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Couple arrested for growing pot in their home

Chadwick Millican  (Source:  Randolph Co. Sheriff) Chadwick Millican (Source: Randolph Co. Sheriff)
Brenda Millican  (Source:  Randolph Co. Sheriff) Brenda Millican (Source: Randolph Co. Sheriff)

RANDOLPH COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – A Randolph County couple faces multiple charges after deputies uncover dozens of pot plants growing in their home.

On Saturday, July 23, deputies arrested Chadwick and Brenda Millican.

According to Sheriff Gary Tribble, while serving an arrest warrant on Chadwick Millican for unrelated charges, deputies found 16 marijuana plants growing inside their home on Blackwell Den Road.

The couple was arrested and charged with manufacturing a controlled substance (marijuana), possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use.

 

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