FALLBROOK–Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Fallbrook man today for possession of marijuana for sale, cultivation and manufacturing controlled substances.
Deputies from the Fallbrook Crime Suppression Team received citizen complaints related to narcotic activity at a residence in the 2600 block of Secret Lake Lane in Fallbrook.
While conducting an investigation, a man associated with the residence was stopped for various vehicle code violations. He was identified as Fallbrook resident Marc Lockwood, 37, according to Sheriff’s Deputies.
During the traffic stop, deputies located “Hash Butter” and a small amount of marijuana in his vehicle. A subsequent search of his residence on Secret Lake Lane revealed an active marijuana grow inside three separate rooms. Deputies also determined Lockwood was actively manufacturing “hash butter” or “honey oil.” This is a highly explosive and dangerous process akin to manufacturing methamphetamine.
Lockwood was arrested and booked into the Vista Detention Facility on charges of possession of marijuana for sale, cultivation and manufacturing controlled substances.
His bail is $50,000.