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Suspects in Boardman pot bust free on bond

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Terrell Engles Terrell Engles
Lestacia Scott Lestacia Scott

BOARDMAN, Ohio - Two suspects are free on $12-thousand bond after police say they found 22 lbs of marijuana at a Township apartment.

Terrell Engles, 33, and Lestacia Scott, 21, appeared in court today charged with drug trafficking in the vicinity of a juvenile.

The two were arrested Saturday around 8:30 a.m. after police executed a search warrant at a Sheridan Avenue apartment, according to a police report.

Police say that among the items found was a sealed Fed Ex ground box with approximately 13 lbs of marijuana, and a garbage bag containing nine lbs of marijuana.

 Police found a child in the basement of a building near the crime scene. 

 

 





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