Investigators find 79 marijuana plants at home in Altoona

ALTOONA, Wis. (WEAU)--Investigators find 79 marijuana plants at a home in Altoona, leading to several charges.

34-year-old Christopher Ivkovich is charged with five counts, including manufacturing and delivering THC and maintaining a drug trafficking place.

According to the criminal complaint, last week investigators did a search warrant at Ivkovich's home on Highway 12 in Altoona. They found 79 marijauana plants in what they call a "sophisticated marijuana-growing operation."

A hearing is scheduled for July 1st.

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