During a raid on a North Carolina house this week deputies said they found evidence on they stove top.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office was executing a search warrant as part of an investigation into a reported indoor marijuana growing operation.
Narcotics agents said during the raid they discovered baked pot brownies fresh out the oven and cooling on the stove top. Authorities also found numerous marijuana plants in the home.
The suspect, Michael Cheeseman, had converted marijuana into a butter and oil both containing high values of THC for consumption or cooking, according to the sheriff's office.
Cheeseman was charged with trafficking marijuana by manufacturing, trafficking marijuana by possession, possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana, and felony maintaining a dwelling place, and an out building for the manufacturing, storage, use and sells of an illegal controlled substance, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.