A 24-year-old Florida woman was recently arrested for allegedly possessing drugs. The Sebring woman was arrested after she was stopped for a moving violation on a recent Tuesday afternoon in April. When Florida residents are accused of similar drug possession charges, they rarely choose to fight the charges alone.
Two individuals who allegedly sold drug-laced gummy worms to high school students are now in custody, according to the Gulfport Police Department. The two were arrested after students from Boca Ciega High School who had eaten the gummy worms were taken to a local hospital. When Florida residents are accused of selling drugs, they do not have to fight these charges alone.
Two men who have been accused of selling drugs were arrested on a recent Wednesday afternoon in St. Johns County. The two St. Augustine men were arrested on drug possession charges at a residence where, police claim, the two had been selling drugs. That residence was raided by SWAT, authorities said.
A man who had formerly played in the NFL and Florida State University is now facing drug possession and gun charges. He was jailed recently on a bond of $15,000 for the drugs and a weapon that were discovered during a police traffic stop, according to police. Similarly, when Florida residents are faced with the prospect of defending themselves against drug possession charges, they may choose to consult a criminal defense attorney.