A Florida sheriff warned criminals that his deputies “will lock your butt up for being a drug dealer” after a “methed up” mother-daughter duo was arrested during a traffic stop.
“Well folks it’s time for this week’s episode of ‘Methed Up and Found Out’ as this past Saturday morning, Deputy David Guzman arrested Michell Cannon and her daughter Jazmine Cannon for being ‘Methed Up!!” Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey said in a Facebook post Monday.
The mother and daughter were busted Saturday morning when Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputy David Guzman pulled the pair over in Port St. John for an expired car tag, according to Ivey.
During the stop, Guzman and Deputy Darien Fedro saw “drug paraphernalia in plain view” in the car and conducted a more thorough search, according to Ivey.
The deputies found a lockbox containing “a clear sandwich bag with a large amount of a crystal-like substance,” as well as scales to ostensibly weigh the drugs and other “drug paraphernalia.”
“Deputies Guzman and Fedro both looked at each other and said, ‘Man, that’s methed up’ as the crystal-like substance field tested positive for methamphetamine and weighed approximately 17.6 grams.
Also located were several used syringes and one specific syringe that contained a yellowish liquid which later field tested positive for fentanyl,” Ivey wrote of Saturday’s arrests.