Boulder, COLO. (AP) -- A Boulder man has been charged with prohibited acts of marijuana after the watering system he set up in his condo for his medical marijuana plants flooded his neighbor's downstairs apartment. Police said 28 year old Michael Leago was cited Friday by Boulder Police. Police said they found a growing operation in the master bedroom, with three marijuana plants over 6 feet tall. According to the Boulder Daily Camera, no building permit had been issued for the condo. A city building inspector condemned the electrical system and declared both units uninhabitable because of structural concerns.
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