Burke County Narcotics officers said it was in an upstairs closet where they found the marijuana grow. Officers removed dozen of plants from the home Wednesday afternoon.
Father and son George and Byron Hemmings are charged with possession with intent to manufacture marijuana and maintaining a place for controlled substance.
George Hemmings didn't answer any of questions shortly after his arrest, but his son did talk briefly on his way to face a magistrate.
Investigators say this is the second time they have arrested the father for growing marijuana. Back in the summer of 2010, they said they discovered 186 plants in the same home, but, after going to court, investigators said he was sentenced to just probation.
"We catch them and lock them up but the court does what they want,” said Detective John Suttle with Burke County Narcotics.
Deputies tell us the street value for the pot is $136,000. They also seized three vehicles from the home.