Police find marijuana lab while responding to call about home invasion robbery



Miami-Dade Police discovered 14 marijuana plants in a home while responding to a call about a home invasion robbery.

Officers arrived to the house at 9033 SW 44th St Thursday morning following reports of a robbery, police said.

When officers walked in, they found $36,000 worth of pot in a home-made hydroponics lab.

Reinel Gil, who is believed to be responsible for the operation, was arrested under suspicion of cultivating and trafficking marijuana, police said.

Nobody was arrested for the reported home invasion. Miami-Dade police officers were investigating the incident.

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