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The case of the missing marijuana

BAKER A man and woman were arrested on various drug related charges, among others, after an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputy found methamphetamine making materials and marijuana which later vanished in their house.

On May 26 the deputy went to a Hard Times Lane residence where a man had made a suspicious discovery. He’d found a pseudoephedrine package, a water bottle containing an unknown chemical, and a peeled battery casing all of which are used in making meth.

This led the deputy to a Lighthouse Church Road residence, where 30 year old Michael Justin Hughes and 31 year old Katherine Brooke Cox lived. The deputy immediately found the burned remnants of pseudoephedrine blister packages and peeled battery casings in a backyard fire p tommy hilfiger it.

The two allowed the deputy to search their house. He found rifles and a sawed off shotgun, which Hughes was not supposed to have as he’d been convicted of a felony in a previous case. The deputy also found ammunition at various places around the house.

He then found marijuana in a plastic bag and a pipe on the nightstand next to the bed. A second bag of marijuan tommy hilfiger a turned up in a cabinet in the living room. He put the evidence on the kitchen table as he continued his search.

At one point, the deputy wrote in the arrest report, he saw Hughes open a filing cabinet on the back porch and hide a plastic bottle containing an unknown substance.

“I attempted to place handcuffs on the defendant when he conducted a bowel movement and fecal matter traveled down his leg and onto the kitchen floor,” the deputy wrote.

The deputy escorted the man to the bathroom so he could clean himself up, and when he returned the evidence on the kitchen table had vanished. Both Hughes and Cox denied doing anything with it.

While searching for the evidence a second time, the deputy found two new pipes.

Eventually the deputy found the first pipe, but the marijuana had not been found when the arrest report was filed.

Hughes was charged with possession of a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon, drug equipment possession, and tampering with evidence. Cox was charged with drug equipme tommy hilfiger nt possession and tampering with evidence.

BAKER A man and woman were arrested on various drug related charges, among others, after an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputy found methamphetamine making materials and marijuana which later vanished in their house.

On May 26 the deputy went to a Hard Times Lane residence where a man had made a suspicious discovery. He’d found a pseudoephedrine package, a water bottle containing an unknown chemical, and a peeled battery casing all of which are used in making meth.

This led the deputy to a Lighthouse Church Road residence, where 30 year old Michael Justin Hughes and 31 year old Katherine Brooke Cox lived. The deputy immediately found the burned remnants of pseudoephedrine blister packages and peeled battery casings in a backyard fire pit.

The two allowed the deputy to search their house. He found rifles and a sawed off shotgun, which Hughes was not supposed to have as he’d been convicted of a felony in a previous case. The deputy also found ammunition at various places around the house.

He then found marijuana in a plastic bag and a pipe on the nightstand next to the bed. A second bag of marijuana turned up in a cabinet in the living room. He put the evidence on the kitchen table as he continued his search.

At one point, the deputy wrote in the arrest report, he saw Hughes open a filing cabinet on the back porch and hide a plastic bottle containing an unknown substance.

“I attempted to place handcuffs on the defendant when he conducted a bowel movement and fecal matter traveled down his leg and onto the kitchen floor,” the deputy wrote.

The deputy escorted the man to the bathroom so he could clean himself up, and when he returned the evidence on the kitchen table had vanished. Both Hughes and Cox denied doing anything with it.

While tommy hilfiger searching for the evidence a second time, the deputy found two new pipes.

Eventually the deputy found the first pipe, but the marijuana had not been found when the arrest report was filed.

Hughes was charged with possession of a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon, drug equipment possession, and tampering with evidence. Cox was charged with drug equipment possession and tampering with evidence.