Crime

3 charged after receiving marijuana via FedEx

Three men were charged Wednesday after investigators found marijuana that had been delivered via FedEx to a home in Henry County, Kentucky State Police said.

State police learned that a package containing "a sizable quantity of marijuana was expected to be delivered to 5363 Castle Highway in Pleasureville from California," according to a news release from the Campbellsburg state police post.

Troopers began surveillance of the address in Henry County. After the package was delivered, a vehicle driven by Evan Roseman, 24, of Crestwood, left the home, state police said. Police stopped the vehicle in Eminence and found a little less than half a pound of marijuana.

Roseman was charged with driving under the influence and careless driving, failure to notify the Department of Transportation of an address change, and trafficking in marijuana, state police said. A passenger, John Abraham, 25, of Crestwood, also was charged with trafficking in marijuana.

Troopers returned to the home in Pleasureville and arrested Eric Williams, who lived at the home. Williams was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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