(WTRF) – An Ohio man was arrested after his son allegedly took his backpack containing drugs to school.

A child who goes to Hills Elementary School in Jefferson County was sent to the principal’s office after teachers in the school smelled marijuana coming from the child’s backpack.

The school then called the police to investigate. At this time, the father, Corey Rice, called the school to retrieve the backpack from the child, prosecutors say.

Officials say Rice did not come to the school. Officials put out a search for Rice.

U.S Marshals later found Rice in Nashville.

Officials say the backpack contained crack cocaine, a first-degree felony, and heroin, a second-degree felon. Opioids were also found on Rice’s person.

Rice was extradited to the Jefferson County Jail on a $500,000 bond.