Authorities arrested an Arkansas man Wednesday morning after finding nearly 30 marijuana plants on his property, according to a sheriff's office report.
Craighead County deputies reportedly executed a search warrant at Dustin Clouse's home in Bono on Friday afternoon. There, authorities say, they found marijuana plants in front of and behind a shed next to the house as well as hanging inside the shed to dry.
They removed a total of 27 plants from the property, according to the report.
Authorities said they also found a small bag contained 1.9 grams of what appeared to be marijuana and a marijuana grinder inside the house. In another shed, there was a bag containing 6 grams of suspected marijuana, pipes, grinders, rolling papers in another shed, the report states.
Clouse, 35, faces two felony counts for manufacture and possession of a controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released on his own recognizance about an hour after he was booked Wednesday, jail records show.