Florida authorities said two men who were caught with a stash of narcotics on Saturday had hidden the drugs in a bag labeled “Bag Full of Drugs.”
WPLG reported that troopers made the discovery after pulling over Ian Simmons and Joshua Reinhardt, both 34, on Interstate 10 for speeding. Florida Highway Patrol recovered 75 of methamphetamine, 1.36 kilograms of GHB (known as a date-rape drug), one gram of cocaine, 15 MDMA tablets, and 3.6 grams of fentanyl.
The stash of drugs was reportedly discovered in a bag aptly labeled “Bag Full of Drugs.” The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the search of the vehicle.
How do you protect your children from predators? Join Nancy Grace and a team of world-class experts for the online course ‘Justice Nation: Crime Stops Here’.
Santa Rosa K-9 Deputies recently assisted FHP on a traffic stop on I-10 where a large amount of narcotics were…
Posted by Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office FL on Monday, February 3, 2020
WPLG reported that at the time of Saturday’s incident, police learned that Reinhardt had a felony warrant for a probation violation in Orange County.
Reinhardt and Simmons were charged with trafficking methamphetamine and GHB, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
“Note to self- do not traffic your illegal narcotics in bags labeled ‘Bag Full Of Drugs’. Our K-9’s can read,” Santa Rosa County police wrote in a Facebook post on Monday.
For the latest true crime and justice news, subscribe to the ‘Crime Stories with Nancy Grace’ podcast. Listen to the latest episode:
Join Nancy Grace for her new online video series designed to help you protect what you love most – your children.
[Featured image: Florida Highway Patrol]