A man who got a 10-year sentence in 2014 for a home invasion robbery in Wichita falls but apparently served little if any of that time actually in prison, is now in the Clay County jail.
He was Henrietta after a traffic stop in which a trooper said he found a large amount of marijuana, THC wax and oils, and Xanax pills.
The trooper says 28-year-old Beau Arceneaux was southbound on U.S. 287 in Clay County and was stopped for driving in the left lane when not passing.
The trooper says he could detect a strong odor of fresh marijuana from the Lincoln Navigator with California plates, and after finding out Arceneaux had arrest warrants he searched the car.
Inside he said he found 26 pounds of marijuana, 140 grams of THC infused wax and oil, and 22 Xanax pills.
Arceneaux pleaded guilty in February 2014 to a robbery of three people in a home in the 29-hundred block of Featherston. The victims say he came in early one morning and pulled a gun and demanded their money.
Arceneaux also was arrested in Rockwall Texas in 2011 for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
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