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Police: Marijuana growing operation at Gambrills home

Nicholas V. Dominick (Anne Arundel police)

Anne Arundel County police said that detectives executed a search warrant Friday at the home of Nicholas V. Dominick in the 500 block of Watts Avenue. They found 46 marijuana plants, 11 handguns, five shotguns, eight rifles — including an AK-47 assault rifle — and boxes of ammunition.

Police said 10 of the guns were registered; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was to investigate the legality of the remaining weapons.

Dominick was charged with a range of offenses including possession of and manufacturing marijuana and two counts of possession of a gun in a drug-trafficking crime. He was also charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana in a school zone because his home is near Arundel High School, police said.

Marijuana plants alleged to have been found at the Gambrills home of Nicholas V. Dominick. (Anne Arundel police)


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