GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. — John Inman, 45, walked out of the Clay County jail exhausted but determined.

In a soft spoken voice, he explained why he was arrested on marijuana charges and why he believes it was a wrongful arrest.

“I was doing what my doctors told me to do, smoke marijuana,” he said.

The Clay County Sheriff’s arrest report shows he had bags of marijuana, vials of oil, bongs and more. Both Inman and his daughter, Shae, are Medical Marijuana card holders.


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