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Police seize 10 pounds of marijuana in search of Latrobe home |

Police seize 10 pounds of marijuana in search of Latrobe home

| Monday, February 22, 2016 4:42 p.m

State police seized about 10 pounds of marijuana during a search of a Latrobe home Friday afternoon.

When investigators served a search warrant at a Weldon Street house at 3 p.m., two men climbed out a third-floor window and onto a porch roof, according to a criminal complaint.

Police said Joey Ryan Milhomme, 21, of Hollywood, Fla., jumped from the porch roof and attempted to run. Renorvio Lafie Holloman, 22, of Central Lawrenceville, Allegheny County, surrendered on the roof, police said.

During their search of the home, police also found a digital scale and $1,370, according to court papers.

Both suspects are being held in the Westmoreland County Prison on charges of conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver, drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Milhomme’s bond is set at $75,000. Holloman’s is $50,000.

Preliminary hearings are set for Feb. 29.

Categories: Westmoreland
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