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Three arrested in Thomasville marijuana bust

James Michael Hickox (Source: Thomas Co. Sheriff) James Michael Hickox (Source: Thomas Co. Sheriff)
Joshua Allen Reynard  (Source: Thomas Co. Sheriff) Joshua Allen Reynard (Source: Thomas Co. Sheriff)
Jennifer Lynn Marshall (Source: Thomas Co. Sheriff) Jennifer Lynn Marshall (Source: Thomas Co. Sheriff)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

According to Thomasville/Thomas County narcotics agents, about a quarter of a pound of hydroponically grown marijuana was seized. 

James Michael Hickox, Joshua Allen Reynard, and 28-year-old Jennifer Marshall, were taken into custody.

Agents received info that marijuana grown in Jacksonville was being kept and sold at the apartment at 121 Kings Drive.

They approached the dwelling and knocked on the door.

When one of the suspects answered, the agents were able to smell marijuana, so they entered the apartment and made the arrests.

"We initially saw some burned marijuana cigarettes in an ash tray there on some furniture. At which time it was seized because it was in plain view,"  said Thomas County Narcotics Commander Kevin Lee.

Agents say the suspects were cooperative and handed over the contraband.

Reynard is charged with marijuana possession with intent to distribute. Marshall and Hickox are charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession.

 

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