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Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's son arrested in Troy

(Source: Troy Police Department) (Source: Troy Police Department)
TROY, AL (WSFA) -

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's son Caleb Moore was arrested over the weekend in Troy, according to the Troy Police Department.

Caleb Moore, 24, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana second degree.

Sunday at about 2:30 p.m., Troy police officers responded to a report of a break-in on Allen Street, according to court documents.

Officers came in contact with five men near the scene. An officer smelled marijuana from inside the vehicle and during a search found a plastic bag containing marijuana and four Xanax pills in the glove box. The bag was on top of a wallet with Caleb Moore's passport inside, according to the court documents.

Caleb Moore was transported to the city jail and released on $7,500 bond for the controlled substance charge and $1,000 bond for the marijuana possession charge.

Scott Hoyem, a spokesman for the Alabama Administrative Office of Courts, said Roy Moore had no comment, calling it a personal matter.

In 2012, Caleb Moore pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance in St. Clair County. In 2011, at the age of 20, he was charged with driving under the influence and drug possession and applied to be classified as a youthful offender.

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