43 year old Troy Voit of Rubicon has been sentenced to 18 months in prison and two years of extended supervision for growing marijuana at his home. Voit was charged with manufacturing or delivering THC, maintaining a drug trafficking place and possession of THC. According to the criminal complaint, a Washington County Sheriff’s Department detective received information on August 20, 2012, that there was a marijuana growing operation at a Kewaskum home. While investigating the complaint, the detective was led to a trail where he saw scores of marijuana plants in various stages of maturity. A total of 81 plants that were found outside the home tested positive for THC. An investigator reported that suspected marijuana found in the kitchen weighed 87.1 grams. Voit pleaded guilty to maintaining a drug trafficking place. Judge James Pouros dismissed but read the remaining charges into the record. Meanwhile, Voight’s girlfriend Raynee Heberer Voit, told a detective they were tight on money and trying to buy a house. She said Voit told her they could make extra money by growing marijuana and she agreed to go along with it. She was charged with possession of THC and drug paraphernalia. She pleaded guilty to possession of THC. The other charge was dismissed but read into the record. She was ordered to pay a $473.00 fine.