By Nate Smith Times Herald
The Washington Times-Herald
---- — WINSLOW — The Pike County Sheriff’s Department arrested three people in connection with a marijuana growing operation Friday morning.
According to a release from the Pike County Prosecutor’s office and information from the Pike County Sheriff’s office, 133 plants were found in a trailer at 280E 375S in Winslow.
The plants, according to deputies, were starters around two to three feet high. Deputies Chad Tharp, Dallas Killian and Buck Seger also found paraphernalia and three indviduals, Schuyler Hume, Roger Hume and Kayla Shey Kell.
The three were taken to the Pike County Security Center. Both Humes were preliminarily charged with cultivating and dealing marijuana and maintaining a common nuisance. Kell was preliminarily charged with maintaining a common nuisance. Bond for Kell was set at $3,500 while the Humes are awaiting bond amount.