Mom, 2 sons freed on bond after drug arrests

GREENWICH - A mother and her two sons were freed on bond this evening after facing a judge on charges of operating a drug factory out of their Greenwich home.

Lorraine Martin and her sons, Christopher and Edward, were arrested on Aug. 20 after police say they confiscated 12 grams of marijuana, scales and traces of cocaine from their house. Police say they received a tip after neighbors complained about illegal drug sales in the residence.

Martin and her sons did not enter a plea in Stamford Superior Court and had no comment on the charges.

They are due back in court at the end of September.

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