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Case ID: 18994
Classification: Neglect / Abandonment
Animal: dog (non pit-bull)
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Tuesday, Dec 20, 2011

County: Camden

Disposition: Alleged
Case Images: 2 files available

» Jonathan David Bridges
» Kyle David Gamage

Camden County deputies have arrested two men in connection with a marijuana grow operation.

Jonathan David Bridges, 24, and Kyle David Gamage, 21, both of Kingsland, were arrested and charged with manufacturing marijuana and cruelty to animals.

Bridges and Gamage were arrested when deputies served a no-knock search warrant Tuesday afternoon at a home on Lively Oaks Drive in Kingsland, deputies said.

A room inside the home had been extensively modified and adapted for the indoor growing of marijuana, deputies said.

More than a dozen marijuana plants, along with the equipment used to grow the plants and a number of drug paraphernalia items, were seized in the search.

Three dogs were removed from inside the home, deputies said. They said two of those dogs were found together in a cage and coated in their own feces. The dogs were turned over to Animal Control officers and taken to the local Humane Society.

The arrests are the result of two months of investigation by members of the Camden County Sheriff's Office drug task force after they received a tip about the operation from a concerned citizen, deputies said.


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