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Two Superior residents are facing felony drug charges for allegedly growing marijuana plants in their home.


Fred Theodore Rose, 48, and Tracey Lynn Karr, 43, each face one count of manufacturing tetrahydrocannabinol. If convicted, they face maximum penalties of six years in prison  and fines of $10,000. The pair made initial appearances in Douglas County Circuit Court last week. According to the criminal complaint:

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