Assistant Calhoun High School football coach Paul Goodrich, Jr., 48, who had been issued felony charges related to manufacturing marijuana with intent to deliver, will appear in Calhoun Magistrate Court Friday, reportedly pleading guilty to lesser misdemeanor charges.

The Hur Herald regrettably quoted a source indicating police found 15 pounds of marijuana, which was not accurate, and was corrected on a story appearing on February 22.

Original information regarding the charges against Goodrich and his son issued by Central Regional Jail was jumbled, including listing the arresting county as Braxton.

The criminal complaint says State Police discovered four trash bags containing marijuana at two locations, one location being his residence, the complaint confusingly says "more than 15 (5) grams of marijuana" was found, resulting in the felony charge.

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