I'll give the guy this much credit: he's got some serious cojones. The Associated Press reports: A woman's suspicions about a long-locked basement room have led to the arrest of her husband on a charge of marijuana cultivation. James Sewell, 45, was taken into custody Thursday. He was later freed on $3,000 bond. Jefferson County sheriff's spokeswoman Jacki Tallman said Sewell's wife found a book on how to grow marijuana and a key to a room that had been locked for five years. When the woman opened the basement room door, she found marijuana plants and called sheriff's deputies. Tallman said the deputies obtained a search warrant and confiscated 42 plants in different stages of growth.