Suspected marijuana, smoke pipes, cash seized in Clark County drug raid

UPDATE @ 6:08 p.m. (May 25): Complaints from people living along Johnson Road in Clark County led to the search warrant that turned up suspected marijuana, smoke pipes, a handgun and nearly $900 in cash.

The fruits of the warrant search are likely to include at least three or four arrests, Lt. Rusty Garman, operations commander, German Township police officer, told News Center 7's Mike Campbell on Friday.

German Twp. police executed the warrant Thursday afternoon and on Friday displayed for the public what they seized from the home, which had its own specialized smoking room -- complete with a sign on the door announcing the room's purpose.

Credit: WHIO

Credit: WHIO

Police said the suspected marijuana will be sent to the state Bureau of Criminal Investigations, in London, Ohio, for testing.

Police also found three people and two pit bulls at the house. No arrests were made during the execution of the warrant.

Garman said the arrests likely will come after all the evidence from the four-month investigation has been gathered, evaluated and cataloged.


A drug-related search warrant was served this morning on Johnson Road, however no arrests have been made, according to police.

Officers were at the home around 11 a.m.

Police said they were at the home to gather evidence, however didn’t disclose any other details immediately.

The township’s police chief said more information could be released later this afternoon.

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