A man was arrested after a camouflaged home was discovered near the Tujunga Ponds Wildlife Sanctuary in California.
An article on Yahoo.com said Robert Downs, 51, created the elaborate structure which had tables, shelves, fire extinguishers, four bunks beds, and even a barbecue patio.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies on patrol Monday reportedly discovered the structure.
They also said Downs had cultivated marijuana plants outside the home, but did not have a permit which is a felony, according to the article.
Downs was also reportedly charged with building a house on county property.
Yahoo.com said two others found with Downs were released after being cited with infractions. Read more.
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