BUTLER, Ind. (WFFT) - Police in Butler are investigating after finding a large amount of marijuana during a welfare check.
It started last week when officers were called to a home in the Northcrest trailer park for a welfare check.
Police said while officers were there, they smelled pot coming from the home.
During a search, officers found more than 147 grams of marijuana, pipes and scales.
No one was arrested at the time, but charges are expected to be filed as the investigation continues.
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