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3 charged in Dobbins marijuana grow

Suspects who said a 500-plant marijuana grow in Dobbins was a valid medical marijuana collective face criminal charges after supposed members of the collective denied their membership when contacted by deputies.

James M. Monts, 33, Benjamin T. Gaddy, 30, and Caitlin M. Hill, 26, are all named in a criminal complaint filed in Yuba County Superior Court last week.

Arrest warrants are pending for Monts and Gaddy, who are each charged with felonies for possession of marijuana for sale and two other marijuana-related charges. Hill is charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance for methamphetamine and was ordered to appear in court for arraignment on Oct. 27.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015