Drugs Busted in Central Florida Home; Couple Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges

Miami, FL: Authorities in Florida made a successful drug bust in Central Florida Home after they confiscated drugs capable of killing 21,000 people.

Deputies detained a man and a woman in Central Florida after the authorities executed a search warrant at a home.

The Flagler Sheriff’s Office said the Flagler Sheriff’s Office arrested Palm Coast residents Charles Brockhaus, 52, and Stephanie Raimundo, 47, for trafficking fentanyl and methamphetamine and possession of cocaine with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver.

Officials said a two-month investigation into drug distribution at their home at 77-A Plainview Drive resulted in a search warrant on Jan. 3.

Raimundo reportedly flushed a lot of illegal drugs down the toilet when the couple observed law enforcement at their home. The attempt failed. Deputies found fentanyl and other illegal drugs and paraphernalia at the home.

The authorities confiscated:

  • 41.93 grams of fentanyl.
  • 9.08 grams of hydrocodone.
  • 50.12 grams of methamphetamine.
  • 2.51 grams of oxycodone.
  • 0.13 grams of alprazolam.
  • 1.92 grams of cocaine.
  • 12.84 grams of marijuana.
  • seven buprenorphine film strips.

The police also confiscated $4,995 in cash and drug paraphernalia from the house. Brockhaus and Raimundo face almost 25 years in prison.

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