A former Highlands County Sheriff’s Office deputy and his wife were arrested on warrants Thursday in the wake of a July 17 house fire that led officials to discover items typically used for indoor marijuana growing operations.
Hiram Obregon and his wife, Lissette, were booked into the Highlands County jail with no bond. They face charges of arson, producing marijuana, owning a structure where drugs are manufactured, and possession of marijuana over 20 grams. The arson count is a first-degree felony. The other charges are all third-degree felonies.
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