FCSO Takes 12K In Narcotics From Bunnell Home

(Photo courtesy of Flagler county sheriff's Office)

Bunnell, FL - A search warrant executed at a home located at 502 E. Drain St. yesterday (May 14) turned up a trafficking amount of Synthetic Cathinones, commonly referred to as "Molly", a trafficking amount of Oxycodone pills, approximately two pounds of Cannabis, already pre-packaged for sale, and a loaded Glock handgun. What they didn't find were suspects.

The Flagler County Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit, with the assistance of FCSO tactical team members and the Bunnell Police Department, took part in the operation. The search warrant was issued after FCSO detectives determined that the occupants of the residence were trafficking the Synthetic Cathinones.

Detectives found other items, including a vacuum sealer machine and more than 30 used large vacuum seal bags containing cannabis residue. It's believed that each bag originally contained a large quantity of Cannabis.

“Get your drugs and get out of Flagler County because we’re coming for you next,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Our detectives did a great job investigating and executing this search warrant and getting this poison off our streets.”

The street value of the drugs seized is estimated to be about $12,000. At the time of the search, no one was found at the home but FCSO says additional Felony charges are pending.


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