Couple arrested for growing an illegal substance in their home

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GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. — Oklahoma County Police was assisting Garvin County Police on a possible warrant arrest.

Officers went to the 7600 block of N. Harrah to look for the subject.

Police say the person they were looking for was not home, but while deputies were there, they noticed marijuana plants growing inside the home.

There turned out to be a total of seven marijuana plants, according to police.

Robin Cox, 46,  and Joseph Hazlewood, 46, were in the home at the time, and were arrested and charged with unlawful cultivation of a controlled dangerous substance.

Joseph Hazlewood and Robin Cox

Joseph Hazlewood and Robin Cox

There was a 410 gauge long rifle in the home which led to a charge of possession of an offensive weapon while committing a felony, as well.

Cox and Hazlewood have a bond of $10,000 each.


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