BROADWAY, Va. -- Friday night, Jonas Diener was out on bond after being arrested earlier on in the week for possession of marijuana.
It isn't the first time he has been caught with marijuana. In 2010, he was caught with nearly a half pound of the drug while on the job at Rosetta Stone.
Diener's home is now the center of an investigation. Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson says it began after the sheriff's office received a tip from an anonymous person about illegal activity.
A search warrant WHSV obtained points out that a source with the Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative determined that Diener was using eight times the normal amount of electricity for his home.
"Upon conducting the search, we did find marijuana at the residence and those were the charges that we placed against that individual," said Hutcheson.
He says that lead to another discovery.
"We also found a very large volume of computer type of equipment, a computer operation. Again it was not consistent with what you would find in a residence," said Hutcheson.
That computer is now at a Drug Enforcement Agency crime lab.
"They are looking at that to determine exactly what it is, what it is all about. There's a number of things that it could possibly be," said Hutcheson.
Neighbors tell us they don't think Diener is a threat to the community.
Diener was not available for comment Friday when we attempted to interview him. His next court appearance is December 3.
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