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Dispatch supervisor sentenced after pleading to drug charges

Teneal Poole (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Teneal Poole (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

A city dispatcher who pleaded guilty to two drug charges will spend six months community control after U.S. Drug Enforcement Agents said they found, "approximately a couple hundred pounds of marijuana" in her Silverton basement.

Teneal Poole, 36, has been with the city for about 10 years. She was most recently an emergency services dispatch supervisor.

She pleaded guilty to permitting drug abuse and possession of marijuana in June.

Poole will serve 12 months if she violates her parole. 

[Couple hundred pounds of pot found in dispatch supervisor's basement]

Court documents show Poole told investigators the marijuana belonged to her live-in boyfriend 40-year-old Damian Gray, but she was aware of it.

Gray also pleaded guilty to trafficking marijuana and possession of marijuana.

[600 pounds of marijuana seized; 6 arrested]

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