Clay County Justice Center personnel confirmed to The Brazil Times late Sunday evening that John Johnson, 20, would remain incarcerated longer than he originally expected.
Sentenced to serve one day in jail for a previous unrelated petty theft conviction, officials said Johnson was acting strange when he arrived Sunday afternoon.
During a routine search of his clothing as part of the booking process, jailers discovered marijuana in one of Johnson's shoes.
Although he was booked into the facility to serve his sentence, Johnson was also preliminarily charged with two more charges, one for possession of marijuana under 30 grams and the other for trafficking with an inmate.
Facing a $10,000 cash bond with no 10 percent allowed, Johnson is awaiting a formal arraignment per the court schedule.