FOREST CITY, Iowa – A Lake Mills man who police say was growing marijuana in his home is pleading guilty.
54-year-old Ralph Boyd Highlander was arrested after law enforcement searched his home in April and said they found marijuana, growing equipment, methamphetamine, and several medications without a prescription.
Highlander was charged with seven drug crimes but is pleading guilty to one, manufacturing marijuana. He is due to be sentenced on January 30 in Winnebago County District Court.
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