Police said the suspect spoke with officers and that all three went inside his home. Once inside, officers spotted what appeared to be a marijuana grow room.
Columbus police’s Special Operations unit then became involved, police said. According to reports, 15 marijuana plants and 55 seedlings totalling $137,000 were found in the home.
Sealy was arrested and charged with possession/distribution/manufacturing marijuana, cruelty to animals and discharging a firearm, reports state. His brother, Frank Sealy, 42, also faces a charge of possession/distribution/manufacturing marijuana, said Capt. Gil Slouchick.
Both have Columbus Recorder’s Court hearings scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday.