Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Hall, A Racine Corrections Sergeant Charged For Growing Marijuana

Christopher A. Hall

A warrant executed at Hall's residence netted a total 3,138.8 grams of marijuana.

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 22, 2014

Racine, WI - On Tuesday, the Racine County District Attorney's office charged Christopher A. Hall, 42, a Racine Correctional Institute Sergeant with three felony counts for growing and distributing marijuana (THC), possession, and maintaining a drug trafficking house at his residence. A cash bond of $10,000 was set for Hall and is expected back in court on January 29, for a preliminary hearing.
Hall has been a corrections employee since July 1998 and in 2004 he became a sergeant, according to the criminal complaint.
Police found at least 3,138.8 grams of marijuana,  but authorities believed he manufactured up to 10,000 grams.
Scales, suspended lights, grinders, packaging equipment and other items associated with the manufacture of THC. They also confiscated 5' to 6' marijuana plants, a variety of dried marijuana and seeds in various containers.
Money and weapons were also confiscated by police.

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