By Portia Williams
JACKSON — According to reports from Jackson County Sheriff Tedd Frazier, his office in conjunction with a multiple agencies, dismantled a marijuana operation in Jackson, Ohio on Tuesday with an estimated worth of $500,000 dollars.
Sheriff’s office officials said in a collaborative effort Tuesday morning, 365 Marijuana plants were discovered at two adjoining Savageville Road properties in Jackson County, Ohio.
According to reports, the agencies served search warrants on the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 12, resulted in four males and one female being taken in for questioning from 1175 and 1193 Savageville Road addresses where the warrants were served.
David A. Hafer Sr., 50, Roger W. Hafer, 43, Tammy Hafer, and Michael W. Hafer, 61, all at the Savageville Road addresses, and Danny K. Lhamon Jr., 27, of Daisy Avenue in Jackson were all detained by authorities for questioning.
According to the sheriff’s office, Oak Hill Police Department, Coalton Police Department, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, The Jackson County Major Crimes Task Force, Division of Wildlife, Adult Parole Authority, Municipal Court Probation Department, Vinton and Scioto County Sheriff’s Offices, Scioto County Task Force, Jackson Police Department, Jackson County EMS, and Wellston Police Department, were the agencies involved in the marijuana bust.
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