Cops: Man Thinks He Hears Police Helicopters, Calls 911 to Admit Growing Pot

Cops say a Florida man allegedly growing marijuana heard what he thought were police helicopters and called 911 to turn himself in - but they weren't looking for him.

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Jasper Harrison, 47, reportedly was in a storage unit when he heard helicopters above him and apparently became worried they were there for him, so he called police.

But the Edgewater Police were investigating a man’s death that happened to be on the same street.

The helicopter wasn’t even a part of the police’s brigade; it belonged to a local TV station.

Police say when he called the cops, he alerted them to his whereabouts and when they arrived they found marijuana growing inside the unit.

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He faces charges of cultivating cannabis within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of the drug with intent to sell. He was released from jail on bond.

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