Friday, April 27, 2007

Man On Drug Diversion Program Arrested For Growing Marijuana

A Smithfield teenager is facing felony charges for allegedly growing marijuana, in violation of an agreement he signed in court in February not to violate any laws. Herman Verrand Daniels II, 19, was arrested Wednesday after narcotics agents went to a Jon Drive home and reportedly found 3 marijuana plants growing beside the house. A small amount of marijuana and a large quantity of drug paraphernalia was allegedly found inside the residence. Daniels appeared before District Court Judge Andy Corbett on February 22 on felony marijuana possession charges. Daniels agreed to enter a drug diversion program and not violate any laws. In return, the case against him would be dismissed in February 2008. Court documents from February indicate Daniels admitted to possession marijuana and drug paraphernalia on two occasions. Daniels is now facing two new felony and two misdemeanor drug charges. He was placed in the Johnston County Jail under a $27,500 bond.


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