Marijuana Farm Found at Home Owned by Former Frenship Coach
A former Frenship ISD coach and teacher could be facing more charges. Authorities arrested Ryan Glenn, 29, on Thursday. On Monday, he remained in the Lubbock County Jail for drug possession, including heroin and marijuana.
Glenn coached junior high football, and taught at the high school. He resigned from the district on Friday.
On Monday, police discovered fifty marijuana plants growing inside a central Lubbock home, owned by Ryan Glenn. Investigators say the ventilation system had been modified, and that the plants had lights and irrigation. Police say they are not sure if anyone was actually living there. The house, located in the 2600 block of 26th Street, appeared to be under renovation.
"He is the owner of the house, and neighbors have indicated that he comes and goes from the house," said Capt. Greg Stevens. "We're not exactly sure what his involvement is with the grow inside the house. Detectives are looking into that."
Stevens says the number of plants indicates that they were not meant for personal use. He says the marijuana was in the harvest stage, and could have been packaged for use.