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Do you have any examples (other than FBISD portion of SCR and the southside of HISD)?

Probably Sienna Plantation's zone to Hightower High School.

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I turned out just fine with a Willowridge education........this school stuff is overrated...what yall should be focusing on is how these athletes from suburban areas get into big schools but barely can read.

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I believe there is some overreaction to the crime in Pearland as it is typical crime you would in any area of Houston. I always see patrols through my neighborhood and more recently the shopping centers (probably as a result of last weeks attempt). I'm actually more concerned when I shop at the Galleria, Highland Village, and Rice Village because there are always people trolling around looking for a quick buck.

I think as residents of Pearland it is up to us to speak up and make sure changes continue in regards to the police force, rather then run away. After all, there are low-income areas, all across Houston (yes, even Katy). And I laughed, when I read about the comparison between the ghettos of Chicago and Pearland. I've actually spent some time there and love to seem some of our little poser hood wannabes hang with the real hoods. With all the new development west of 288, those businesses aren't spending all that money to have their customers scared away by crime.

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That's not uncommon for new development. Then the demographics shift and eventually new schools get built to accomodate the new more affluent population. Pearland ISD has seen rapid improvement and Alvin ISD is next on the hit list. So it goes. You think Friendswood was always a top-rated district?

Friendswood maintains its top rating by drawing lines that keep the growth out of FISD. It's not a similar condition to what's going on in SCR.

The only high school in FISD is Friendswood. There are kids who live less than a couple of miles from Friendswood High who are zoned to Clear Creek, though. Believe me, it isn't the white kids in $350,000 homes ending up on the CCISD side of that line.

Friendswood is the closest thing to a private school you can get in a public one. And it isn't by accident.

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Wow...I live in Silverlake and I have not noticed the influx of thugs walking around my hood. I see people walking, jogging, pushing their babies, ect. How come all of these people aren't locked up in their houses with pistols in hand? I seriously doubt Silverlake, Silvercreek, SCR, Southern Trails, ect. will ever become the "hood". I personally have never seen a ghetto that has a golf course (even if it isn't the best..). The houses are too expensive and the property taxes are too high. The proximity to the Med Center will always be a bonus for Pearland.

I don't shop at WalMart because I don't like them period. I don't like the big crowds regardless of whether the clientele is Black, Hispanic, or Caucasian. As many people have stated, retail will bring crime, it's inevitable. I've shopped in the Woodlands and I've seen "thuggish/trashy" looking people there but I wouldn't label the Woodlands as being ghetto.

I know the statements in this post are random but I think it's laughable that pearlandgal thinks this master planned community is the hood. She obviously has never been to the real hood.

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Furthermore, if Pearland is going thuggish, it is absolutely is not too far gone. What ever happened to being behind your neighborhood? How do you think ghettos happen?

If Pearland does become the hood, it will be because people moved in alright, but not the thugs. It'll be due to the ones who refused to be part of their neighborhood and abandoned it at the first sign of growing pains. The thugs will move in after the good people leave. Then, it'll happen all over again in the next fast-growing community.

Pearland is not beyond hope...unless residents like pearlandgal2002 are the only ones there.

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My wife and I went to that Wal-Mart and the Kohls across the street on Friday night at 10:30 for the sales tax holiday. Saw lots of people, white, black, and Hispanic, but didn't see anyone who looked even a little like a thug. Also saw a little more security around. It felt perfectly safe.

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In response to pearlandgal, I don't see people leaving the west pearland area in droves. Yes, maybe you have a few friends in Silverlake, Silvercreek...etc. that want "out". But, looking at the MLS, I don't see hundreds of people selling their homes in those areas. As far as the "tacky" mall being built...(lol), from what I've heard and seen of Pearland Town Center's website, the mall will be awesome. We're going to have a Macys, Dillards and hundreds of other stores. This mall will be comparable to First Colony Mall in Sugar Land.

Hopefully you'll have luck selling your home because as you know the "mortgage crisis" is in full effect. Good luck in Katy...

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Saw lots of people, white, black, and Hispanic, but didn't see anyone who looked even a little like a thug.
next time take vert with you. he can point out the ones "straight out of TDC" to you. :wacko:

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In response to pearlandgal, I don't see people leaving the west pearland area in droves. Yes, maybe you have a few friends in Silverlake, Silvercreek...etc. that want "out". But, looking at the MLS, I don't see hundreds of people selling their homes in those areas. As far as the "tacky" mall being built...(lol), from what I've heard and seen of Pearland Town Center's website, the mall will be awesome. We're going to have a Macys, Dillards and hundreds of other stores. This mall will be comparable to First Colony Mall in Sugar Land.

Hopefully you'll have luck selling your home because as you know the "mortgage crisis" is in full effect. Good luck in Katy...

No it won't. I think the Pearland Town Center will be more like Katy's new mall (which will have the same stores and is outdoor).

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Monroe Rd is also being widened, which is essentially right across the beltway from Pearland Parkway.

A Super Target is in planning at this intersection as well.

my dad told me the a sign for target is now up.

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I'm a latecomer to this thread. It certainly was an interesting read. So it has now been 9 months since this thread was so lively, but maybe it's time for a revival, to take new stock of the situation in Pearland.

As a new resident to Pearland's west side, I can't say I am seeing evidence of the dire predictions made by some posters in this thread. I have coworkers who live in Silverlake and some of the apartments along 518 and they don't see it either. I frequently shop at the Target and Walmart along 518 near 288 and I don't feel unsafe in either store. And the person who was talking about the prison nearby? What's up with that? There isn't one (unless I missed it in my research). The TDCJ units are way over to the west, in the north Sugarland/Richmond area.

Facts speak best. Is there crime in Pearland ? Sure there is. Even in my nice new subdivision on the west side. But Pearland doesn't stand out in the GHA any more than other satelitte communities. Ok, back to the facts. You can go to the City of Pearland Police Depts. webpage and use this link to generate crime statistics for areas around the city. njvisitor shared that link in another thread here, but it deserves repeating in this thread.

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I'm a latecomer to this thread. It certainly was an interesting read. So it has now been 9 months since this thread was so lively, but maybe it's time for a revival, to take new stock of the situation in Pearland.

As a new resident to Pearland's west side, I can't say I am seeing evidence of the dire predictions made by some posters in this thread. I have coworkers who live in Silverlake and some of the apartments along 518 and they don't see it either. I frequently shop at the Target and Walmart along 518 near 288 and I don't feel unsafe in either store. And the person who was talking about the prison nearby? What's up with that? There isn't one (unless I missed it in my research). The TDCJ units are way over to the west, in the north Sugarland/Richmond area.

Facts speak best. Is there crime in Pearland ? Sure there is. Even in my nice new subdivision on the west side. But Pearland doesn't stand out in the GHA any more than other satelitte communities. Ok, back to the facts. You can go to the City of Pearland Police Depts. webpage and use this link to generate crime statistics for areas around the city. njvisitor shared that link in another thread here, but it deserves repeating in this thread.

There is one south of here off of 521 in Rosharon. It is about 15 miles south of Highway 6, which isn't really all that close. Here is a link to the Terrell Unit, which is also part of the Ramsey and Stringfellow units. The website says it's 4 miles west of 521, but I have seen parts of it while driving down 521.

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I personally haven't seen thugs or anything that shows Pearland is becoming a ghetto. But it is expected. When PTC opens it will be 3 miles retail on 518 from Kirby to Cullen. You don't expect things to remain like they were 10 years ago with all of that. My friend's wife's truck was broken into in daylight at 24hr fitness Shaq last year. Their staff says that's a frequent occurence. But overall I won't say these gets me jumpy. We've been out at 2am sometimes and didn't notice suspicious people.

Good link Timmywendy. Notice how Silverlake is crimefree. Wish I can afford a home there.

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My friend's wife's truck was broken into in daylight at 24hr fitness Shaq last year. Their staff says that's a frequent occurence. .

Unfortunately, cars are routinely broken into at fitness clubs all over Houston. Thieves know that people often leave money, wallets, purses and other valuables in their car when they go work out.

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There is one south of here off of 521 in Rosharon. It is about 15 miles south of Highway 6, which isn't really all that close. Here is a link to the Terrell Unit, which is also part of the Ramsey and Stringfellow units. The website says it's 4 miles west of 521, but I have seen parts of it while driving down 521.

15 miles is a huge distance in relation to the GHA. Just more evidence that the poster above was misinformed and panicky....or else motivated by another personal agenda.

Anyway, thanks for clearing that up.

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The main idea I get from reading this that theese bloggers are only living for themselves. By that, I mean, no one has stated that they volunteer for Clean Pearland, the Reading Center or any City sponsored programs--not to mention church activities.

They are critics of everything, but have no time to offer to the community. It is a free ride for them, and they don't want to give of themselves, however; they want, and want, and complain about the city.

There is an organization called the Citizens Police Academy who have a great time together, and they offer their time to help the city police. They have a period of training before they are allowed to go out into the community.

Pearland also has a wonderful group of people who love their volunteer fire group. These are people who again, give of their time to train to help out their community. The people who complain about the city have nothing to offer except negative whining. I have lived here for 40 years and find so much to be proud of in this community. The people are great, and they love living here. The letters I read have nothing to say about what they are doing for their community to make it great and keep it that way! I am totally discussed with these attitudes. Is this what the young adults have learned from Civic Class? They need to grow up!

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Where do I sign up for this?

Go to the City's website: www.ci.pearland.tx.us There a LOTS of opportunities--if you are interested in working with Citizen's Police Academy, click on City Departments, Police, then on the right side you will see a link: Apply for the Citizens Police Academy Online.

But there are opportunities to serve on Boards and Commissions, Code Enforcement (EYES OF PEARLAND), and many, many other ways to help Pearland be a wonderful, first class city.l

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Citizens police academy might be open to all but if you want to get on one of the boards or commisions you better have a backer. I have applied for one in the past and never heard another word. I hand delivered the application and called back to check on it and after several tries was told they never received it. I resubmitted an application and once again never heard from them. Again I called and was told once again that they never received it. At that point I checked with my "in the know sources" in Pearland and was told for the most part you have to be asked to serve on a board. There is still a lot of good old boys and back room deals in Pearland. It still only takes 1,500 to 1,600 votes o get elected to city council. Apathy runs rampent in Pearland. One of the reasons is that the city government is not open to new ideas and new people. The main reason my application was lost was because in the past I had dealings with the city concerning the same board I was applying for. Certain folks within city government remembered me from past dealings and witout any discussion or a vote, I was nixed. Moral of the story is watch what you say about getting involved with the city becauase it's not as open as you would think.

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Moral of the story is watch what you say about getting involved with the city because it's not as open as you would think.

Ditto.

You tried and that is what matters.

There are hundreds of Harper Valley PTA's out there and most block out reality. -_-

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Go to the City's website: www.ci.pearland.tx.us There a LOTS of opportunities--if you are interested in working with Citizen's Police Academy, click on City Departments, Police, then on the right side you will see a link: Apply for the Citizens Police Academy Online.

But there are opportunities to serve on Boards and Commissions, Code Enforcement (EYES OF PEARLAND), and many, many other ways to help Pearland be a wonderful, first class city.l

might want to re-read the context of my question. you state that the "critics" think they have a "free ride"... when in fact, we are all tax paying citizens that expect to have a certain level of expectations met by the city, and I think it is safe to say that crime rate is of high interest to those "critics".

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might want to re-read the context of my question. you state that the "critics" think they have a "free ride"... when in fact, we are all tax paying citizens that expect to have a certain level of expectations met by the city, and I think it is safe to say that crime rate is of high interest to those "critics".

Yes, we ALL pay taxes--one way or another. But that is not enough. Even if you can't get an appointment on a Board, there are still tons of other ways to help Pearland be a better city. If lowering the crime rate is what you want to do, then the Citizens Police Academy is open. Edmund Burke said,

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Activepearland has a very valid point, the more involved we become in our community, the better it'll become. Paying taxes is not even worth mentioning, as not paying taxes is illegal.

Of course, putting down people (i.e., "none of you volutneer! shame on you!") is a poor way to get people involved.

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Yes, we ALL pay taxes--one way or another. But that is not enough. Even if you can't get an appointment on a Board, there are still tons of other ways to help Pearland be a better city. If lowering the crime rate is what you want to do, then the Citizens Police Academy is open. Edmund Burke said, 'The only thing necessary for the triumph [of evil] is for good men to do nothing."

Complaining and paying taxes is not enough by itself.

How someone tries to address their particular concerns with the city is each individuals right. I don't think posting ones opinion on an internet forum makes one a "critic". I certainly don't expect people to always see my point of view, but I still won't make rash generalizations due to a few postings on an internet forum. And why can't one be more interested in putting their energy toward improving the way that our tax dollars are spent instead of doing what you reocommend? I commend and respect both for doing what they feel is worthy to better the community.

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How someone tries to address their particular concerns with the city is each individuals right. I don't think posting ones opinion on an internet forum makes one a "critic". I certainly don't expect people to always see my point of view, but I still won't make rash generalizations due to a few postings on an internet forum. And why can't one be more interested in putting their energy toward improving the way that our tax dollars are spent instead of doing what you reocommend? I commend and respect both for doing what they feel is worthy to better the community.

But you also have to remember, we have had a history of people being NIMBY's in various forms on here. While they are highly aware of their own particular crime situation (being a subdivision, neighborhood, or whatever) they want it taken care of without regard on how it will impact other people or resources overall.

For example: John Doe would want to have 4 police officers dedicated to a 9 block area around his home because of some break ins, that equates to 12 officers totally dedicated to his area for 24hrs. The crime rate drops, but he still wants to keep the officers there.

In the meantime, those 12 officers could have have been patrolling an even wider area with a higher crime rate. But of course, John Doe doesn't care.

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But you also have to remember, we have had a history of people being NIMBY's in various forms on here. While they are highly aware of their own particular crime situation (being a subdivision, neighborhood, or whatever) they want it taken care of without regard on how it will impact other people or resources overall.

For example: John Doe would want to have 4 police officers dedicated to a 9 block area around his home because of some break ins, that equates to 12 officers totally dedicated to his area for 24hrs. The crime rate drops, but he still wants to keep the officers there.

In the meantime, those 12 officers could have have been patrolling an even wider area with a higher crime rate. But of course, John Doe doesn't care.

in this case, as most cases, the 80/20 rule would certainly apply.

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For a few months now, I've been following the Pearland Police reports that are published online at the Pearland Journal. They publish them there about every 7-10 days. A very consistent crime seems to be theft at construction sites, both residential and commercial. For some typical examples, look at the latest crime report at this link.

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There is still a lot of good old boys and back room deals in Pearland. It still only takes 1,500 to 1,600 votes o get elected to city council. Apathy runs rampent in Pearland. One of the reasons is that the city government is not open to new ideas and new people.

I know this is old, but I don't normally read this thread. This comment struck me as odd. If it only takes 1500 votes to get elected, why don't a few motivated residents run the good ol' boys out? Blaming the incumbents when the number of votes needed to oust them is extremely low sounds very much like a copout. Just like residents who claim to have high expectations for their government, yet won't vote to fund it, or complaining about crime but leaving doors unlocked, and items in plain view, and do not know the non-emergency police number.

There are a lot of people who are not sharing in Houston's good economy, and some of them are engaging in a bit of self help. If we are not willing to pay for enough cops to blanket the city, you are going to be a victim, unless you engage in a little bit of your own self help. This is not a complicated equation.

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I don't have the time or the desire to run for City Council and the quote you took from my earlier post was in response to the fact that I had applied to serve on a board of the city in an effort to make things better in my community. The idea that it takes so few votes to get elected was pointing to the very apathy you are talking about. The reason it takes so few votes to get elected is because so few people turn out. I have backed and voted for people who would make a difference but dispite the individuals spending a lot of time, effort and money they were not elected. I go to city council meetings and have spoken on issues before them but at the end of the day a smaller group still runs the city. Times change and so will this situation, as more areas are annexed into the city of Pearland they are bringing in a different kind of individual that does not agree with the current leaders and they will displace the current administration, but thats still a ways off.

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Prior to Hurricane Ike, the Pearland Journal Online was publishing the Pearland police report every Wednesday. But since Sept. 10th, they haven't posted one. Too bad, because I was hoping to see the crime report for the area during the chaos of Ike. Well, maybe they will put out one this week, which will show more than just the prior week's activity.

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The Pearland Journal has started posting the weekly crime reports again. I'm not noticing any new trends in the post-Ike environment, but there was a gap in the reporting of about 3 weeks directly following the hurricane.

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I guess some of you saw this story in the news?

In my opinion, it makes a good case for having a diverse array of crime deterrents, such as a monitored home security system, deadbolts, and a firearm.

I also got an email alert from the PPD last week, stating that home invasions where up in Pearland as compared to last year. Something like 13 had been reported so far in 2009.

Everybody do what you can to stay safe!

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Here's the Chronicle's story on the meeting last night between the police and community members at the Westside Event Center:

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metrop...an/6277630.html

It's good to know that crime in the neighborhood is actually down; I wonder to what degree the increase for Pearland as a whole is due to population growth:

According to statistics released at that meeting, calls for service in Pearland increased by about 2 percent last year. At the same time, in the newly developed area of town near FM 518 and TX 288, calls for service have decreased by 10 percent since last year. Home burglaries in the area have also dropped by almost two-thirds from 74 in 2007 to 24 in 2008.

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Here's the Chronicle's story on the meeting last night between the police and community members at the Westside Event Center:

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metrop...an/6277630.html

It's good to know that crime in the neighborhood is actually down; I wonder to what degree the increase for Pearland as a whole is due to population growth:

I was at the meeting last night (yeah I know I'm not a SCR resident, but what the heck). The statistic they announced was that in 2007 the Pearland PD responded to 2,500 calls from SCR. In 2008, they only responded to 2,250 calls from SCR. So from that decrease it's logical to state crime dropped (or is it?).

As for the overall increase in crime in Pearland as a whole, I think it's exactly what you said - increased population. At the meeting, the police did not speculate on why the overall increase is occurring.

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I was at the meeting last night (yeah I know I'm not a SCR resident, but what the heck). The statistic they announced was that in 2007 the Pearland PD responded to 2,500 calls from SCR. In 2008, they only responded to 2,250 calls from SCR. So from that decrease it's logical to state crime dropped (or is it?).

As for the overall increase in crime in Pearland as a whole, I think it's exactly what you said - increased population. At the meeting, the police did not speculate on why the overall increase is occurring.

It is more complicated than increased population.

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This week the Brazoria Co. Sheriff's Dept. has opened up a new substation in the Silverlake subdivision's clubhouse. This should help security in Silverlake, Southwych, and Silver Creek. Read the full story here:

http://www.thefacts.com/story.lasso?ewcd=af48e1f965b31fa6

The Silverlake HOA took action to initiate this after the home invasions they suffered back in January. I applaude them for their effort.

Regards, Tim

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July 4th, ~12:30 pm

Neighbor's house was broken into. Walked right into their back yard, busted out a back master window, stole jewelery, set off motion detector alarm, then exited through the garage. Apparently the idiots left blood and fingerprints on the window and may have already been caught.

Can't believe this would happen on a Saturday afternoon in broad daylight right next door...

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Crazy they'd do that on a Saturday afternoon. What's your subdivision Clearman?

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Crazy they'd do that on a Saturday afternoon. What's your subdivision Clearman?

I think some thugs decided to use the distraction of the holiday to target some of our west side neighborhoods. Late Saturday night a couple of cars parked on a street in Southern Trails were burglarized. My theory is that the thugs used the sound of sporadic fireworks in the vicinity as a cover.

I'll remember this next year!

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This isn't in Pearland, per se, but it happened just on the city's west edge on County Rd. 48 (Kingsley Drive). The site of the raid was the land just south of the Enclave at Southern Trails, which is where the Pearland city limit ends. Last Wednesday evenign when the police helicopter and all the cop cars showed up, the neighborhood watch communications we have set up in Southern Trails went into high gear. We eventually found out the following story, which was released Thursday afternoon:

Officers find 1,200 Marijuana Plants in Raid Published October 9, 2009, in the Brazoria Co. FACTS, by John Lowman.

ANGLETON — The pungent aroma of newly cut marijuana plants filled the dank air inside a Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office evidence garage as mosquitos buzzed around two officers.

“It’s not as impressive here as it was growing,” said Sgt. J. Brawner with the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit. “That’s a lot of marijuana.”

About 7 p.m. Wednesday, authorities raided a 40- by 80-foot Quonset hut, a home and store in the 2300 block of CR 48 North in Rosharon, just south of FM 518 in Pearland, Brawner said. Responding to a telephone tip, officers found about 1,200 growing marijuana plants, drying buds and leaves, and plastic and glass containers in which pot was placed.

There also were glass containers of hashish oil, which comes from marijuana plants and is compressed into a variety of forms, including balls, cakes or cookies.

Inside the cavernous evidence bay, the jars of liquid and piles of plants didn’t seem like much, spread over a 40- by 30-foot area. But the drugs have a street value of $1.94 million, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

Police suspect two men, ages 23 and 53, who own or live on the property, were growing the crop, but no arrests have been made or charges filed.

“We’re still investigating,” Brawner said.

The frame home, Quonset hut and retail shop are on two adjacent lots set back from FM 518, which is Broadway Avenue in Pearland. Items sold from the business included what police called “paraphernalia.” Authorities found about a half pound of pot inside the home but none in the business.

Plants were growing in the Quonset hut, which had been converted into what Brawner called “an operation” to process the pot.

The building was divided into smaller rooms in which plants in various stages of growth were kept, Brawner said.

Most plants were grown in pots but some were brought up by hydroponics, or the use of mineral nutrient solutions in water without soil.

“It was a very elaborate setup,” Brawner said. “Someone had invested quite a bit of money into it.”

Police seized “several” shotguns and rifles, a refrigerator used to store contraband and $10,000 cash, according to the release. They also found about 35 cultivation lamps and a large evaporator, according to the release.

Had all the plants reached maturity, they could have produced up to 2,500 pounds of marijuana. It appeared marijuana from the buildings already was being sold, Brawner said. Police were on the scene until about 2 a.m. Thursday.

By 5 p.m. Thursday, the pot plants were spread across the concrete floor at the Sheriff’s Office to dry. From there, the drugs will be bagged as evidence and locked up until use at a trial. Afterward, they will be destroyed, police said.

Felony charges of possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance are pending, Brawner said.

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Brazoria County Sheriff's Dept is UNAMERICAN!!!

Here we have a couple of hard-working Americans, filled with the can-do entrepreneurial spirit that made America great...and the sheriff wants to shut down their business and ship their jobs across the border to Mexico (or Vancouver, BC...depending on the quality of the merchandise.)

Joseph Kennedy must be spinning in his grave!

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