A dog poisoning investigation led to the arrest of a Northwest Florida man on drug charges.
In recent weeks, half-dozen dogs have turned up dead in Western Holmes County:
Reportedly, sheriff's deputies found packaged marijuana at Rodney Martin's Westville home.
Officials say the drug was inside a large, gray toolbox and was ready to be sold.
Thirty-six-year-old martin faces several charges including: possession with intent to distribute more than 20-grams of marijuana.
In addition, the Florida Game Commission is involved in the case.
Martin allegedly had a dead alligator and several other endangered species on his property.
Martin is facing felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with the game violations.
Additional arrests in the case are expected.
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