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Local man jailed for 8 lbs. of fake weed
LIVINGSTON — At about 7 a.m. Friday, Jan. 28, Deputies Glenn Edwards and Mark Dubose with the Polk County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to Polk's Pick it Up south of Livingston on U.S. Hwy. 59 after dispatchers received a call that a subject was parked a the front doors of the store since about 4 a.m. When the deputies arrive, they identified the driver as Cameron Scott Moseley, 23, of Livingston. Moseley was apparently tire and stopped at the store for a nap. While speaking with the deputies, they saw narcotics and paraphernalia in Moseley's vehicle and he was placed under arrest. While completing an inventory of his vehicle, officers located a large quantity of synthetic marijuana. Narcotics detective Vance Berry was called out to investigate. Nearly eight pounds of synthetic marijuana was recovered from the vehicle along with a 12-gauge shotgun. The synthetic marijuana has a street value of around $17,000, according to a statement released by Lt. Andy Lowrie of the Polk County Sheriff's Office. Cameron Scott Moseley was charged with felony manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by a felon, which is another felony charge. Moseley was being held at the Polk County jail in lieu of two $10,000 bonds as of press time.