We first told you about a Frenship High School teacher arrested last week for possession of drugs. Monday, police raided his other home and found even more evidence.
Last Thursday police served a warrant on the home of 29-year-old Ryan Glenn. He was a Social Studies teacher at Frenship High School and also coached at the middle school. During last week's search, police found heroine, marijuana and pills believed to be Ecstasy.
Monday morning, Narcotics officials served another warrant at Glenn's other home in the 26 hundred block of 26th Street. There they found 50 marijuana plants and growing supplies.
Capt. Greg Stevens, Lubbock Police:
"The ventilation system was such to cut down on the odor, things of that nature. There were lights to provide for the grow...things like that."
Ross Bennett, Neighbor:
"Oh it's a complete shock. I've known the guy, he's probably been over there working on the house for five or six months and he's completely reworked the outside, just finished pouring a new driveway and sidewalk...really making the place look nice. it's just amazing that he had that kind of operation."
Glenn has since resigned from his position with the Frenship school district. Stevens says he is still in jail from Thursday's arrest.