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Seminole police arrest Odessa couple with almost 1 pound of marijuana

Jonathan Long, 27 (Source: Seminole Police) Jonathan Long, 27 (Source: Seminole Police)
Tina Mendes, 29 (Source: Seminole Police) Tina Mendes, 29 (Source: Seminole Police)
SEMINOLE, TX (KCBD) -

Seminole police say they've arrested two people from Odessa for possessing approximately one pound of marijuana.

Sgt. Cory Furlow pulled over a pickup truck based on a traffic violation and found approximately one pound of marijuana in the bed of the truck, along with some drug paraphernalia.

Jonathan Long, 27 and Tina Mendes, 29, were arrested and charged with possessing over 4 ounces of marijuana - a state jail felony.

Officer Zachary Anthony assisted with the search.

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