POLK COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - Deputies with the Polk County Sheriff's Office have seized 813 pounds of finished and 585 pounds of unfinished synthetic marijuana in a home bust on Thursday.
According to a press release, deputies were assisting agents from Harris County with reports of synthetic marijuana activity in the area.
Sheriff Kenneth Hammock said agents went to a home in the Canyon Park Subdivision, which someone in Harris County bought for the sole purpose of making the drug. That is when they discovered the loot.
They arrested Jarlin Amrando Ulloa and Mirna Rosibel Erazo Ulloa, both of Honduras, and Ali Sayed, of Sugar Land, and charged all three with first-degree delivery of synthetic marijuana. Bond for all three are $1 million.