A North Carolina police dispatcher’s husband was hauled away on Monday after police seized sixty-five pounds of marijuana from their home, totaling up to $130,000.
34-year-old Blong Ly Vang, the husband of the unidentified dispatcher, had sixty-five pounds of pot stashed around the house, which was also inhabited by two children under 16.
Catawba County narcotics officers reportedly got a warrant after noticing heavy drug traffic in the area. After Vang’s wife, who worked for the Hickory Police Department, reportedly consented to a search, deputies found three pounds of weed.
Breaking Catawba County- just got this video of the marijuana deputies seized north of Claremont. pic.twitter.com/LljefQMjJI
— Dave Faherty (@FahertyWSOC9) January 30, 2018
Following the second search, bundles of marijuana were found stashed in the master bedroom, sealed inside of plastic totes. Also seized were a stolen gun from Georgia, a second weapon, digital scales, and vacuum sealers.
According to the New York Post, Vang was charged with felony trafficking marijuana by possession, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, felony maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances, felony possession of a weapon by convicted felon, and felony possession of a stolen firearm
Needless to say, Mrs. Vang is no longer working for HPD, though charges have not been filed against her.
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