Columbus police arrested three people late Wednesday after they smelled marijuana coming from a North Oakley Drive apartment, reports state.
Kimberly Joyce Boynton, 22; Corey R. Graddy, 23; and Desjuan Malik Toliver, 18, each face charges of possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of marijuana and possession of drug related objects. Toliver also faces unrelated charges of burglary and auto theft, police said.
According to reports, officers smelled the strong scent of marijuana coming from Boynton and Graddy’s apartment about 10 p.m. Wednesday. Boynton opened the door, and officers saw in plain view suspected marijuana on the living room table.
Officers then found two bags of suspected marijuana worth about $1,163. A digital scale was also found, police said.
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Toliver faces unrelated charges from a Garrett Pines Drive burglary. Electronics worth $1,400 and a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado were taken in the burglary, reports state.