A Mount Pleasant man has been charged with multiple felonies after a search found multiple marijuana plants in his home. On June 21, the Henry County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a disturbance and civil issue between a man and woman in the 2100-grid of Hickory Avenue, north of Mount Pleasant. Sheriff’s personnel arrived at the scene and investigated the situation. During the investigation, officers learned of a marijuana grow on the property. A search warrant was applied for and executed, which found several marijuana plants, marijuana in excess of one pound, and drug paraphernalia in the home. Authorities charged 52-year-old Peter Barton of Mount Pleasant with two counts of controlled substance violation, a class D felony, and eight counts of drug tax stamp violations, a class D felony. Barton’s court summons has been set for July 17 at 9 a.m.