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32.2 grams of meth found in Electra home

Zachary Louis Green (Source: KAUZ) Zachary Louis Green (Source: KAUZ)
ELECTRA, TX (KAUZ) -

A call about a missing dog leads to an arrest for drugs in Electra. 

On April 10th an Electra Police Officer was called out to a home in the 500 block of N Waggoner in reference to a missing dog that belongs to someone else, possibly located at this residence. 

Officers said when Zachary Louis Green, 33, opened the door the officer smelled a strong odor of marijuana. 

The officer asked to search the residence and was given permission by Green. When the officer entered the residence he observed a marijuana smoking pipe on the nightstand in a front bedroom. 

Green told officers his roommate has just finished smoking marijuana. 
During the search, Green told officers he had a handgun under his mattress in his bedroom. 

While retrieving the gun an officer also located a sock rolled up and a small clear plastic baggie containing a white crystal substance on a shelf on the dresser. 

Inside the rolled up sock was a larger clear plastic baggie containing more of a white crystal substance along with smaller baggies that had nothing in them. A measuring scale was also found in the bedroom. 

Green was arrested for Manufacture or Delivery PG1 and taken to jail. The substance tested positive for methamphetamine and weighed 32.2 grams. 

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