KNOXVILLE (WATE) - The Knox County Sheriff's Office were led to two additional marijuana grow houses following Tuesday's bust of an indoor grow house.
Christopher Eugene Fuller, 43, was arrested Tuesday afternoon at his home on Arrow Wood Road. Officers found approximately 160 marijuana plants and an elaborate set up in the house.
Neighbors say Fuller was one of the most helpful people on the street.
"He was kind, he was caring," explained Barbara Byron, about her shock.
Investigators say Fuller was no real neighbor at all.
"He just pretended to live there. He made it look good for the neighbors," said Knox County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Martha Dooley.
Fuller led offers to a his real home on Kingman Drive in North Knoxville where they found grow equipment, guns, ammo, cash, mushrooms, and marijuana.
He then led officers to his third home on Maxwell Street where they found grow equipment and grow cabinets in the basement. Officers also found 18 marijuana plants that had been moved to another location.
David Christopher Holloway, 45, was arrested at the Maxwell Street home where he lives. He was charged with tampering with evidence. His bond was set at $2,000.
Fuller is charged with cultivation of a schedule VI narcotic, simple possession and possession of a firearm during commission of a felony. His total bond is $30,500.
The bust was the result of a month-long investigation conducted by the KCSO Narcotics Unit.
They say the investigation is still ongoing.
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