Police say a Marshfield man is facing marijuana charges after he unintentionally dialed 911.
State police say they received a 911 hang-up call last week from the home of 52-year-old Andrew Tibbittes but when the dispatcher called back, the phone was busy so police went to the home.
Police say no one answered the door, so the trooper walked around the house where he says he found four marijuana plants growing, according to the Barre-Montpelier Times Argus.
The trooper knocked on the door again and woke up Tibbittes who said there was no emergency.
Police searched the home and found two more marijuana plants.
Tibbittes is facing a felony charge of growing marijuana and a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession.
911 Hang-Up Leads to Marijuana Charges