Hearing March 7 in marijuana case

A March 7 preliminary hearing has been set for a Ramona man who has been charged with cultivating marijuana.

Edward Michael Hanson, 30, has pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana for sale and to cultivating marijuana in a Ramona business park on Dec. 17. He remains free on $25,000 bond.

Sheriff’s deputies were answering a burglar alarm at 3 a.m. when they found the marijuana plants growing in several suites at 607 Brazos St. They seized growing equipment, marijuana food products, plants and other items.

The felony charges were filed Dec. 27 in San Diego Superior Court.

—Neal Putnam

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