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TROUTDALE — A Troutdale man has been charged after police found marijuana plants growing on his property and drug paraphernalia in his home last week.
Grayson County Sheriff Richard Vaughan said officers with his department conducted a search at the resident of James Newton Johnson at 237 Ripshin Road in Troutdale on Aug. 4.
The search revealed a small quantity of marijuana inside the residence, along with drug paraphernalia. Deputies also searched the backyard and woods adjacent to the property, where 25 marijuana plants were found.
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