Houston Rapper Busted For Growing ‘Weed’ At Home
A popular Houston rapper was arrested by Fort Bend County deputies on Monday in Texas after a search at his home revealed a marijuana growing operation.
Between 5 to 50 pounds marijuana plants were growing at the Missouri City home of Houston rapper ‘Tow Down’ born Bryan Andrew Theriot, 30, along with Hydrocodone, Alprazolam and ecstasy tablets.
According to Houston’s Fox 26, a search warrant was issued on the rapper’s home due to an investigation that was brought on by the Fort Bend County Narcotics Task Force as part of the Houston High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Initiative.
It seems the rapper had a full setup for growing ‘weed’ in his home since agents found artificial lighting devices, water pumps and timers commonly used in the growth of hydroponics marijuana.
Tow Down was known for his solo releases “Chicken Fried Steak” and “Rich Girl,” a sample by Hall & Oates which both had frequent airplay on radio.
“Country Rap Tune” video by Tow Down