The search of a residence in Dunnville in neighboring Casey County led to an arrest on Sunday afternoon, according to the Kentucky State Police.
Around 1:45 pm eastern time, Trooper Zach Scott received information about a subject cultivating marijuana in a residence located in the city limits of Dunnville on Dogwalk Street. Upon arrival, Trooper Scott and Trooper Clint Bale observed marijuana growing in plain view, through a window of the residence. A search of the residence and outbuilding resulted in five marijuana plants total.
Nicholas Hall, 23, of Dunnville, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and cultivating in marijuana (five plants or more) 1st offense. Hall was lodged in the Casey County Jail.