DRUG DEALERS PUT DOORMAT THAT SAYS, COME BACK WITH A WARRANT, POLICE OBLIGE
So Florida continues to be the funniest news generator anywhere. Seriously. This time, it comes from Flagler County. The Sheriff’s Office there received some very helpful advice from a local house. Sure, police get tips all the time. They help quite a lot. But the perps don’t usually nudge cops into their own arrests. And yes, that’s what this story was about. So I’ll go out on a limb here with some advice. If you’re a criminal, don’t put a doormat at your front door that says, ‘Come back with a warrant.” Duh. And yes, police saw that doormat and made sure to oblige the perps.
DOORMAT LEADS TO THE MOST OBVIOUS DRUG BUST, MAYBE EVER
So yes, this is a story about a drug bust, of course. Well, and a doormat. The home in question was involved in a drug investigation in Florida’s Palm Coast. Police saw that come back with a warrant doormat and wend od did just that. And, of course, when they returned with a warrant they found drugs and drug paraphernalia. This happened just last week! Specifically, police found the drug fentanyl. Fentanyl is especially big right now. Why? Because the coronavirus lockdown has cut down on the supply of illegal drugs. So the street price of drugs is jacking up. Fentanyl is available, and costs less right now than heroin.
CHEEKY WARRANT AND DOORMAT OPENED THE DOOR TO FENTANYL BUST
Police originally found the house because of some helpful tips. When police arrived with a warrant, they found 4 people inside, as well as one child. Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said, “This poison peddler had a doormat that said, ‘Come back with a warrant,’ so we did!” Sigh. Stupid is as stupid always does. No arrests were made at the time. But police contacted the Florida Department of Children and Families in relation to a child in a home filled with drugs, syringes and other paraphernalia. Get a warrant, indeed.