Payson Roundup:  “Medical marijuana patients with visible plants facing drug charges. . . . All three medical marijuana gardens triggered raids and arrests by Payson Police, when people with medical marijuana cards allegedly violated the strict limits on growing your own marijuana set by state law. Violators end up facing the same penalties as people without medical marijuana cards who grow pot. . . . The state’s voter-approved law stipulates that all medical-marijuana plants must be grown in enclosed, locked facilities. This can be inside or outside, so long as they’re not visible. #If grown outdoors, a wall at least 10 feet high, made of metal, concrete or stone, must block the view. The yard must also have a 1-inch thick metal gate.”