Norwalk Police: Cable Installer's Tip Leads To Pot Charges

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Norwalk Police discovered two marijuana plants growing in a Seir Hill Road Wednesday morning, according to police reports.
Norwalk Police discovered two marijuana plants growing in a Seir Hill Road Wednesday morning, according to police reports. Photo Credit: File

NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk Police seized two marijuana plants from a Sier Hill Road home after receiving a tip from a cable installer, according to police reports.

An AT&T employee called police from outside the home at about 11 a.m. Wednesday. The man said he went to the home to do a cable installation when he smelled marijuana coming from inside the house, police said.

Investigators arrived, and the homeowner allowed officers inside, police said. Joseph Disessa, 26, of Sier Hill Road gave police permission to search his bedroom, where officers found two marijuana plants, a set of sun lamps and other paraphernalia, according to the police report. Police seized the plants as evidence.

Disessa was charged with two counts of manufacturing marijuana and one count each of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was released at the scene on a promise to appear in court and is due in court on Feb. 28.

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How dare this idiot from ATT report what is going on in a persons private residence . He should be fired.

one more reason to go with cable vision.Millins in tax revenue from pot Ct is still chasing plants.The crime in Norwalk alone could use some AT&T help from the sounds of it.