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Arrest made after investigators reportedly intercept package

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Left to right: Chief Deputy Randy King, Sheriff Mike Blakely, Inv. Justin Flanagan, Inv. Mike Boyles. Three long guns and ammunition, 12 pound bundle, $675, and a glass jar of high grade marijuana “buds”.(Source: Limestone Co. Sheriff's Office) Left to right: Chief Deputy Randy King, Sheriff Mike Blakely, Inv. Justin Flanagan, Inv. Mike Boyles. Three long guns and ammunition, 12 pound bundle, $675, and a glass jar of high grade marijuana “buds”.(Source: Limestone Co. Sheriff's Office)
Nave was formally charged with Trafficking in Marijuana, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was released after posting a $56,000 bond. (Source: Limestone Co. Sheriff's Office) Nave was formally charged with Trafficking in Marijuana, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was released after posting a $56,000 bond. (Source: Limestone Co. Sheriff's Office)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A local man faces is accused of receiving drugs in the mail and faces charges Friday night.

Investigators intercepted the package in Huntsville and found 12 pounds of high-grade marijuana inside.

Investigators delivered the package to a home on Huntsville-Brownsferry Road in Limestone County where they made an arrest.

After searching the home, investigators said they found another half pound of marijuana, cocaine, more than $600 in cash, three long guns and ammunition.

Authorities arrested 28-year-old Bobby Estel Ben Nave. He faces numerous charges including trafficking marijuana.

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