The drug that Florida man hid in his pants suddenly fell and he was arrested
The incident took place in Florida’s Monroe County. Deputies stopped a vehicle during a traffic control. He was stopped by the deputies because his license plate was not illuminated enough. During the checks, two sandwiches fell from the man’s pocket. Amphetamine was hidden in the sandwiches.
The only purpose of the deputies in the incident, which took place at night, was to warn the driver who had a problem with his license plate and to fine him if necessary. However, something unexpected happened. Other deputies arrived in the area and were accompanied by a K-9. An extensive search was initiated when K-9 smelled drugs in the car.
The police began to carry out an extensive search. Meanwhile, 44-year-old Travis Holton dropped two sandwiches from his trouser pocket. Deputies initially thought these were regular sandwiches. However, when K-9 smelled it, they wanted to open it and examine it. There was something in the sandwiches and they asked Holton what it was.
Holton, who said he had no drugs from the start, said the sandwiches contained two ounces of molly. Deputies sent the sandwiches to the lab for testing. These turned out to be amphetamines weighing 58.5 grams. This meant that additional charges would be brought against the man.
Holton was accused of dealing in amphetamines. He was questioned by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. He was imprisoned for drug dealing while his car was stopped for not having enough lighting on his license plate. It is unknown whether Holton has a lawyer.
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