FLAGLER BEACH, Fla. – A Florida sheriff had a little fun trolling would-be drug buyers after arresting a suspected cocaine dealer.
Authorities took 36-year-old Jamie Bullock to jail. But what they left in the yard is spreading like wildfire on social media.
‘This drug house closed for business. By: Sheriff Rick Staly’ the sign reads.
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The sign appeared in the lawn after Flagler County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Bullock concerning her role in the alleged narcotics dealings from the property.
According to reports, Bullock allegedly sold cocaine numerous times from the Flagler Beach property. She was arrested in December of 2018 and was charged with multiple narcotics offenses including possession of cocaine with intent to sell.
Authorities said that she posted bond for those charges and then allegedly took back up in selling narcotics from the home, authorities said.
The FCSO and FBPD began receiving more complaints from neighbors in the Flagler Beach community about the illegal activity.
Local deputies raided her home in a search warrant on Friday and found narcotics in her possession. She now faces additional drug charges.
Those new charges include possession of cannabis over 20 grams, possession of a schedule III controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bullock was reportedly arrested and booked at the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility.
Bullock is not eligible for bond this time around because she was already out on a previous bond from December.
“She had a chance to clean up her act but she went right back to selling poison,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Great work by our detectives and the Flagler Beach Police Department for staying on top of this drug house and shutting it down. Thank you to the community members who saw this occurring and reported it.”