GREENFIELD, Pa. - A Greenfield man and his girlfriend were arrested Monday after a call for help turned into a drug bust.
Police said Joshua Clary called his mother when he thought someone was breaking into his Greenfield home Monday afternoon. Clary then called police.
When officers arrived, they said they found about $10,000 worth of marijuana and other paraphernalia inside the home.
Authorities said Clary’s girlfriend, Elizabeth Benson, was arrested when she drove up to the house and police found more drugs in her car.
Clary and Benson are facing numerous drug charges.
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