CINCINNATI, OH (KTRK) --A 911 dispatcher is behind bars after a truckload of packaged marijuana led authorities to her home.
Authorities in Cincinnati say a truckload of pot was transported by a semi-truck to a mall parking lot. The 600 pounds of marijuana was found hidden behind makeshift walls inside the trailer.
"Naturally it's hard to store the bales and hide it in just of the back of the truck," Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones told WKRC. "But, the way they come across the border is that they hide it uniquely in the walls of the truck."
Cincinnati Police Dispatch Supervisor Teneal Poole and her boyfriend, Damian Gray, were arrested.
"(Poole's) powers have been suspended. She won't be behind a microphone and I doubt very seriously she'll be behind a desk again dispatching police officers," Cincinnati Police Captain Maurice Robinson said.
In addition to the marijuana, authorities also seized cash, guns and vehicles.