LOCK HAVEN - A retired professor who taught at Lock Haven University for nearly 40 years has been arrested after law enforcement officials searched his property and seized more than 130 marijuana plants, guns, cash and more.
In addition to the plants, police said they found a "significant amount" of the harvested illegal drug.
Clinton County District Attorney Mike Salisbury announced that Lawrence B. Lebin, 73, of 169 Gwynned Wynd Road, off of Route 120 north of Lock Haven, was taken into custody Friday after a search warrant was executed at his residence.
Lebin was arrested after police acted on a tip and took a helicopter surveillance ride over the property, then allegedly spotted what appeared to be marijuana plants growing on the parcel.
Lebin was released on bail after being charged with several felony counts, including manufacture of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.