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February 18, 2010

UCF Student Arrested In Orlando For Trafficking In Ecstasy And Marijuana

A 21-year-old University of Central Florida student allegedly has admitted to trafficking in marijuana and Ecstasy following an arrest at his off-campus apartment. According to the Orlando Sentinel Darek Dziamalek told investigators he sells Ecstasy and that he was trafficking in illegal drugs following a search of his Pegasus Landing apartment.

Dziamalek apparently signed a consent form to allow police to search his apartment. Once inside police report seeing (“in plain view ”) drug paraphernalia and marijuana. They later discovered a bottle of Ecstasy with 66 tablets inside and a small bag filled with crushed Ecstasy. According to the story this is the first arrest for Dziamalek.…

February 17, 2010

New Port Richey Woman Allegedly Steals Nearly $25,000 From Grandmother To Support Drug Habit

Dawn M. Perry has been arrested on charges of fraudulent use of a credit card, forgery and uttering a forged instrument for allegedly stealing nearly $25,000 from her 81-year-old grandmother. According to TampaBay.com, Perry told deputies she used her grandmother’s credit cards and blank checks to support her addiction to Oxycodone and Roxicoddone prescription pills.

Perry lived with her grandmother and had access to her credit cards and checking account. She is accused of charging $22,205 on the elderly woman’s credit cards and also stealing $1,600 from her checking account to buy drugs. Perry was booked into the Pasco County jail and was being held on $46,150 bail.…

February 15, 2010

Pinellas County Law Enforcement Set To Arrest 40 People For Prescription Pill Trafficking

If you are trafficking in prescription drugs in St. Petersburg or anywhere in Pinellas County you better beware. Law enforcement officials have arrest warrants in hand for 40 Pinellas County residents and they are planning on executing those warrants today according to Bradenton.com. They are also obtaining arrest warrants for numerous people living outside of Pinellas County.

The Pinellas County Drug Task force was created to combat prescription drug fraud and today will bring to a culmination a 10-month investigation into prescription pill trafficking . Detectives say that 55,000 pills with a street value of $750,000 were obtained fraudulently. Among the illegal prescriptions were oxycodone and Xanax.…

January 26, 2010

Man Charged With Drug Trafficking Has Links To Pain Clinics In Tampa, St. Pete, Orlando, Lakeland and Jacksonville

A pair of men from Dunedin and Tampa have been charged with drug trafficking for supplying oxycodone to drug addicts through their pain management clinics. According to authorities as reported on TBO.com three other people have been charged and two have already pled guilty to drug distribution charges. The pair that has already pled guilty admitted to distributing morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone and alprazolam. The drugs were allegedly dealt out of pain center clinics in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Lakeland and Jacksonville.

On top of the charges for drug trafficking , Troy Wubbena of Tampa is being charged with cheating more than $200,000 from Medicare.…

January 26, 2010

Man Snatches Prescription Pills From Manatee Deputy And Then Gets Tasered And Arrested

Manatee County Sheriff’s deputies Tasered and arrested a man Tuesday morning for possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest. Thomas A. Towson allegedly snatched a pill bottle that was confiscated from him by a deputy and then took off. When the 26-year-old refused to stop, officer’s used a Taser to apprehend the man.

According to the report on Bradenton.com, Towson was seen outside of a closed business on Manatee Avenue. Deputies asked if they could conduct a pat-down search . Towson agreed and admitted to having the drugs in his pocket. The deputy then conducted a warrant check and that is when Towson grabbed the pills and took off.…

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