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Summit County sheriff’s deputy charged with marijuana abuse in Youngstown

Beacon Journal staff report

YOUNGSTOWN: A Summit County sheriff’s deputy faces charges of marijuana abuse and failing to display a front license plate, the Youngstown Vindicator reported.

The newspaper said Darrell Joy, 41, was stopped by city police while driving Saturday night at Market Street and Dewey Avenue. Police confiscated two small plastic bags of marijuana, a loaded .45-caliber firearm and his deputy identification and badge.

Joy had been off work for more than a year due to an injury, the newspaper said.

He was scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. Monday in municipal court.


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