CAMPBELL, Ohio (WYTV) – Police arrested a Campbell man Friday, and said he brought marijuana with him to a court hearing, according to a police report and Campbell Police Lieutenant John Rusnak.
Rusnak said Al-Terrick Jackson, 36, was due in Campbell court Friday morning for a traffic-related charge. Campbell Police arrested him at the court after receiving a warrant for Jackson from Mahoning County officials on charges of burglary and abduction, among others, according to Rusnak.
Rusnak said officers smelled marijuana on Jackson when they arrested him, but that he denied having any kind of drugs.
Upon arriving at the jail, officers searched Jackson and said they found an amount of marijuana about the size of a golf ball.
Rusnak said Monday that charges for the marijuana possession have not been formally filed.
A phone number was not listed for Jackson on the police report.