Police in Hartford, Connecticut arrested a Catholic school teacher and his wife Tuesday evening for allegedly growing marijuana out of their backyard, according to The Hartford Courant.
<p>Christopher and Kristine Gallagher were charged with cultivating more than 1 kilogram of marijuana, possession of more than 4 ounces of marijuana, possession with intent to sell, operating a drug factory and conspiracy to commit those crimes. The husband was a teacher and lacrosse coach at Northwest Catholic High School for eight years and has been placed on administrative leave by the school. </p><p>Authorities said that they haven't discovered any traces of marijuana sold at school by Gallagher, who posted bail at $150,000 while his wife posted a $50,000 bail. </p><p>Local Hartford police partnered with federal agents to seize 90 plants </p><p>from the Gallagher home, including four pounds of dried marijuana, three guns and $2,200 in cash. </p><p>WATCH: Video from WFSB-TV, which was broadcast on June 13, 2012. </p><p> </p>
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