WATCH: Family Alleged to Have 54 lbs of Pot Near San Angelo Elementary School Have Trial Date
SAN ANGELO, TX -- A married couple and their son who were allegedly found in possession of 54 lbs of marijuana in a house across the street from Lamar Elementary School in San Angelo now have a trial date.
ZZYZX Anglin Sr., Shelda Anglin and ZZYZX Anglin Jr. appeared before District Judge Ben Woodward Monday for a pretrial hearing.
According to court documents, Judge Woodward set a jury trial date for June 17 with pretrial hearings on May 7 and June 4.
Mrs. Anglin, 43, is represented by attorney Daniel Mehler. ZZYZX Anglin Sr., 40, is represented by Donald Flanary, III. Anglin Jr., 19, is represented by Theodore Hargrove, III.
Each is charged with second degree felony possession of between 50 lbs and 2,000 lbs of marijuana which is punishable by two to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
As we reported earlier, San Angelo Police executed a search warrant in the 3400 block of School House Dr. across from Lamar Elementary on May 3 where investigators say they found 54 lbs of marijuana and $7,500 cash. Anglin Jr. was arrested first followed by his parents.
Hargrove was the only attorney present with the Anglins in court Monday. The jury trial could be postponed if witnesses are not available for the June trial date.
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