A woman is in jail after police found a very sophisticated marijuana grow operation inside a shed attached to her home.
Police found 230 marijuana plants and 11 pounds of processed marijuana in Sandy Wade’s home on Clay Lick Road in Whites Creek in northern Davidson County.
Detectives serving a search warrant found the plants along with heat lamps, air filters, water filters, thermometers, light ballasts and space heaters.
Wade, 35, is also charged with two counts of possessing a deadly weapon with intent to commit a felony after detectives found a loaded Walther P22 handgun and a loaded Ruger .45 pistol in her dresser.
Wade, who also goes by Sandy Bush, is in the Metro jail on $100,000 bond.