KINGMAN - A Kingman man who apparently doesn't have a medical marijuana card reportedly had about eight pot plants growing in his home - plants deputies might never have discovered Wednesday if not for a burglary he allegedly committed.
Now, Thomas J. Greene, 41, faces seven felonies.
The case began Monday when a man living in the 1000 block of Mary Lynn Lane reported a burglary and that someone stole several items from his property, including an ATV, a motorcycle, a guitar amplifier and torch tanks on a cart.
Two days later, the victim called the sheriff's office to report he found some of his property at a Northern Avenue pawnshop.
Deputies learned that earlier that day, Greene allegedly pawned the tanks and associated tools. He was located at a residence in the 1000 block of Huffman Way.
Greene reportedly told deputies he came to possess the tanks after helping a friend move items from the victim's home and the tanks were his payment.
He was taken into custody without incident and the home was searched after a warrant was issued.
Deputies reportedly recovered the stolen quad, motorcycle, and amplifier. They also allegedly discovered the marijuana grow and paraphernalia used to smoke the plant.
Living in the home was Jenny Elizabeth Davidson, 29, of Kingman, who was reportedly in possession of a plastic bag containing a white crystal substance and a glass pipe.
Greene faces charges of burglary, theft of means of transportation, possession of stolen property, trafficking in stolen property, producing marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Davidson faces felony charges of possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.