BOWLING GREEN - Wood County sheriff's deputies arrested a Luckey, Ohio, man for allegedly trafficking in marijuana after an investigator with the state fire marshal's office found nine pounds of suspected marijuana in a garage that had burned Friday.
James Glambin, 44, was arrested after deputies seized the marijuana, which had an estimated street value of $17,000, drug paraphernalia and packaging materials, a camper, firearms, and more than $12,000 cash.
Deputies said they also arrested Tracy Jones, 58, of Weston and Linda Potvin, 44, of Bowling Green after searching a Weston apartment Tuesday, where they found unspecified amounts of suspected cocaine, OxyContin, and marijuana along with drug paraphernalia, cash, documents, and a car.
Mr. Jones, who was charged with trafficking in cocaine, and Ms. Potvin, who was charged with drug abuse, are to appear in Bowling Green Municipal Court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing.
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