1 charged with trafficking after south AL drug bust

Updated: Jul. 27, 2018 at 4:56 PM CDT
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Officers found three pounds of marijuana, multiple "THC edibles", "THC juice", two guns and...
Officers found three pounds of marijuana, multiple "THC edibles", "THC juice", two guns and $10,000 in cash. (Source: Houston County Sheriff's Office)
The 'treats' are actually THC foods and juices. (Source: Houston County Sheriff's Office)
The 'treats' are actually THC foods and juices. (Source: Houston County Sheriff's Office)

HOUSTON CO., AL (WSFA) - At first glance, they look like delicious candy treats, but law enforcement in south Alabama says there's nothing sweet about them.

The faux snacks were among evidence seized in a south Alabama drug bust that netting one man's arrest on trafficking charges.

Agents with the Houston County Sheriff's Office Vice Unit and the Alabama Drug Enforcement Task Force served a search warrant Thursday at a house on Creekwood Drive in Dothan.

Arrested was David Dewayne Wright, 30.

Officers found three pounds of marijuana, multiple "THC edibles", "THC juice", two guns and $10,000 in cash.

Wright is charged with drug trafficking in marijuana and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

He's being held at the Houston County Jail on a $160,000 bond.

The investigation is ongoing.

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