A Boise man was arrested Monday and charged with manufacturing of a controlled substance right after authorities seized marijuana plants on his home in Boise County.

According to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday, Gerald Dean Uehlin, 68, was charged in Boise County and was arraigned at the Idaho City Courthouse for allegedly manufacturing a controlled substance by “growing, propagating or possessing marijuana plants.”

The Boise County Sheriff’s Workplace posted on Facebook that the search warrants had been served in the Clear Creek region and that a “marijuana grow” was located, major to the seizure of the plants.

Uehlin was released on his personal recognizance and is due in court for a preliminary hearing on Sept. 30 at 11 a.m.