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Evansville man charged with dealing synthetic marijuana

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David Morrow, 41. (Indiana State Police) David Morrow, 41. (Indiana State Police)

An Evansville man is arrested and charged with dealing synthetic marijuana from his southeast side home. 

Indiana State Police says Thursday afternoon troopers a home at 2517 South St. James Boulevard in Evansville after receiving information that 41-year-old David Morrow was allegedly selling drugs.

ISP says when troopers searched Morrow's residence they found plant material that later tested positive for synthetic cannabinoids.

Troopers say they also found a Coca-Cola truck tin containing three homemade smoking devices and a large amount of hand rolled cigars containing plant material.

Troopers seized over three pounds of synthetic cannabinoids from Morrow's residence.

He was arrested and taken to the Vanderburgh County Jail where he is currently being held without bond. 

ARRESTED AND CHARGE: 
• David Jason Morrow, 41, 2517 South St. James Blvd, Evansville, IN 
1. Dealing in Synthetic Cannabinoids, Class D Felony

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