ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va.--- A man in Rockingham county faces drug charges for the second time in three years.
Jonas Diener is currently out of jail on bond after being arrested on Wednesday for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute. In 2010, Diener faced similar charges after his former employer, Rosetta Stone, found 15 jars of marijuana at this desk.
In the most recent case, Rockingham County Sheriff's Office found a significant amount of marijuana at his home and seized a computer.
The computer is currently at a Drug Enforcement Administration lab being inspected for its contents. More charges may be filed, once the investigation is complete.
The Sheriff's Office received an anonymous tip about possible illegal activity at his home on Runions Creek road.
According to search warrants, Diener was using eight times the normal amount of electricity for the house. It also states, the amount of electricity is consistent with growing pot plants.
Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson said this case is unusual for the valley.
"They have those, I don't want to say routinely, but is not uncommon. Now the combination of that and the computers that were at this residence is what makes this definitely strange. It's a very unique situation," said Hutcheson.
Deputies also found other drugs in the home that are now being tested. Diener is due in court December 3.
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