Leon County deputies served a search warrant at a home on Pepper Drive Monday night and wound up seizing about $1,000 worth of Mexican pressed pot and nearly $7,000 in cash.
They watched the house for two months, and business was brisk.
James McQuaig of the Leon County Sheriff's Office says, "There was enough traffic at this location that when we there serving the search warrant two customers showed up trying to buy cannabis from the defendant, so there was steady traffic in and out."
Twenty-eight-year-old Roscoe Wooten was arrested and accused of possession with intent to sell. Deputies say he sold mostly $10 and $25 bags of pot, and estimate he could sell a pound in three or four days.
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