2 Women In Palm Coast Arrested After Deputies Uncover 108 Grams Of Meth


Palm Coast, FL - Two women in Palm Coast are busted for possession of Meth during a traffic stop, and one of those women had over 108 grams of Meth in her purse, according to Flagler County Sheriff's Office. Deputies say they checked up on a suspicious Chevy Malibu that pulled into a driveway at a home on 19 Karas Trail in Palm Coast at around 3 a.m. yesterday. Two women, 41-year-old Tiffany Holland and 41-year-old Brandy Remmers were in the running car with the lights turned off, and they said they were waiting to meet someone named "John" who lived at the home. When FCSO contacted the resident of the home, she said she didn't know anyone named "John" and that she didn't even realize the Chevy was parked in the driveway. According to arrest reports, when deputies spoke with the two women, there was a pipe with a substance that appeared to be Meth in a clear plastic case on the passenger's side floorboard next to Remmers's feet. Deputies then searched the car. The search of the car uncovered multiple plastic bags with over 108 grams of what was later determined to be Meth in Holland's purse. FCSO also found several glass smoking pipes, weighing scales, heroin, several pills, and marijuana in the car. The marijuana was in a package with Holland's name on the label. Both women were arrested. Holland's charges include trafficking in Meth, possession of marijuana and heroin, possession of controlled substances and a legend drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Remmers is charged with possession of Meth and drug paraphernalia.


Mugshots of Holland (featured) and Remmers courtesy of Flagler County Jail.


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