A Pine Bluff man being sought on an active arrest warrant on drug related charges will face new charges after officers found marijuana and cocaine at his house when they went to arrest him Thursday morning.

A Pine Bluff man being sought on an active arrest warrant on drug related charges will face new charges after officers found marijuana and cocaine at his house when they went to arrest him Thursday morning.

Maurice Cosen, 36, was one of 34 people implicated in an almost three-year drug related investigation by federal and local authorities, and had been charged in state court with possession of crack cocaine Wednesday.

During a court hearing Friday morning, Deputy Prosecutor Bryan Achorn said officers from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, Pine Bluff Police Vice and Narcotics Officers, and investigators from the Tri-County Drug Task Force went to 817 W. 19th Ave., at 6:20 a.m. Thursday to serve the warrant.

After locating Cosen, task force Investigator John Hughes reported that officers searched the house and found 134 bags of a green vegetable substance that field tested positive for marijuana. The items were reportedly found in a black plastic bag that was inside a vacuum cleaner under a car in the back yard of the house. The total weight of the marijuana was listed at 10 ounces.

Hughes reported that officers also found one gram of an off-white, rock-like substance that field tested positive for crack cocaine.

In addition to the charges filed Wednesday against Cosen, Achorn said Cosen was charged with four counts of aggravated assault, two counts of terroristic act and with being a felon in possession of a firearm in 2011.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $25,000 cash only bond for Cosen after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with possession of crack cocaine with purpose to deliver, possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Cosen told the judge he would hire his own attorney.