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Two Texas men arrested, charged with trafficking 56 pounds of marijuana in Nashville

According to reports on lebanondemocrat.com, two Texas men were arrested by Nashville Metro narcotics detectives on Wednesday, April 23, for allegedly attempting to distribute 56 lbs of marijuana at a Madison storage facility.

Both 36-year-old Richards A. Owens, of Needville, Texas, and 43-year-old Lazaro Munoz, of Roma, Texas, remained jailed as of Friday, April 25, on $100,000 bonds each for “charges of possession of the four bundles of marijuana for resale.”

According to reports, an investigation into Owens and Munoz revealed that the two arrived at a Nashville motel before driving a Ford F-350 pickup truck to a storage facility on S Gallatin Pike.

Both men were arrested by detectives inside a storage unit with a black bag containing four bundles of compressed marijuana.

By: Denton Ramsey

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