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By Christa Jennings
Senior Staff Writer
A Sylacauga man was arrested last week on a marijuana charge following papers being served.
On March 16, Deputy Scott was serving civil papers on 59-year-old Thomas Hubbard and found that he had two warrants in Coosa County.
Reportedly Hubbard had to get dressed, and when he went into the residence, while keeping an eye on Hubbard, Scott saw a plastic bag containing a green leafy substance within view inside the residence.
Hubbard was then arrested and charged with first-degree possession of marijuana. His charge was elevated to first degree because he has a prior conviction of a second-degree marijuana possession charge.
His bond was set at $5,000, and he has since been released on bond to await trial.