Sep 11, 2015 3:14 PM by News Staff
A Princeton man and a Mexican national have been arrested for allegedly growing marijuana in rural Glenn County.
Glenn County drug agents spotted a large grow off of County Road 65, and served a search warrant Thursday.
Two men were found on the property, Jose Guadalupe Ambriz, 27, of Princeton, and Nicasio Saustegui, 28 of Mexico.
During the search, authorities found 99 mature marijuana plants that if harvested would have garnered more than $100,000 on the street. A pistol and a shotgun, as well as scales and packaging material, were also located.
Both men were booked into the Glenn County jail on suspicion of cultivation of marijuana.
(Pictured left to right: Nicasio Saustegui, Jose Guadalupe Ambriz)