A south Georgia bank director accused of losing 40- million-dollars of investor money before vanishing in 20-12 says he's broke and has been working as a migrant worker. Now we're hearing Aubrey Lee Price may have lived in Marion County and operated a marijuana grow house. Drug officers from Marion County plan to go to Georgia to talk with price in jail about a pot growing operation and I-Ds they found with his picture on them in a home he may have been renting. A bond hearing is set for 9 A-M Monday in Savannah. The U-S attorney's office wants Price to be held without bond. 3 Today - the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office will get in touch with a Westside woman - who says a burglar left a cigarette butt in her home. She says police didn't take the cigarette - and initially didn't seem interested in testing it. She lives near FSCJ's Kent Campus and is worried because the burglar stole a gun - along with electronics. Channel 4's Chris Parenteau joins us LIVE near police headquarters - with why JSO decided to reverse its decision. 3 3 The woman says the evidence is laid out on a platter...the cigarette butt would have saliva...which means DNA. If someone would test it...she thinks the case would be solved. 3 00-0550-551:13-1:1857:10 one of the bricks from our tree was taken and used to smash open the window.Brittany Myers walks us through her home... and shows us the back door where the burglar got in... 56:30 And then they're able to get in the window without breaking the second pane to unlock the door.She says the crook combed the home...taking computers, a camera and her boyfriend's gun.58:15 when I went to my bedroom on the first sight I noticed that the left sock drawer was open The alarm went off and her brother came back ...the thief... scurried away. But he forgot something...Myers and her boyfriend found what they thought to be a key piece of evidence.This cigarette butt. They believe the bad guy left it behind and they think they can help solve the case.She says two Jacksonville Sheriff's Officers came...they couldn't find any fingerprints but didn't take the cigarette when they left.04:30 He went to sitting in his car, he never came out to look at it or anything. He said that again it goes back to the same thing that he told me earlier. DNA would not be ran because the cost it was to them.DNA testing can be very expensive...but crime expert Ken Jefferson says the database includes all convicted felons...and it could be a sure way to crack the case.12:31 I think the officers should have used better judgment and collected the item that they could have possibly sent off to the lab just to see if there is any evidence.At least try. The victims and the taxpayers here in the city want a little bang for their buck when it comes down to law enforcement services. 3 In a statement late last night, a JSO spokeswoman said that the cigarette butt should have been taken from the scene, and they will be in touch with the victim to collect any evidence that exists.