PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Complaints about a home on Southwest Dorchester Street in Port St. Lucie led to the arrest of the homeowner, her son and six others this week almost exclusively on drug-related charges, according to affidavits obtained Wednesday and a sheriff's detective.
The complaints about the home in the 700 block of Southwest Dorchester Street included five to six vehicles being parked there; loud music being played; marijuana being smoked in the garage; profanities being yelled; and lots of vehicular traffic, according to a St. Lucie County Sheriff's detective.
"The entire residence smells of marijuana. It appears that marijuana was possessed and smoked in every room of the house," states an affidavit for one of those arrested.
Sheriff's officials on Monday searched the residence, turning up about 3 ounces of marijuana and some drug paraphernalia. A small rap music studio apparently had been set up in the residence, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Shannon Slover, 55, was identified as the home's owner. She told investigators she knew of the pot sales from the home. Slover and her 21-year-old son, William Slover, each were arrested on charges including possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia...
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