Connellsville Marijuana Grandmother

January 9, 2012 by staff 

Connellsville Marijuana GrandmotherConnellsville Marijuana Grandmother, A southwestern Pennsylvania grandmother says she’s no marijuana grower, just a woman who wanted something that would look pretty next to her tomatoes.

A Fayette County jury cleared 67-year-old Alberta Kelley of drug possession and manufacture charges on Wednesday after she told them she simply tossed a handful of seeds into her garden after a bearded stranger gave them to her.

Connellsville police charged Kelley a year ago after receiving a tip about Kelley’s garden. Investigators say they found seven well-cultivated, four-foot marijuana plants behind her home.

But Kelley claimed she didn’t know what she was growing. She said she’d been given the seeds by a stranger in a pointy hat who told her they were flower seeds. Kelley tells WTAE-TV that to her, “weeds are weeds.”

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