Prosecutors have decided to drop the drug charges that were brought against a South Florida man named Edward Cocaine. The man was arrested and being held in jail following a routine traffic stop, which resulted in the search of his motor vehicle. Police claim that they discovered Xanax medication that was not in a properly labeled container, which was ultimately the reason for his drug possession charge arrest.
The former National Football League player Reche Caldwell is facing charges after he was arrested for the intention of selling drugs. This is not the first time that Caldwell has faced legal issues. At the time of his arrest, he was supposedly found with over 4 pounds of ecstasy. Law enforcement believed that he was intending on selling drugs, but it is often difficult to prove the intent of a defendant.
A man from South Florida has been arrested and charged with drug sales after authorities allegedly found selfie photos of him conducting drug deals on Facebook. Police say that the 21-year-old man from Port St. Lucie was using his social media page to boast about his drug deals. In one photo, he is even alleged to have been conducting drug sales, while standing next to sheriff's deputies.
Police have taken two individuals from Florida into custody and accused them of dealing drugs. The drug sales arrests were made in Union County on a recent Wednesday afternoon. The two men, ages 34 and 57, were charged with drug possession, using electronic devices for drug sales and transactions, and intended delivery of drugs. They were also charged with possessing a spring assisted weapon.