FAYETTE COUNTY, Ga - A man cited by police for indecent exposure casually mentioned his YouTube channel to an officer, leading Peachtree City police to a marijuana growing operation.
Officers responded to a call of indecent exposure at a Glenloch Recreation Center in Peachtree City Friday.
Upon arrival, police found 29-year-old Zachary Peak. As he was being cited, the suspect invited the officer to check out his YouTube channel.
Police said that when the officer viewed the channel, he was shocked to find a marijuana growing operation. The channel also showed the suspect, his residence and the suspect’s mother.
After obtaining a search warrant police said they seized 33 marijuana plants along with equipment used to cultivate marijuana.
Peak was charged with manufacturing, distribution and possession of marijuana. He was transported to the Fayette County jail to post bond.
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