Police officers had been called to investigate reports of drug use at an apartment at 39 Eldridge Street. Police followed a strong marijuana smell to an apartment that had sliding bookcases which concealed a marijuana farm. There was an estimated $1 million of marijuana growing in the space with "specially built irrigation and ventilation system" (a ventilation system that didn't work that well, Gothamist thinks). The Post reports that when the police got a search warrant (based on seeing a few pot plants in the apartment) "they quickly found the remote-control devices. They pushed the buttons on the remote controls - and the bookcases opened to reveal the farm, consisting of 400 to 500 pot trees, all 4 to 5 feet tall." Sliding bookcases! This is what has been missing from Gothamist's life. Not that we have anything to hide.