North Charleston police seized 10 pounds of marijuana at a Louise Drive home on Thursday.
Authorities arrested Michael Huber, 61, and charged him with trafficking marijuana and possession of marijuana in the proximity of a school.
After investigating a "suspicious car" on Louis Drive, police began searching the area due to recent burglaries and copper thefts, an incident report stated.
Officers smelled a strong odor of marijuana comring from one of the homes on Louise Drive, the report stated.
Inside the house, police found marijuana inside a locked room and the attic, police said. Investigators also saw "green plant like material" on a digial scale, which Huber hid in a plastic bag in a drawer, according to the report.
Editor's note: Due to information provided, earlier versions of this story had incorrect information. Police seized 10 pounds of marijuana.
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