MH Couple Pleads Not Guilty to Drugs at Mandatory Visit

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by Shannon Cay

 

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. – A couple from Baxter County are pleading not guilty in court this week to five separate possession charges, stemming from a mandatory home visit.

According to the arrest report, an investigator with the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office went to the home of 44-year-old Jonathon Harig from rural Mountain for a mandatory home visit earlier this month.

Court record show he was on probation after being convicted for drug possession in September.

The investigators at the scene says Harig and his wife 35-year-old Misty Harig were both found in possession of 52 grams of methamphetamines, 13 grams of marijuana, pills, and what police believe is acid. Both were arrested that night.

The Harig husband and wife made 20-thousand dollar bonds this week and are scheduled back in court on August 4th.

 

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