Florida troopers find narcotics in bag labeled ‘Bag Full of Drugs’

Elias Hubbard
February 6, 2020

Sheriff's deputies in one Florida county couldn't help themselves and poked a little fun at two guys they arrested in Santa Rosa County over the weekend who turned out to be carrying an assortment of narcotics that earned them charges of drug trafficking.

"Note to self- do not traffic your illegal narcotics in bags labeled 'Bag Full Of Drugs, '" the sheriff's office said.

Florida Highway Patrol troopers "bagged" two alleged drug traffickers during a traffic stop after they discovered a tote emblazoned with the text "Bag Full of Drugs", which, incredibly, contained drugs.

The Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office reports that their K-9s also assisted the troopers in the arrests.

“Note to self do not traffic your illegal narcotics in bags labeled'Bag Full Of Drugs'” the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office said
“Note to self do not traffic your illegal narcotics in bags labeled'Bag Full Of Drugs'” the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office said

Troopers say inside they found methamphetamine, GHB, cocaine, MDMA and fentanyl.

Both men were taken into custody and taken to jail.

They are charged with trafficking in methamphetamine and GHB, three counts of possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. 'Our K-9´s can read'.

Authorities pulled over driver Ian Christian Simmons and passenger Joshua Michael Reinhardt, both 34 and from Orlando, around 5:30 p.m. Saturday for cruising up to 95 miles per hour in their Kia, according to a Highway Patrol news release obtained by The Pensacola News-Journal.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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