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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Jeffersonville Police Department Drug Investigation Unit and the Clarksville Police Department Narcotics Division have arrested one man after searching a Jeffersonville apartment where there was suspected narcotics trafficking on Friday, according to a news release.
Police say inside the apartment of 22-year-old Maxwell Lin they found 2 lbs. of high-grade hydroponically grown marijuana, 14 grams of hashish, and two handguns. Police say they also confiscated materials associated with the sale of illegal drugs, including small plastic bags and scales.
According to police, the drugs that were found in the apartment had an estimated value of $10,000, and had been shipped to the residence from California.
Lin is now behind bars, and has been preliminarily charged with dealing in marijuana over 30 grams within 1,000 feet of a family housing complex (a Class C Felony), and maintaining a common nuisance (a Class D Felony), according to the release.