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Three Arrested In Edmond Marijuana Bust Near School

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From left: 20-year-old Connell Smith, 20-year-old Alisha Poole, and 22-year-old Tre'Aric Brunious From left: 20-year-old Connell Smith, 20-year-old Alisha Poole, and 22-year-old Tre'Aric Brunious
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

Three people were arrested following a marijuana bust in Edmond, Oklahoma, Wednesday night.

According to Edmond police, the department's Criminal Investigations Unit and SWAT team executed a search warrant at a home in the 300 block of W. 10th Street.

During the search, officers said they found 466 grams of marijuana, digital scales, smoking pipes, a Marlin .22 rifle, a 9mm handgun, and about $947 in cash.

According to police, the house is located about one block south of Sunset Elementary School.

Police arrested three suspects, 20-year-old Connell Smith, 20-year-old Alisha Poole, and 22-year-old Tre'Aric Brunious, in connection to the drug bust.

All three now faces charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and possession of CDS within 100 feet of a school.

The suspects were taken to the Oklahoma County Jail. Edmond police said they will present charges to the Oklahoma County District Attorney's office.

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