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Williamstown Pair Facing Drug Charges

OSWEGO, NY – On 10/08/12 at 6:44 p.m., Timothy P. Maloney, 51, and Timothy C. Maloney, 25, both of 258 State Route 183, Williamstown, were each arrested for first-degree criminal possession of marijuana, a class C felony, and unlawful growing of cannabis, a class A misdemeanor.

Timothy P. Maloney

Timothy P. Maloney

They were arraigned before the Hon. Elizabeth Dunham, Town of Amboy Court, and released on their own recognizance.

Both are scheduled to return to court on Oct. 16.

The Maloneys were arrested after a marijuana growing operation was allegedly discovered on their property during an unrelated investigation.

 

Timothy C. Maloney

Timothy C. Maloney

Reportedly, two growing plots were discovered in the woods as well as one inside a tent-like structure behind the house.

Approximately 62 plants were removed from the premises as well as a quantity of cut marijuana located inside the residence.

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