basement workshop and found a secret room which was being used for the marijuana operation. 

Teagan has drunk driving and drug charges pending in Hingham District Court. He’s being held without bail on the drunk driving charge.

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